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Goldsmiths Writers Centre presents: The Goldsmiths Prize

Overview

Highly regarded writers read from their work and discuss creative writing as part of the inauguration of the Goldsmiths Writing Centre and the Goldsmiths Prize for literature.

Podcasts in this series

Reflections on the art of fiction

Gabriel Josipovici, Josh Cohen

Gabriel's work has been translated into the major European languages and into Arabic. He is Emeritus Professor of English at the University of Sussex, and a Fellow of the British Academy and of the Royal Society of Literature. He is the author of 18 novels, including Goldberg: Variations (2001) and Everything Passes (2006). His last novel, Infinity: The Story of a Moment, appeared in May 2012. He is one of the judges of the Goldsmiths Prize 2013.

Tue, 11 Jun 13 2

James Kelman: Short stories

James Kelman, Jonathan Derbyshire

To launch the new Goldsmiths Prize for literature, Booker Prize-winning novelist James Kelman reads from his new novel 'Mo said she was quirky', and reflects on the art of fiction. In conversation with Jonathan Derbyshire, Culture Editor of the New Statesman. In this first installment, James reads from his short stories. Contains explicit language.

Wed, 23 Jan 13 0

James Kelman: Mo Said She Was Quirky

Jonathan Derbyshire, James Kelman

To launch the new Goldsmiths Prize for literature, Booker Prize-winning novelist James Kelman reads from his new novel Mo said she was quirky, and reflects on the art of fiction. In conversation with Jonathan Derbyshire, Culture Editor of the New Statesman. In this second installment, James reads from his latest novel; Mo Said She Was Quirky. Contains explicit language.

Wed, 23 Jan 13 0

James Kelman: In Conversation

Jonathan Derbyshire, James Kelman

To launch the new Goldsmiths Prize for literature, Booker Prize-winning novelist James Kelman reads from his new novel Mo said she was quirky, and reflects on the art of fiction. In conversation with Jonathan Derbyshire, Culture Editor of the New Statesman. In this final installment, James answers questions from the audience. Contains explicit language.

Wed, 23 Jan 13 0