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
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.
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.
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.
From the UEA Literary Festival in Spring 2019, the acclaimed and prize-winning novelist and short story writer Tessa Hadley talks to Philip Langeskov about her literary career, including her latest novel Late In The Day.
Elif Shafak, activist and academic, is the most widely read female author in Turkey and is translated all over the world. Here she talks about her writing life and her 2016 novel Three Daughters of Eve with UEA Professor of Creative Writing, Jean McNeil.
From the UEA Literary Festival in Spring 2017, UEA alumna and critically acclaimed, bestselling novelist Louise Doughty in conversation with UEA’s Professor Henry Sutton.
From the UEA Literary Festival in Autumn 2018, Professor Christopher Bigsby in conversation with prominent British novelists Caryl Phillips and Margaret Drabble.
From the UEA Literary Festival in Autumn 2013, Christopher Bigsby talks to two graduates of the UEA Creative Writing MA, the internationally renowned authors Anne Enright and Adam Foulds, about their literary careers.