Please Note- Tickets may be available at the May Fest venue box office at the University of Aberdeen (King College Conference centre ). These will subject to availability and on a cash only basis for paid events.
Helen Lynch teaches at the University of Aberdeen and is Co-Director of the WORD Centre for Creative Writing. She also plays in all-female North-East ceilidh band, Danse McCabre. ‘The Elephant and the Polish Question', an interlinked sequence of stories set against the backdrop of the collapse of communism in Eastern Europe, was published in 2009. Join her to celebrate the launch of ‘Tea for the Rent Boy’, her second collection, which continues to explore the impact of time and place on the psyches of individuals, from seventeenth-century North America to the First World War, with a cast that includes Polish office-cleaners, Scottish farm workers, Yorkshire agoraphobics, French nuns and Brazilian nannies.
|Linklater Rooms, University of Aberdeen|