Talks with the Author - Kim Salmons

Talks with the Author - Kim Salmons

Associate Professor in Humanities and Liberal Arts at St Mary’s University, London and Conference Secretary of the Joseph Conrad Society UK, Kim has published two monographs on food and literature.

Her most recent publication is a co-edited volume with Professor Tania Zulli: Migration, Modernity & Transnationalism in the work of Joseph Conrad published by Bloomsbury August 2021. Kim will be reading extracts from this book and hosting a Q&A session at The Pop Up Place (formerly TopShop) in High Chelmer, this event is in partnership with the Chelmsford Public Library.

Kim’s PhD is on The Representation of Food in Modern Literature and the title of her presentation is ‘Queer Foreign Fish: Food and Migration in Joseph Conrad’s Almayer’s Folly and The Secret Agent.