Tagged: Colm Toibin

Carcanet lands Tóibín's first poetry collection

Carcanet Press will publish the first collection of poetry from Irish author and broadcaster Colm Tóibín in 2022.  Read more

Shafak, Sanghera and Tóibín to headline MarlboroughLit Fest

Elif Shafak, Sathnam Sanghera and Colm Tóibín are among the authors headlining Marlborough LitFest, taking place this autumn as a hybrid event.... Read more

Tóibín, Anappara, James and Persaud judge 2021 Deborah Rogers Foundation Award

Colm Tóibín will be a judge on the Deborah Rogers Foundation Award in 2021, alongside Deepa Anappara, Anna James and Ingrid Persaud.  ... Read more

Pictures of the week

Bloody Scotland launches its 2018 programme, Donald Trump visits London Waterloo and Kamila Shamsie is crowned the 2018 Women's Prize champion in this week's pictures... Read more

Fielding and Tóibín events mark Hay's opening weekend

Hay Festival's first weekend has kicked off with a host of events featuring writers including Colm Tóibín, Helen Fielding and Stephen Fry who discussed issues... Read more

Penguin Pride to celebrate LGBTQ writers

Penguin Random House UK is launching a new campaign to celebrate the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer (LGBTQ) author community called Penguin Pride.... Read more

Galbraith and McEwan longlisted for Impac prize

Ian McEwan, David Mitchell and Robert Galbraith (J K Rowling's pseudonym) are among the 25 British authors competing for this year's €100,000 International Impac Dublin... Read more

Atwood, Rushdie and Tóibín condemn Bangladesh blogger murders

More than 150 writers from around the world, including Margaret Atwood, Karl Ove Knausgaard, Yann Martel, Salman Rushdie and Colm Tóibín, have condemned the murders... Read more

Faber and Granta power Folio Prize shortlist

Independent publishers have come out on top in the shortlist for the 2015 Folio Prize for Fiction, with Faber and Granta getting three books each... Read more

Hutchinson to publish charity title on fathers and sons

Bono, Colm Tóibín, Paul McCartney and Salman Rushdie are among the big names contributing to an anthology about sons and fathers, as part of a joint... Read more

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