Citizens of everywhere
Jun
20
7:00 pm19:00

Citizens of everywhere

  • The London Review Bookshop

Are we English, British, European, citizens of the planet Earth or none of the above? The ‘Citizens of Everywhere’ project invites writers, artists and journalists to respond to the seismic shifts in European and American politics, and their implications for the future, in ways that are creative, surprising, and, most importantly of all, useful. Book your tickets here.

The Man booker International prize 2017 shortlist evening
Jun
13
7:00 pm19:00

The Man booker International prize 2017 shortlist evening

  • St James' Church, London

he authors and translators on the Man Booker International Prize 2017 shortlist come together for a very special panel discussion chaired by Jim Naughtie, with selected readings. The 2017 list comprises powerful literary fiction in translation from all corners of the globe, and this event promises to bring you up close to some of the finest writers in the world on the eve of the winner announcement.

The Short story Salon: Irenosen Okojie and Courttia Newland
Jun
13
6:30 pm18:30

The Short story Salon: Irenosen Okojie and Courttia Newland

  • Waterstones, Gower Street

The Short Story Salon is a new monthly event curated and chaired by Gower Street bookseller and Mslexia columnist Alice Slater. 2017 has already seen a wealth of new collections, both meaningful and accomplished, from well-established authors to exciting debuts. The Short Story Salon will celebrate the form with readings, conversation and wine.

on palestine
Jun
12
7:00 pm19:00

on palestine

  • The London Review Bookshop

PalFest, The Palestinian Festival of Literature, which brings writers from around the world to Palestine to read to and meet their readers, celebrates its tenth anniversary this year. This Is Not a Border is an anthology of essays, poems and stories from some of those writers and artists as they respond to their experiences at this unique festival. Book your tickets here.

An Evening with Paul Beatty at Waterstones Birmingham
Jun
1
6:30 pm18:30

An Evening with Paul Beatty at Waterstones Birmingham

  • Waterstones Birmingham

Waterstones Birmingham have the winner of the 2016 Man Booker Prize, Paul Beatty, joining them in store to discuss The Sellout.

A biting satire about a young man's isolated upbringing and the race trial that sends him to the Supreme Court, The Sellout showcases a comic genius at the top of his game.

Paul Beatty is the author of the novels Slumberland, Tuff, The White Boy Shuffle and The Sellout, which won the Man Booker Prize in 2016. He lives in New York City.

DIVERSE VOICES IN PUBLISHING
Mar
23
6:30 pm18:30

DIVERSE VOICES IN PUBLISHING

  • 6th Story, Hachette UK

 

Tom Bonnick, Siana Bangura, Emma Paterson and Sarah Shaffi will be in conversation with Nikesh Shukla, discussing how writers from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds can be better represented in the publishing industry. Reserve your place here.

An Evening of Poetry with Out-Spoken Press
Mar
15
7:00 pm19:00

An Evening of Poetry with Out-Spoken Press

  • Waterstones

Join independent publisher Out-Spoken Press poets Anthony Anaxagorou, Sabrina Mahfouz, Bridget Minamore, Fran Lock and Hibaq Osman reading from their recent collections this evening, whilst Raymond Antrobus and Joelle Taylor will introduce us to brand new poems-in-manuscript ahead of publication. Book tickets to this event here.

Prabda, Mui and Tilted Axis hit the road!
Mar
13
Mar 16

Prabda, Mui and Tilted Axis hit the road!

  • Asia House, The Poetry Translation Centre and SOAS!


We at TAP are thrilled to be bringing Prabda Yoon, author of our upcoming title The Sad Part Was to the UK for a series of exciting launch events in London. Prabda will be sharing the limelight with translator Mui Poopoksakul.

We'll be kicking things off at Asia House on Monday the 13th of March from 6.45- 9pm. Book your tickets here.

Our second event will be held at The Poetry Translation Centre, London on Tuesday the 14th of March from 6.30-8.30 pm. Get your tickets here.

Lastly, we'll be officially launching at SOAS on Thursday the 16th of March from 6-7pm. This is a free event so join us for what's sure to be a memorable night!

 

Whatever Happened to Interracial Love? A discussion about the stories, and screening of the film Losing Ground by Kathleen Collins
Feb
10
6:30 pm18:30

Whatever Happened to Interracial Love? A discussion about the stories, and screening of the film Losing Ground by Kathleen Collins

  • Waterstones

Kathleen Collins was a pioneering African-American director and writer whose ground breaking films were overlooked and whose stories went unpublished in her lifetime. This February her collection Whatever Happened to Interracial Love? is being published for the first time, join Waterstones as the host her film and fiction in the basement bar of Waterstones TCR. Book tickets to this events here.

An Evening with Okey Ndibe
Jan
20
7:00 pm19:00

An Evening with Okey Ndibe

  • Waterstones

Okey Ndibe’s funny, charming, and penetrating memoir Never Look An American in the Eye: Flying Turtles, Colonial Ghosts and the Making of a Nigerian American tells of his move from Nigeria to America, where he came to edit the influential (but forever teetering on the verge of insolvency) African Commentary magazine. Book tickets to this event here.

Banipal 57- Syria in the heart
Jan
17
6:30 pm18:30

Banipal 57- Syria in the heart

  • Waterstones

Join Banipal for an evening with Syrian authors Nouri Al-Jarrah and Rosa Yassin Hassan and special guest, Flemish performance poet Charlotte Van den Broeck from Banipal 57’s Guest Literature from Flanders. Find out more about this free event here.

Chibundu Onuzo: Welcome to Lagos
Jan
12
5:30 pm17:30

Chibundu Onuzo: Welcome to Lagos

  • Royal Festival Hall

Join Onuzo to celebrate the publication of her incredible second novel, Welcome to Lagos. Onuzo will be in conversation with Ellah Allfrey, editor, literary critic and former deputy editor of Granta. The evening will also feature musical performance, poetry and readings from the book. This is a free event.
 

Bitch Lit Book Club: Negroland
Dec
1
6:30 pm18:30

Bitch Lit Book Club: Negroland

  • Waterstones, Gower Street

BITCH LIT is a new monthly book club devoted to seminal feminist texts and cult classics by women. Join us for endless wine, mezze platters and irreverent, fun discussion led by literary critic Lucy Scholes and Gower Street's Elizabeth Morris. Book you place here.

Cult Books In Translation – PANTY
Nov
23
6:30 pm18:30

Cult Books In Translation – PANTY

  • Waterstones- Gower Street

Book your tickets here.

Our book for NOVEMBER 23rd will be PANTY by Sangeeta Bandyopadhyay, translated by Arunava Sinha. Surreal and darkly erotic, this novel has been credited with reintroducing ‘hardcore sexuality into Bengali literature’, and has drawn comparisons with Elena Ferrante.