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Frieze London

Regent’s Park

4–7 October 2018

Frieze Talks: ‘Auto/Biography’

Andrew Durbin, Diana Hamilton & Olivia Laing

7 Oct 2018
12:30pm
Auditorium
Frieze London
NW1 4LL London

Author of MacArthur Park (2017), Andrew Durbin leads a discussion on how autobiography can inform and infest modes and genres traditionally held apart from ‘life writing’ with Momtaza Mehri Young People’s Laureate for London – New York-based poet Diana Hamilton and Olivia Laing, author of Crudo (2018) and The Lonely City (2016).

Diana Hamilton (Poet; New York)

Olivia Laing (Writer: London)

Momtaza Mehri (Poet; London)

Chair: Andrew Durbin (Writer, poet & Senior Editor frieze; New York)

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