Irenosen Okojie's unique and highly imaginative critically acclaimed debut novel, Butterfly Fish deftly charts a dark, multigenerational tale of loss, legacy and inheritance.
Selected by Booker Prize winning author Ben Okri as a dynamic talent to watch, Butterfly Fish traverses modern London, the ancient kingdom of Benin and 1950's Nigeria.
Her second book, Speak Gigantular, a collection of surreal and unusual short stories was shortlisted for the Jhalak Prize. Join the award-winning author to discuss reimagining lost kingdoms, cultural loss, diversity and taking risks in fiction.
Date: Sunday 7 May
Venue: Jill Craigie Cinema, Plymouth University
Ticket information: £6/£4.20. Discounts available to Plymouth University students through SPiA.