London Review Bookshop Podcasts
by London Review Bookshop
April 7, 2021 8:00 pm
Listen to the latest literary events recorded at the London Review Bookshop, covering fiction, poetry, politics, music and much more.
Find out about our upcoming events here: https://lrb.me/bookshopeventspod
Holly Pester’s debut collection, Comic Timing (Granta), is disorienting, radical and extremely funny; Pester has a background in sound art and performance, having worked with the Womens’ Library, the BBC and the Wellcome Collection, and is an unmissable reader of her own work. She read from Comic Timing and was in conversation with Vahni Capildeo, whose most recent collection is Skin Can Hold (Carcanet, 2019), and Rachael Allen, poetry editor at Granta and author of Kingdomland (Faber, 2019).
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Comic Timing: Holly Pester, Vahni Capildeo and Rachael Allen2 weeks ago
Paul Spooner and Rosemary Hill: Cabaret Mechanical Theatre3 weeks ago
Patricia Lockwood and John Lanchester: No One Is Talking About This4 weeks ago
On Brigid Brophy: Bidisha, Terry Castle and Eley Williams1 month ago
Lauren Oyler and Olivia Sudjic: Fake Accounts1 month ago
André Aciman and Brian Dillon: Homo Irrealis2 months ago
‘The Lark Ascending’: Richard King and Luke Turner2 months ago
Simon Winder and Adam Phillips: ‘Lotharingia’2 months ago
Hal Foster and Mark Godfrey: On Richard Serra2 months ago
Brecht’s War Primer: Oliver Chanarin, Tom Kuhn & Esther Leslie2 months ago