Event 15 | Natasha Brown | Assembly


Natasha Brown – Assembly

In our new writer slot at BridLit, Natasha Brown’s novel Assembly, follows a black British woman as she prepares to attend a lavish garden party at her boyfriend’s family estate, set deep in the English countryside.  At the same time, she is considering the carefully assembled pieces of herself. Assembly is about the stories we live within – those of race and class, safety and freedom, winners and losers. It is about one woman daring to take control of her own story, even at the cost of her life.

This can be purchased as an exciting double event with Max Porter, event 14.

Tickets: £12 /£20 for events 14 and 15 combined

In conversation with Max Porter

When: Tuesday 9th November 2021 @ 6.00 pm
Where: The Bull Ballroom


Natasha Brown has worked in the financial services for the last ten years and studied Maths at Cambridge University. She developed Assembly after receiving a 2019 London Writers Award in the literary fiction category and lives in London. She has won much praise for this, her first novel. 

‘Natasha Brown’s exquisite prose, daring structure and understated elegance are utterly captivating. She is a stunning new writer.’ BERNARDINE EVARISTO

Max Porter is the author of Lanny, longlisted for the Booker Prize, and Grief Is the Thing with Feathers, winner of the International Dylan Thomas Prize.

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