Leading literary PR agency Palamedes PR has secured national and international broadcast interviews with acclaimed Chinese author Murong Xuecun during a recent visit to the UK.
The noted dissident writer, whose hotly-anticipated new novel Dancing Through Red Dust is to be published through Palamedes client Forty-Six Books, has this week been interviewed for BBC World Service human interest programme “Outlook” as part of the Arts Daily slot, where they talk to artists about their own lives and how that relates to their art.
As part of this interview, Murong was invited to read a passage from the English translation of Dancing Through Red Dust, which is published this September.
He also visited the studios of BBC World TV’s flagship programme, Impact with Yalda Hakim, where he discussed his work.
Anthony Harvison, a director of Palamedes PR, said: “Murong is one of the biggest and most exciting names in contemporary Chinese literature and we have been delighted to secure interviews with some of the BBC’s most respected international programmes.”
Complimentary review copies of Dancing Through Red Dust, and interviews with Murong, are available from Palamedes PR by calling 0203 1027935.