19 October, 2022
C/ Moratìn, 7
Joseph Lyttleton is an American novelist and essayist living in Madrid, Spain. He studied creative writing at the University of Kansas before beginning his ambitious travel project, 10 Cities/10 Years, during which he lived in a new US city every year for a decade. He is the author of the novel, “Yahweh’s Children” which is on a slow burn to success with 100% 5 star reviews across Goodreads and Amazon.
A literary sci-fi that explores the interplay between father and son over three generations and asks just how much our parents are to blame for our own faults. I thoroughly enjoyed this well-written novel that asks big questions about existence by examining the minutiae of everyday life – latest 5* Amazon review – August 2022.
Lyttleton will talk about his 10 Cities/10 Years project and share stories from his experiences on the road. He will also discuss his fiction writing and the way his travels have shaped what he writes.