Paris Pages with Shelley Day - Wednesday 6th December - Ticket-Only Option

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Wednesday 6th December at 6.30pm.

We are delighted that local author Shelley Day will join us at St Vincent's Chapel to launch her new novel, Paris Pages. Shelley will be in conversation with award-winning author Angela Jackson. 

We will follow up on your purchase with an email with more details on the event, which will be held at St Vincent's Chapel, St Vincent Street, EH3 6SW. If you don't receive an email, please check your spam folder. The cost of your ticket can be used towards a copy of Paris Pages at the event.

About Paris Pages

A short novel in one hundred fragments. Three characters, one city, and the power of art will change them all. Clara’s done with psychotherapy and wants to be a biographer. Sadie’s a photographer whose work with traumatised migrants has taken its toll. Now she has ethical dilemmas about the value of art and is suffering creative block. Their lives intertwine with the enigmatic presence of László who personifies the very essence of creativity. In 100 fragments the lyrical prose charts the shifting balances within and between the characters. Will Clara finally give in to her own limitations? Will Sadie rediscover her creativity? No-one can undo the past, but how often will they repeat the same mistakes?  And László? He alone seems to understand the complexities of human connection, and the indelible ways creativity shapes and transforms us.      

 Clara, Sadie, László, Paris: When a lost psychotherapist meets a traumatised artist, who rescues whom?   

About Shelley Day

Shelley Day is a British writer based in Paris and EdinburghHer debut novel The Confession of Stella Moon won the Andrea Badenoch Prize. Her debut short story collection What are you like won the Edge Hill Prize, awarded for the finest short story collection published in English. Shelley worked as a lawyer and later as a lecturer and research professor in London before settling down to write fiction. PARIS PAGES is her second novel.