Join leading LGBT+ writer: In Conversation with Matt Cain

Bury born and Bolton bred author Matt Cain is hosting a virtual chat on Tuesday, 25 May, with Bolton Library And Museum Services all about his latest novel, The Secret Life of Albert Entwistle.

The former journalist is a leading writer and commentator on LGBT+ issues, previously publishing Shot Through the Heart, Nothing But Trouble and The Madonna of Bolton.

Matt is also an ambassador for Manchester Pride and the Albert Kennedy Trust, a national youth LGBT+ homelessness charity.

He’s worked for ITV, Channel 4 and was Editor-in-Chief of Attitude, the UK’s biggest-selling magazine for gay men.

His new book follows the story of a 64-year-old postman in a quiet Northern town, who realises that it’s finally time to be more honest about who he is.

Join Albert as he sets out to find the long-lost love of his life, and has an unforgettable and completely life-affirming adventure on the way . . . This is a love story the likes of which you have never read before!” – Amazon. 

The session will run from 2pm-3pm and you can book your free spot here.

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