The Edinburgh International Book Festival
The International Booker Winners Event - Thursday 19 August 4pm BST
David Diop and Anna Moschovakis discuss their 2021 International Booker winning short novel At Night All Blood is Black.
Douglas Stuart with Nicola Sturgeon: Welcome Home, Shuggie Bain - Monday 30 August 8.30pm BST
2020 Booker Prize winner Douglas Stuart discusses his bestselling novel with Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon
Hay Festival - The 2021 International Booker Prizewinner David Diop talks to Rosie Goldsmith - Friday 4 June 6pm BST
In this Hay Festival exclusive, Rosie Goldsmith talks to David Diop and Anna Moschovakis, 2021 International Booker winning writer anhis bestselling novel with Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeond translator for their book At Night All Blood is Black.
Southbank Centre - 2021 International Booker Prize Shortlist Readings - Sunday 30 May 7.30pm BST
Meet the 2021 International Booker Prize shortlist in a virtual celebration, featuring readings from this year's selected authors and translators. Join the shortlisted authors and translators for readings in both English and the books' original languages. The event is chaired by British writer, editor and podcaster Derek Owusu, whose 2019 debut novel That Reminds Me won the Desmond Elliott Prize.
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Edinburgh International Book Festival - International Booker shortlist events
- David Diop & Anna Moschovakis with Philippe Sands - At Night All Blood is Black
- Mariana Enriquez & Megan McDowell with Daniel Hahn - The Dangers of Smoking In Bed
- Benjamin Labatut & Adrian Nathan West with Jay G Ying - When We Cease To Understand The World
- Olga Ravn & Martin Aitken with Heather Parry - The Employees
- Maria Stepanova & Sasha Dugdale with Allan Little - In Memory of Memory
- Éric Vuillard & Mark Polizzotti with Amelia Gentleman – The War of The Poor