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And Other Stories authors Carlos Gamerro, Yuri Herrera and Susana Moreira Marques will all be at the Edinburgh Book Festival between 19th and 27th August. Tickets available now!
Join Niyati Keni and Zimbabwean poet Togara Muzanenhamo at Munch Cafe in Worthing, West Sussex.
Our very own Stefan Tobler will be joining a panel of industry experts to talk about publishing short stories at the London Short Story Festival on 20th June 2015, 10:30-11:30. Find out more here.
Chances to catch Deborah Levy reading or talking in London this June!
Iosi Havilio, author of Open Door and Paradises, will be reading at McNally Jackson in New York City on April 24th.
SJ Naudé will be visiting the UK in June, to celebrate the publication this year of his extraordinary debut The Alphabet of Birds. Events include the London Short Story Festival, Polari and Short Stories Aloud.
Deborah Levy will be talking twice at the London Review Bookshop this winter: firstly, with Korean author Han Kang (The Vegetarian) and her translator Deborah Smith in January; and in February in conversation with Kirsty Gunn.
You have a rare chance to hear Helen DeWitt (author of Lightning Rods and The Last Samurai) speak at two London events on 8th and 15th January 2015 as part of the Plastic Words series at the Raven Row gallery.
Helen Dewitt’s events: 8th and 15th January.
To celebrate the launch of Esperanza Street on 5 February, Niyati Keni will be reading in a number of places around the UK. Esperanza Street is the first debut we have published by a British writer and we are proud to start here.
Paulo Scott celebrated the launch of his English-language debut Nowhere People with a series of bookstore events in New York City and took part in a panel at the Brooklyn Book Festival on September 21st.