Nadene Ghouri becomes first writer-in-residence at Gladstone's Library

Nadene Ghouri has become the first ever writer-in-residence at Gladstone’s Library, joined by Stella Duffy Naomi Alderman and Ian Parks. She will blog about her stay, run a creative writing workshop and host an ‘Evening With’ event.

The successful writers were chosen by Katy Guest, Literary Editor of the Independent on Sunday, Sathnam Sanghera, Times columnist and author of If You Don’t Know Me By Now, celebrated novelist and memoirist Rupert Thomson and Charlie Gladstone, great great grandson of William E. Gladstone.

The winners will be officially announced at the National Liberal Club at 6.00pm on Tuesday, 1st November.