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20 Apr 2019

In conversation with author Kate Mosse

On saturday 20 april (12:00) Cobra Museum director Stefan van Raay will go into conversation with world famous author Kate Mosse. 

This ‘in conversation’ will be in English

Kate Mosse  is currently doing research, in Amsterdam a.o., on the history of the Hugenots, on of the most extraordinary refugee stories in history. Mosse’s intrest in the Hugenots and her effort for women’s creativity – she’s Founder Director of the Women’s Prize for Fiction – the largest annual celebration of women’s writing in the world- makes her a perfect guest within the 2019 exhibition programm of the Cobra Museum.

You can join this conversation for free! There’s is no need for reservation but there is a limited amount of seated places. To join the ‘in converstaion’ you have to buy a museumticket, which is for free with a Museumcard a.o. You can also join us for an easterbrunch. This you have to reserve in advance here. The costs are €15 p.p.

 

More information on the author:

Kate Mosse is the author of eight novels & short story collections, including the No 1 multimillion selling Languedoc Trilogy – Labyrinth, Sepulchre and Citadel – and No 1 bestselling Gothic fiction including The Winter Ghosts and The Taxidermist’s Daughter, which she is currently adapting for the stage. Her books have been translated into 37 languages and published in more than 40 countries. She has also written three works of non-fiction, four plays, contributed essays and introductions to classic novels and collections.

A champion of women’s creativity, Kate is the Founder Director of the Women’s Prize for Fiction – the largest annual celebration of women’s writing in the world – and sits on the Executive Committee of Women of the World. She was awarded an OBE in 2013 for services to literature and women and was named Woman of the Year for her service to the arts in the Everywoman Awards. She is a regular guest on book & arts shows on radio and television.

Mosse is currently doing research in Amsterdam on the history of  the Hugenots, on of the most extraordinary refugee stories in history. Mosse’s intrest in the Hugenots and her effort for women’s creativity  makes her a perfect guest within the 2019 exhibition programm of the Cobra Museum.

On saturday 20 april (12:00) Cobra Museum director Stefan van Raay will go into conversation with author Kate Mosse.

 

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