Hisham Matar is on the BBC World Book Club on Wednesday 24 August 2011, and will be talking about his international bestseller ‘In The Country of Men’. We need questions to be emailed from outside Britain and if you’re in the UK we need guests to be part of the audience in London at 16:45 at Bush House.
If you would like to come along and put a question to Hisham Matar about In The Country of Men or to send in your question for him please drop a comment here and I’ll let you know the details.
Shortlisted for the 2006 Booker Prize, ‘In the Country of Men’ is Hisham Matar’s stunning debut novel. Set in the bewildering world of Tripoli, it is the emotional tale of a young boy growing up; where fears, secrets and betrayal threaten the ties of family and friendship.
Next month, Howard Jacobson is on the BBC World Book Club on Friday 23 September 2011, and will be talking about his Booker Prize-winning novel The Finkler Question. BBC World book club need questions to be emailed from outside Britain and if you’re around London and interested to come into BBC studio and be a part of the audience in London at 19:30 at the Soho Theatre.
The BBC World Book Club is a unique radio programme that brings readers from around the world together with their favourite writers. If you want to be a studio audience or send in your questions, please drop a comment and let me know and I’ll send you the details.