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Richmond Book Club
26 April @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm£5.00
Join us in our cozy bookshop to discuss the beautiful nature memoir The Salt Path by Raynor Winn!
This uplifting memoir, about a couple who embark on a long coastal walk after becoming homeless, was shortlisted for the 2018 Costa biography award. -The Guardian
All welcome to this informal reading and discussion group.
26th April at 7pm.
You are kindly asked to purchase the book from our bookshop, with a 20% discount.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for your discounted books.
The bookclub facilitators are writer and publisher Cheryl Robson and bookseller Bushra Mustafa-Dunne.
Cheryl Robson is best-known for her successful campaign to erect the new bronze statue of Virginia Woolf in Richmond. She is the publisher at award-winning indie publisher, Aurora Metro & Supernova Books and has published over 300 writers, with work translated from over 20 languages (www.aurorametro.com). She is also an award-winning writer and filmmaker and the owner of a new bookshop offering diverse, contemporary fiction in Richmond. (www.cherylrobson.net). She was a finalist in 2022 for the itv National Diversity Entrepeneur award.
Bushra Mustafa-Dunne is an experienced bookseller at Books on the Rise in Richmond, and an emerging writer. Some of her favourite writers are Sheila Heti, Clarice Lispector, Haifa Zangana, and Amitav Ghosh. Her writing has been published in A Kaleidoscope of Stories: Muslim Voices in Contemporary Poetry, and Alchemiya Journal, and is primarily concerned with diaspora, spirituality, ecology, and their intersections. You can find her work on substack (bushradunne.substack.com).