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May Festival: Kirstin Innes

Kirstin Innes

Festival Marquee, King's Lawn, University of Aberdeen

Tickets are available at the Festival Box Office, which is located in King’s College Conference Centre at the University of Aberdeen (Some performances could be limited) Opening Hours 9.30am – 8pm

Saturday 28th May 4.00pm to 5.00pm

Kirstin Innes is a writer and journalist who first studied creative writing with Alan Spence at the University of Aberdeen. Her debut novel, Fishnet, is about ‘sex work, sisterhood and everyday economics, moving, gripping and unforgettable’ (The Independent). The novel takes ‘a clear-eyed, meticulously researched, controversial look at the sex industry and the lives of sex workers, questioning our perception of contemporary femininity,’ and won The Guardian Not-the-Booker Prize in 2015.

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