Archive for June 2016

Enjoy a recording from the Brave New Reads Norwich event with Yuri Herrera, author of 'Signs Preceding the End of the World' (translated by Lisa Dillman). This fascinating discussi...

The world’s number one Dub Poet, internationally bestselling reggae artist, and former Black Panther Linton Kwesi Johnson considers a relatively under explored dimension to Harriet...

Graphic novelists Una and Nicola Streeten discuss how graphic novels have enabled women to talk about their lives and address personal and painful issues.

Una’s first graphic mem...

Internationally renowned author and UEA Chancellor Rose Tremain discusses her new book, The Gustav Sonata. Beginning in the 1930s under the shadow of the Second World War, it is a ...

Having lived and travelled widely in the Middle East, former New Statesman literary editor Rachel Aspden’s new book Generation Revolution, positions readers on the frontline betwee...

After 70 years of research on autism, why do we still seem to know so little about it? Winner of the 2015 Samuel Johnson Prize for Non- Fiction, Neurotribes is a Sunday Times and N...

Warning: some explicit language

Acclaimed Scottish writer Irvine Welsh discusses the legacy of his debut novel Trainspotting; a modern cult classic and major film described by The...

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