A novel about time and ageing, love and opera, set in a Venice that's constantly changing and forever stays the same.
Liz Heron grew up in Scotland and studied at Glasgow University. After spells in Paris, Madrid and Venice, she embarked on freelance writing life in London, contributing arts and literary journalism to a range of publications, as well as editing for book publishers and magazines. Her books include Truth, Dare or Promise, a compilation of essays on childhood, and Streets of Desire, an anthology of women's 20th-century writing on the world's great cities. Her work has appeared in various anthologies and her short-story collection, A Red River, was published in 1996.Since then she's spent three more years in Venice and done a lot of translation: from literary novels to opera libretti for CDs.She writes a blog, mainly on film, as well as art, books and politics.www.lizheron.wordpress.com