Recently I joined Mick Webb and Simon Calder's travel podcast 'You Should Have Been There' as their guest for an episode on Psychogeography - what is it, where can you do it, and why would you want to?
Day for Night wins gold in the literary fiction category at the Independent Publisher Book Awards, 2022
Day for Night (ECW Press, 2021) has won the gold medal in the Independent Publisher Book Awards (IPPY) in the US, 2022. Many thanks to the judges for this honour. A full list of the winners is here.
The first Doek/UEA International Chair of Creative Writing festival in 2022 was also the first literary festival focussing on Namibian and regional writing ever to be held in Namibia. Sixteen events made up the festival, including workshops, panel discussions, readings and musical performances.
I'll be in conversation with Jon McGregor about his novel set in Antarctica, Lean Fall Stand, for the UEA Live literature festival on March 2nd.
I'll be discussing Day for Night and writing history and historical characters in fiction at this online event at The Wild Writers Festival in Ontario, Canada. Join Kathleen Winter and I in conversation with Alysia Kolentsis.
Are We Heading for Extinction? debate in the Norwich Cathedral in the presence of 'Dippy' the Diplodocus
As part of 'Dippy on Tour', a Natural History adventure in which the full skeleton of a Diplodocus takes a tour around the country, I will be chairing a discussion between fellow UEA academics: 'Are We Heading for Extinction'?
Screen Lives - Film in Fiction and Memoir event with Steve Waters and Sarah Barrow at the UEA Drama Studio
Professors Steve Waters, Sarah Barrow and I will be talking about film in fiction and memoir on Thursday September 30th at the University of East Anglia's Drama Studio.
Diego Ferrari's solo show Space at the Centre: London 1994-2007 opens on September 15th 2021 at Pigment Gallery, Carrer Trafalgar 70, in Barcelona one year and a half after the originally planned openin
As part of University of East Anglia’s Future and Form project, I have been working with writer Ayòbámi Adébáyò and Mutiny Productions on 'Provenance', soon to open at the National Centre for Writing as part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival 2021.
'Trying to Stay Light' is a short film by photographer and filmmaker Philip Lee Harvey, shot in Norway. The film is a series of visually spectacular, moody maritime landscapes of the Norwegian Arctic coast.