London, 7 October 2017, Cafe Oto.
Down With Childhood: Pop Music and the Crisis of Innocence — Paul Rekret
Book Launch event, with live performances by Patchfinder and Jacob Williams, DJ sets from Chloe Frieda (Alien Jams) & DJ Actually Existing DJ, and discussion on the book with the author, Dhanveer Singh Brar, Dr Marie Thompson and Ash Sarkar.
London, 17 October 2017, John Lewis Stratford City
Stadium Suite, 3rd floor John Lewis Stratford City overlooking the Olympic Park and the ArcelorMittal Orbit.
Nincompoopolis: The Follies of Boris Johnson — Douglas Murphy
Book Launch event
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London, 26 October 2017,
Under My Thumb: Songs That Hate Women and the Women That Love Them — Edited by Rhian Jones and Eli Davies
Brighton, 24 September 2017, The World Transformed Festival
Games Without Frontiers — Joe Kennedy
1966 and Not All That — Mark Perryman
Football from below, or will Ohh Jeremy Corbyn ever be sung in the stands?
London, 29 August 2017, The Old Blue Last
Triptych: Three Studies of the Manic Street Preachers Holy Bible — Edited by Rhian E Jones, Daniel Lukes & Larissa Wodtke
London, 22nd June 2017, Steinway Hall
Maurice El Medioni: A Memoir — Edited by Max Reinhardt; Translated by Jonathan Walton
Book launch and performance by pianist Nikki Yeoh.
London, 16th June 2017, Waterstones Piccadilly
Island Story — JD Taylor
London, 25th May 2017, The Union Club
The Equal Opportunities Revolution — James Heartfield
London, 24th April 2017, Housmans Radical Bookshop
Filling the Void — Marcus Gilroy-Ware
7pm, free, drinks and snacks provided
London, 12th April 2017, Cafe Oto
The Music of the Future—Robert Barry
Launch party: in conversation with Owen Hatherley and live performances by Xylitol and DJ Tendraw
7.30pm, free. More info/RSVP
London, 23rd November, Richmond Literature Festival
Old Town Hall, Richmond, 7pm
Dipika Mukherjee (author of Ode to Broken Things) is awarded the Virginia Prize for Fiction for her new novel, Shambala Junction
Netherlands, 18th November, Avans University of Applied Sciences, 3pm
Sebastian Olma (author of In Defence of Serendipity) delivers his inaugural lecture: ‘Autonomy and Weltbezug: Toward an Aesthetic of Performative Defiance’
New York, 4th October, Spoonbill Books, 7pm
Tariq Goddard in conversation with Sukhdev Sandhu on the need for independent publishing.
London, 26th September, 7pm, Burley Fisher Books
Resolution Way—Carl Neville
Small press night with readings from Carl Neville (Repeater), Sean Rabin (Dodo Ink), Heidi James (Blue Moose), Alex Pheby (Galley Beggar)
Brecon Beacons, Wales, 18-21st August, Green Man Festival
Lean Out—Dawn Foster
Elena Ferrante reading group, with Dawn Foster, Eli Davis (co-editor of Under My Thumb, forthcoming 2017) and Emma Jackson
Sheffield, 14th August, Site Gallery, 2pm
Island Story—JD Taylor
Event with JD Taylor, Glen Stoker and Anna Chrystal Stephens
London, 30th July, Rich Mix. Kick-off 3pm.
1966 & Not All That—Mark Perryman (ed)
Live screening of the 1966 World Cup final, with original commentary, followed by panel discussion including contributors Mark Perryman, Claire Westall, John Williams and Claus Melchior.
London, 7th July, 6.30pm, Waterstones Islington
Smile if You Dare—Ramzy Alwakeel
Launch of new book on the Pet Shop Boys
London, 4th June, 3pm, Unitarian Chapel, Stoke Newington
Lean Out—Dawn Foster
A Woman’s Work – Dawn Foster in conversation with Joanna Biggs (All Day Long: A Portrait of Britain at Work)
London, 19th May, 7pm, Waterstones Trafalgar Square
1966 and Not All That—Mark Perryman (ed)
Mark Perryman, David Goldblatt, Marcela Mora Y Araujo, Sanaa Qureshi, Alan Tomlinson discuss the anniversary of the 1966 World Cup