|When||Thursday, 11th Oct , 7.45pm|
|Duration||1 hour (approx)|
|Price||£4, including light refreshments|
A discussion between three authors from the region - Keighley, Bradford and Leeds - on how location influences their work and shapes their characters' identities and actions.
Born in Keighley Ross Raisin's first novel God's Own Country revelled in the Yorkshire dialect of the moors above Haworth and his latest Waterline, tracks the decline into homelessness of a Glaswegian shipbuilder.
MY Alam's latest novel Red Laal is at once a page-turning thriller and homage to his home city of Bradford. Wes Brown's debut novel Shark, set in working class Leeds, won plaudits for its style and use of Northern vernacular.