Tagged: Max Porter

Porter, Sandbrook and Hadley to guest curate 70th Cheltenham Literature Festival

Max Porter, Dominic Sandbrook, Tessa Hadley, Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinené are among the guest curators for the Times and the Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival’s 70th anniversary celebrations.... Read more

Porter, Laing and Mackintosh on board as trade rallies behind Review Bookshop abortion rights fundraiser

The literary community has gathered behind a fundraiser at the Review Bookshop to support abortion rights with more than 80 prizes from authors including Max Porter and Olivia Laing,... Read more

Barker, Hudson and Porter on Gordon Burn longlist

Pat Barker’s re-telling of the Trojan wars The Silence of the Girls (Hamish Hamilton) joins Kerry Hudson’s memoir Lowborn (Chatto) and Max Porter’s mythic tale Lanny (Faber) on the longlist for... Read more

Feather in its cap: Faber’s stand-out campaign propels Porter’s second novel

How to follow up a bookselling sensation like Grief is the Thing with Feathers? This was the key question facing Katie Hall, Rachel Alexander and... Read more

Porter, Herron and Grayling join Balham Literary Festival line-up

Max Porter, Rachel Ama, Mick Herron and A C Grayling are among the names taking part in this year’s Balham Literary Festival. Read more

Weisz to star in film adaptation of Porter's Lanny

Max Porter’s second book Lanny (Faber) has been optioned by BBC Films, actress Rachel Weisz and The Bureau production company. Read more

Max Porter | 'I know people read weird and unlikely things'

Max Porter’s follow-up to his heralded début is an equally ambitious novel centring on small-town Britain. Read more

Sarpong, Porter and du Beke among Bookshop Day authors

June Sarpong, Sophie Mackintosh, Anton du Beke and Max Porter are some of the authors preparing to take part in this year's Bookshop Day on... Read more

Portobello signs 'blast of literary freshness' Maarouf

Portobello Books has signed Jokes for the Gunmen from Palestinian-Icelandic writer, poet, translator and journalist Mazen Maarouf. Read more

Exploration of Pakistan's largest city wins inaugural Portobello Prize

The inaugural Portobello Prize has been awarded to "electrifying new voice" Samira Shackle for Karachi Vice, a "fresh and thrilling" non-fiction exploration of Pakistan’s largest... Read more

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