Media Diversified and Southbank Centre are giving you the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to see Marlon James discuss his brand new novel Black Leopard, Red Wolf at Southbank Centre on Monday 25 February along with two proof copies of the book.


In this exclusive London launch, the author of A Brief History of Seven Killings will discuss the first novel in his highly anticipated Dark Star trilogy with Ekow Eshun.

Drawn from vivid African history and mythology, Black Leopard, Red Wolf is a saga of breathtaking adventure and powerful intrigue – a meditation on the nature of truth and power.

It tells the story of Tracker, known far and wide for his skills as a hunter – and he always works alone. But when he is engaged to find a child who disappeared three years ago, he must break his own rules, joining a group of eight very different mercenaries working together to find the boy.

Following the lost boy’s scent from one ancient city to another, into dense forests and across deep rivers, Tracker starts to wonder: who is this boy? Why has he been missing for so long? Why do so many people want to keep Tracker from finding him? And most important of all, who is telling the truth and who is lying

For more info on the event and to purchase tickets from Southbank Centre go here

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Extract

She looked older, but when she came in closer I saw a look I would see more

than once, of a woman not aged but ravaged. The boy was sucking hard with

its eyes closed. She grabbed my chin and looked at my face, tilted her head

and peered into my eyes. I tried to hold her stare, but looked away. She

laughed and let go, but still stared at me. Beads upon beads, a valley of neck-

laces right down to her nipples. A ring hanging from a pierced bottom lip. A

double pattern of dot scars from her left cheek curling up to her brow and

down the right. I knew the mark.

“You are Gangatom,” I said.

“And you don’t know who you are,” she said. She looked down at my feet

all the way up to my head, which was getting wild but not as wild as the

Leopard’s. She looked at me as if I was answering questions without opening

my mouth.

To enter, please answer the following question:

Question: In which year did Marlon James win the Man Booker prize?

  1. 2012
  2. 2018
  3. 2016
  4. 2015

Please send your answer to info@mediadiversified.org, with the subject line ‘Marlon James Competition Entry’.

T&Cs:

  1. The prize will consist of two tickets to ‘Marlon James: Black Leopard, Red Wolf’ on Monday 25 February at Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall + two proof copies of his novel Black Leopard, Red Wolf. To enter, complete the multiple choice question above.
  2. One winner will be selected by a member of Media Diversified’s team, whose decision will be final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  3. There is no purchase necessary to enter.
  4. The prize draw opens at 01/02/19 and closes on 14/02/19. Any entries received outside these specified times and dates will not be eligible for entry into the competition.
  5. One winner will be chosen and contacted directly by Southbank Centre.
  6. The prize draw is open to residents of the UK aged 18 or over except employees of Media Diversified, Southbank Centre, their families, or anyone professionally connected to the giveaway either themselves or through their families.
  7. The winner will be required to provide an email address to be contacted directly by Southbank Centre to facilitate transfer of the prize. Contact details will not be used for marketing purposes unless there is opt in and will not be shared with any third party except for the purpose of delivering the prize.
  8. The prizes are as stated in the giveaway text, are not transferable to another individual and no cash or other alternatives will be offered. Tickets are not transferable to any other Southbank Centre event.
  9. The prize will be allocated in the winner’s name and must be collected by the winner in person at Southbank Centre.

 

 

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