My 'Personal Anthology' of twelve favourite short stories appears on the website curated by Jonathan Gibbs today.
I'm chairing a 'debut novelists' event at Norwich Waterstones this evening with four recent graduates of the UEA Creative Writing programme: Paula Cocozza (How To Be Human), Kelleigh Greenberg-Jephcott (Swan Song), Mitch Johnson (Kick) and Sharlene Teo (Ponti). The event begins at 7pm.
I'll be interviewing novelist and activist Arundhati Roy on stage at the British Library following her WG Sebald lecture on literary translation. The event begins at 7pm and will be livestreamed to the Living Knowledge Network of 22 libraries across the UK. It will be also be streamed to the main Lecture Theatre at UEA. The annual Sebald lecture is organised by the British Centre for Literary Translation (BCLT).
I'll be introducing the launch of Swan Song by Kelleigh Greenberg-Jephcott at Somerset House, London, this evening.
My article 'The Rise Of Creative Writing' is the commissioned guest article in the current edition of NAWE's journal, Writing In Practice, which is published today.
I'm giving a talk today to the United Nations Association in Norwich about the UNESCO Cities of Literature network and my recent visit to Ljubljana.
My literary archive, including novel manuscripts and various correspondence going back 25 years, is now available at the British Archive of Contemporary Writing.
I am delivering a lecture on 'The Rise of Creative Writing' at the Slovene Book Fair in Ljubljana, Slovenia, at an event organised by the Slovene Publishing Academy and Association of Book Publishers.
In 2013 Christopher Bigsby interviewed Naomi Alderman and me on stage at the UEA Literary Festival. A transcript of the interview has just been published by Boiler House Press in Writers in Conversation with Christopher Bigsby Volume Six.