Join the wonderful folks at Asymptote for an evening of literary discussion and a chance to meet other lovers of literary translation! Asymptote team member Marina Sofia will be offering a free tour of the Senate House Library and their current exhibition, “Rights For Women”, at 6pm (those interested should meet in the Ground Floor Main Reception at the Senate House, Marina will be holding a copy of "Like A Sword Wound" so you can find her!).
We will then meet at the Waterstones Tottenham Court Road cafe to discuss our September and October Book Club titles, Moving Parts and Like a Sword Wound, from 6:30-8pm. This is an informal event (that will also be attended by other Asymptote staff in London), and we encourage you to bring a friend, and to come to all or part of the meeting whether or not you have finished the book(s)!
Please RSVP via this event, and email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.
Not a book club member? To find out more about the Asymptote Book Club, go to http://asymptotejournal.com/book-club