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It Must Be Love

It Must Be Love

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Romance fiction has emerged as one of the most popular and diverse genres in literature. From romcoms and steamy encounters to time travel and tales of love and redemption, romance writing gets to the heart of what it is to be human. Join authors Musih Tedji Xaviere, Elaine Chiew and Talia Hibbert as they dissect the genre and share why they put love at the centre of their stories. 

Tuesday 18 June | 7-9pm
Online event

Musih Tedji Xaviere is a UK-based writer, activist and storyteller with The Moth. Born in Cameroon, she is an alumna of the Goethe-Institut, the Moth, and the African Women Development Fund writing programs. Her debut novel, These Letters End in Tears, won the 2021 Pontas and JJ Bola Emerging Writers Prize, and her short story, Clever Girl, has appeared in Odd Magazine.

Elaine Chiew is the author of The Light Between Us, The Heartsick Diaspora and the editor/compiler of Cooked Up: Food Fiction From Around The World. A two-time winner of the Bridport Prize, her stories have been anthologised in the UK, US and Asia, and broadcast on BBC Radio 4. Originally from Malaysia, she had a former career as a US-trained corporate lawyer. The Light Between Us, her debut novel, is a time-travel epistolary romance set in Singapore.

Talia Hibbert is an award-winning British author. She writes spicy, diverse romance because she believes that people of marginalised identities need honest and positive representation. Since self-publishing her first spicy, diverse romance in 2017 at 21 years of age, Talia has written more than fifteen books and is now a hybrid author. Two of her series, Ravenswood and The Brown Sisters, have been optioned for TV and film. She lives in the Midlands.

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