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Podcast: short stories with Sebastian Faulks

Published 24 March 2015

Award-winning and best-selling novelist Sebastian Faulks CBE reads a short story selected in response to our ‘Rubens and His Legacy’ exhibition.

  • The RA and Pin Drop welcomed the award-winning and best-selling novelist Sebastian Faulks CBE for an exciting literary evening. Faulks, whose books have been adapted for film, TV and stage, read a short story in response to the art and themes presented in the RA’s landmark exhibition Rubens and His Legacy: Van Dyck to Cézanne.

    Faulks, who is best known for his critically-acclaimed novels Birdsong (1993), Charlotte Gray (1999) and Human Traces (2005), concluded the evening with a Q&A.


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