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As part of Birkbeck Arts Week, Writers' Hub hosted two panel discussions examining the impact of digitisation on writers. The first looks at how established writers deal with recent developments.


The second of the two Future Writers discussions looks at how new writers deal with digital developments.


Rachel Cusk

Rachel Cusk discusses her latest novel Arlington Park at Birkbeck in spring 2011.


The poet treats the writLOUD audience to verse from his new, old and as yet unpublished collections - while discussing the provenance of his work.


Fiona reads her story 'Inheritance'  at February's writLOUD event.


Ng Yi-Sheng

Ng Yi-Sheng and Ng How Wee bring GASPP - A Gay Anthology of Singapore Poetry and Prose to a London audience at February's writLOUD.


Hub regular Jonathan Kemp reads three extracts from his Green Carnation shortlisted novel at January 2011's writLOUD.


George's skewed seasonal story, complete with sleigh bells....


Rita Dallas

Rita Dallas reads her story A Short Walk to the Sea at December's writLOUD.


Karin Salvalaggio reads her story Walleye Junction at December's writLOUD.


Elena van Lieshout reads her story 'Far, Far Away' at writLOUD November 2010.

 


Nicola Field reads a selection of her poems at the November writLOUD event. 

 


Writers' Hub went live at Birkbeck on 25 October 2010, bringing four Hub contributors and Birbeck MA Creative Writing alumni to an audience as part of the LCACE Inside Out Festival. The first reader was Sally Hinchcliffe, reading from her debut novel, Out of a Clear Sky.


Jill McGivering

Jill McGivering reads from The Last Kestrel at Writers' Hub Live.


Emma Henderson

Emma Henderson reading from Grace Williams Says It Loud at Writers' Hub Live.


Nii reading from Tail of a Blue Bird at Writers' Hub Live.


Hub Editor James Vincent discusses life after debuts with the Writers' Hub Live readers.


Storytime for adults from the crazy world of George Lewkowicz.


Michael Rosen

The poet reading live at July's writLOUD event.


A podcast from the playwright and translator.


The poet, novelist, musician and lecturer, 'leader of the Black avant garde in Britain', reads 'Jack Spaniard Nest...' from his latest poetry collection.


'The Regal'


'Detritus'


'Conductors of His Mystery' 


'Bird Head Son'


'Blues For Cousin Alvin'


Kate Pullinger

Kate Pullinger - http://www.katepullinger.com - award-winning author and digital pioneer, discusses writing for the digital environment and this talk references the projects Inanimate Alice: http://www.inanimatealice.com/ and Flight Paths: http://www.flightpaths.net/


A discussion about orchestrating narrative, with reference to Anne Tyler’s Ladder of Years.


Kate Summerscale

Kate Summerscale talks to Julia Bell about her bestselling book The Suspicions of Mr Whicher and the process of writing narrative non-fiction.


AL Kennedy reads at writLOUD January 11th 2010.


’Fame versus Genius: Is Literary Celebrity Good for Literary Culture?’, with Claire Harman, Toby Litt, Claire Squires and introduced by Anthony Bale.


Senior Lecturer at Birkbeck, Julia Bell discusses the use of the first person point of view in fiction.


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