PODCAST: ‘Your New Hospital for Intellectuals’: The Literary Salon as an Alternative Space for War

You can now listen to a Podcast of my recent Late Summer Lecture at Durham University. The lecture constitutes the early stages of research on my Writing the Refugee¬†project, about how British writers helped refugee writers during the interwar period, so it’s really exciting to see it made available to a wider audience! Advertisements Continue reading PODCAST: ‘Your New Hospital for Intellectuals’: The Literary Salon as an Alternative Space for War

Books on Tyne Festival

I’ll be talking about refugees and literary salons at the Books on Tyne Festival in Newcastle next month. It’s an incredible line-up and I’m really thrilled to be a part of it. From Simon Armitage to Anne Fine, it’s a great chance to catch internationally acclaimed writers alongside up-and-coming authors. There’ll be talks by local authors such as Karen Charlton and lots of events around … Continue reading Books on Tyne Festival