Alex Christofi is Editorial Director at Transworld Publishers and the author of the novels Let Us Be True and Glass, winner of the Betty Trask Prize for fiction. He has written for numerous publications including the Guardian, the London Magazine, The White Review and the Brixton Review of Books, and contributed an essay to the anthology What Doesn't Kill You: Fifteen Stories of Survival.
His recent reconstructed memoir on Fyodor Dostoevsky, Dostoevsky in Love, received fantastic reviews.
Alex is also a LMH alumnus who studied English Language and Literature, and matriculated in 2005.
At this event he will be in conversation with Professor Christine Gerrard, Principal of LMH. The conversation will be followed by an audience Q&A.
This free hybrid event will be taking place on Zoom and in the Simpkins Lee Theatre.