By day Henry Sutton (pictured above) is a creative writing professor at the UEA; by night he is Harry Brett, crime writer with an acclaimed trilogy of thrillers set in Yarmouth. He will be in conversation with Peggy Hughes, programme director at Norwich’s National Centre for Writing (home of the Noirwich crime writing festival). The Centre also has Yarmouth connections.
There will be tips for aspiring writers from both participants. And weather permitting, a fictionally seedy corner of the town will be explored.