The week ahead in literary London: festivals at the LSE and YARNfest, book swaps for grown ups and smaller people, Liz Lochhead and Andrew Motion provide a big name poetry fix, a housewarming party and a man called Zolan Quobble.
The week ahead in literary London: Blake Morrison, Firestation Book Swap on tour, John Hegley, Jackie Kay, English PEN’s anniversary and as much romantic poetry as you can stomach.
The week ahead in literary London: have elevenses with John Hegley, see Antony Beevor, Luke Wright, Ali Smith and the return of Utter!’s Richard Tyrone-Jones plus a bit of original Chaucer.
The week ahead in literary London: Andrea Levy, David Vann, the Josephine Hart Poetry Hour (Charles Dance and Dan Stevens this time) and Ian McMillan introduces readings from the TS Eliot Prize nominated poets.
The week ahead in literary London: a mixed bag this week. Audio installations featuring Douglas Coupland and Tom McCarthy, Greek myths at the BM, a tour round the Poetry Library, Bookslam and words on cakes.
Literary London eases gently back into gear with a handful of events, some of which include Blake Morrison and / or a comedic look at the language of sport.
The week ahead in literary London: things are slowing down for Christmas, but you can still catch Lauren Child, Justine Picardie and Phill Jupitus.
The week ahead in literary London: Charlie Brooker and the Private Eye team sign some books, Polly Toynbee ponders whether Labour changed anything, and plenty of poetry and authors to keep you going for a chilly week.
The week ahead in literary London: David Starkey, John Crace and Geoff Dyer in Richmond, Book Slam returns and the Firestation Book Swap comes back within the M25. Plus some excellent storytelling, performance poetry and author chats.
The week ahead in literary London Wednesday: Jean Hannah Edelstein, Ben Johncock, Sabrina Mahfouz and Elizabeth Jenner are getting tooled up in preparation for another Literary Death Match (8pm, £7 / £5). Laura Dockrill, Rick Edwards and Salena Godden hand out the marks, while Todd …
The week ahead in literary London Wednesday: Margaret Atwood is discussing the future with climate change specialist Sir Brian Hoskins at Savoy Place (6pm, free – but it’s first come first served, and if you don’t think this will be packed you’re a crazy person). …