In her book My Fourth Time, We Drowned: Seeking Refuge on the World's Deadliest Migration Route, the Irish journalist and writer Sally Hayden told the story of migrants today, and the routes they take from North Africa to Europe, in forensic perspective and gripping, eye-opening human detail.
How do we write about refugees and asylum-seekers without sentimentalising or misrepresenting their plight, while also doing justice to the politics of migration?
Sally Hayden is the author of My Fourth Time, We Drowned. Sally will be joined by Ann Morgan, author of the novel Crossing Over. Ann Morgan lives in Folkestone.
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