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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

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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

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    Morgan Parker and Rachel Long: Other People's Comfort Keeps Me Up at Night

    Morgan Parker and Rachel Long: Other People's Comfort Keeps Me Up at Night

    In Other People’s Comfort Keeps Me Up at Night, Morgan Parker bobs and weaves between humour and pathos, grief and anxiety, Gwendolyn Brooks and Jay-Z, the New York School and reality television, and collapses distinctions between the personal and the political, the ‘high’ and the ‘low’. Parker read from the collection and talked to Rachel Long, whose Forward nominated debut collection My Darling from the Lions was published by Picador last year.
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    • 58 min.
    Claire-Louise Bennett and Sheila Heti: Checkout 19

    Claire-Louise Bennett and Sheila Heti: Checkout 19

    Claire-Louise Bennett’s debut, Pond (Fitzcarraldo), has been a firm bookshop favourite since its release, for its unique, irreverent voice and attention to the parts of experience which go overlooked or unspoken. Checkout 19 (Jonathan Cape), the follow-up, is one of our most eagerly-anticipated books of 2021; Bennett was in conversation with Sheila Heti.
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    • 55 min.
    Owen Hatherley & Juliet Jacques: Clean Living Under Difficult Circumstances

    Owen Hatherley & Juliet Jacques: Clean Living Under Difficult Circumstances

    From the grandiose histories of grand state building projects to the minutiae of street signs and corner pubs, from the rebuilding of capital cities to the provision of the humble public toilet, Owen Hatherley’s Clean Living Under Difficult Circumstances (Verso) argues for the city as a socialist project. Hatherley was in conversation with Juliet Jacques.
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    • 51 min.
    Amia Srinivasan and Alice Spawls: The Right to Sex

    Amia Srinivasan and Alice Spawls: The Right to Sex

    Building on her essay ‘Does anyone have the right to sex?’, first published in the London Review of Books in 2018, Professor of Social and Political Theory Amia Srinivasan explores the political and cultural dimensions of sexual desire, and its frustration.
    Srinivasan is in discussion with co-editor of the LRB, Alice Spawls.

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    • 1 u. 3 min.
    Lavinia Greenlaw and Joanna Pocock: Some Answers Without Questions

    Lavinia Greenlaw and Joanna Pocock: Some Answers Without Questions

    As a writer and as a woman Lavinia Greenlaw has spent her life being forced to answer questions that don’t really matter and not being allowed to ask or answer the ones that really do. In her powerful new book Some Answers without Questions (Faber) she sets out to redress the balance.
    Greenlaw is in conversation with Joanna Pocock, author of Surrender (Fitzcarraldo Editions).

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    • 1 u. 3 min.
    Jeanette Winterson and Victoria Turk: 12 Bytes

    Jeanette Winterson and Victoria Turk: 12 Bytes

    In twelve witty and insightful essays novelist, memoirist and all-round thinker Jeanette Winterson explores the future of artificial intelligence and what it might mean for the future of humanity. Drawing on mythology, religion, art, history and gender theory as well as on science, Winterson’s take on the future of our species is as thought-provoking as it is entertaining. Winterson was in conversation with Victoria Turk, features Editor at Wired magazine.
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    • 1 u. 1 min.

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