From the UEA Literary Festival in Spring 2016, the Booker shortlisted novelist Deborah Levy talks to journalist and author Juliet Jacques about her novel Hot Milk
An extract from Eleanor Wasserberg’s new novel, The Light At The End Of The Day, published by 4th Estate on 6th August 2020. The Oderfeldt apartment was the last building on the grand Ulica Bernardyńska, its final, corner jewel. One side looked out over the river, but it was the sight from the dining room […]
The opening to Burnt Sugar, the debut novel by Avni Doshi, published by Hamish Hamilton on 30 July 2020. I would be lying if I said my mother’s misery has never given me pleasure. I suffered at her hands as a child, and any pain she subsequently endured appeared to me to be a […]
From the UEA Literary Festival in Spring 2018, the internationally bestselling and Orange Prize-winning novelist Madeline Miller talks to UEA Professor Rebecca Stott about her second novel Circe.
From the UEA Literary Festival in Autumn 2017, the internationally acclaimed novelist Kamila Shamsie talks to Chris Bigsby about her novel Home Fires, winner of the 2018 Women’s Prize for Fiction.
The opening chapters of Tim MacGabhann’s new novel, How to Be Nowhere, published by Weidenfeld & Nicolson on 23 July 2020. 1 On the morning that the phone calls started, I dreamed that Carlos and I were back in Poza Rica, back in that place where nobody had asked us to go, back where […]
From the UEA Literary Festival in Spring 2018, national treasure and Norfolk native Stephen Fry discusses his love of Greek mythology and his bestselling book Mythos with Philip Langeskov.
Published by Broken Sleep Books in July 2020, Anna Cathenka’s pamphlet Computer Dreams explores the relationship between humans and machines. Here she reads three of the poems from the pamphlet.
From the UEA Literary Festival in Autumn 2014, UEA Creative Writing alumnus and internationally renowned author Ian McEwan joins Chris Bigsby to talk about his novel The Children Act
From the UEA Literary Festival in Autumn 2015, the internationally acclaimed novelist, poet, essayist, singer, composer and UEA Professor, Amit Chaudhuri, talks to Christopher Bigsby about his life and literary career.