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SSE Literary Agenda – Library Sessions

Jamaica Kincaid live from Internationell Författarscen

As a part of the author talks series "Internationell Författarscen", Jamaica Kincaid comes to Stockholm to talk with the Swedish journalist Valerie Kyeyune Backström. The event is sold out, but SSE Literary Agenda - Library Sessions will give you the chance to attend through a livestream. 

Start Time: October 1st, 18.30

Location: Room 750

Drinks and snacks will be served before the talk starts at 18:50.

The space is limited so places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Would you like to attend? Please fill out the form.


About the Author

Jamaica Kincaid was born 1949 as Elaine Potter Richardson. She grew up on the Carribean island Antigua – a society deeply influenced by British rule. The experience had a great impact on her and she often writes about it in her books.

When she was 16 she was sent to New York City to work as an au pair. She started to take evening classes at a community college, and after a few years she was writing for The New Yorker. When her first works were published, she changed her name to Jamaica Kincaid.

Her novel The Autobiography of My Mother is a part of SSE Literary Agenda 2019/2020.

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