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Dulwich Books introduces Nathan Hill, New York Times bestselling author of The Nix.
From the suburban Midwest to New York City to the 1968 riots that rocked Chicago and beyond, The Nix explores—with sharp humor and a fierce tenderness—the resilience of love and home, even in times of radical change.
“The Nix is a mother-son psychodrama with ghosts and politics, but it’s also a tragicomedy about anger and sanctimony in America . . . Nathan Hill is a maestro” — John IrvingFind out more »
Paul Beatty (winner of the Man Booker Prize 2016) discusses his latest book with writer and journalist Gary Younge. Paul Beatty's Man Booker Prize winning novel The Sellout is a radical satire of American racial politics. It tells the story of a…Find out more »
Two of the most influential members of the Coalition Cabinet, Ken Clarke and Nick Clegg, have both this autumn published accounts of their time in government. Join them for an unmissable finale to the Dulwich Literary Festival as they discuss the way…Find out more »
Returning to West Dulwich for his third event with Dulwich Books, Alan will be speaking about the latest instalment of his diaries, The Long and Winding Road, which charts his heady years as a Minister in the New Labour governments. Alan will…Find out more »
Join us on 15th September to welcome four of Faber’s most exciting authors to our newly refurbed shop! Louise Doughty, Francis Spufford, Richard T. Kelly and Harry Parker will be reading from their books, discussing their writing, and signing. There’ll also be…Find out more »
To celebrate Independent Book Week 2016 we welcome Paul Mason and Rachel Aspden in conversation with Aaron Bastani. - Paul Mason is the former Economics Editor for Channel 4 News and Newsnight, where he famously covered the Arab Spring and the unfolding…Find out more »
A Dulwich Books event in association with the world famous Hay Festival, featuring three of the most exciting international fiction writers publishing in English. Join us on 31st May as we welcome Milena Busquets (of Spain), Abubakar Adam Ibrahim (of Nigeria) and…Find out more »
An evening with outstanding Nigerian publishing house Cassava Republic Press. Cassava is on a mission to showcase the remarkable and often neglected talent of African writers. We welcome: - Elnathan John, the author of Born on a Tuesday. He is one of Nigeria’s most well-known satirists…Find out more »
We discuss the past, present and future of refugee camps. With an unprecedented refugee crisis in Europe, and the continued displacement of peoples on other continents, there has hardly been a more important time to reflect on the status of these…Find out more »
Why does feminism matter today? I Call Myself A Feminist brings together twenty-five of the brightest, funniest, bravest young women to ask what it means to be a feminist in 2016. For this special one-off evening, the launch of Dulwich Books’ 2016…Find out more »
Two of Britain’s leading authors Tessa Hadley (The Past) & Janet Davey (Another Mother’s Son) discuss their latest novels with Alex Clark, book reviewer for The Guardian. Tickets £4 redeemable against the purchase of either The Past or Another Mother’s Son. The…Find out more »