Thursday 17 December 2020 -
12:00 to 13:00

Sam Hepburn
Brit´Lit: it’s time to talk - An online season of British writing

In this new edition of “Brit 'Lit: It's Time to Talk”, our series of interviews with British authors published in Spain carried out in partnership with La Térmica de Málaga, we’ll be talking to writer Sam Hepburn about "If You Were Me", an action packed young teen crime thriller and a “suspenseful mystery that leads the reader down a twisty path of intrigue that will keep them guessing until the last tension filled pages!” (Good Reads).

Four members of the British Council School’s book club will be in charge of interviewing Sam Hepburn to learn more about her motivation behind the writing of the novel. We’ll also be joined by Sonia Antón, editor at MAEVAyoung, the novel’s Spanish publisher.

This is the final programme of our "Brit‘ Lit: It's Time to Talk" first season.

Since the beginning of September we’ve had the opportunity to talk to Ben Clark, David Nicholls, Adam Kucharski, Jessica Andrews, Anne Youngson, Tom Gauld, Giles Kristian, Simon Scarrow, Emily Barr and Elly Griffiths, thanks to the collaboration of the publishers Espasa de Poesía, Empúries, Umbriel, Capitán Swing, Seix Barral, Salamandra Graphic, Edhasa / Castalia Ediciones and Ediciones Maeva.

These interviews are available to watch on British Council Spain’s Facebook page.

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