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In Conversation with the Author of The Painter’s Daughter – Emily Howes

April 18 @ 6:30 pm8:00 pm

“A fantastic debut… The Painter’s Daughters is a beautiful, heartbreaking, stunningly perceptive read about love and art, hope and expectation. And so gripping too – I devoured it!” — Caroline Lea, author of THE GLASS WOMAN

Join us for a book signing and an evening in conversation with the Author of The Painter’s Daughters, Emily Howes.

Come along for a glass of wine and a special evening at Gainsborough’s House. Copies of the book will be available for the author to sign.

Tickets £12

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Book bio

1759, Ipswich. Sisters Peggy and Molly Gainsborough are the best of friends and do everything together.

They spy on their father as he paints, they rankle their mother as she manages the books, they tear barefoot through the muddy fields that surround their home. But there is another reason they are inseparable: from a young age, Molly has had a tendency to forget who she is, to fall into mental confusion, and Peggy knows instinctively that no one must find out.

About Emily Howes

Emily Howes has worked as a storyteller, theatre maker, performer, writer and director in stage, television and radio. Her short stories have been shortlisted for the Bridport Prize, the Bath Short Story Award, the New Scottish Writing Award and she won the Mslexia Novel Award 2021. In addition to writing fiction, Emily has a Masters in Existential Psychotherapy and works as a psychotherapist in private practice. She lives in London with her children. The Painter’s Daughters is her first novel.

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