If you’re in London this weekend (4/5 June) and fancy filling your brain with all things Little Atoms, come along to Stoke Newington Literary Festival, where we’ll be hosting a few talks
On Saturday at 2pm, assistant editor Caroline Christie will be chatting to The Quietus co-founder John Doran about his new book Jolly Lad, a memoir of drug abuse and alcohol addiction.
Then at 5pm, interviews editor Neil Denny joins an all-star panel of literary podcasters including Robin Ince, (Book Shambles), Andy Miller (Backlisted), and Carrie Plitt & Octavia Bright (Literary Friction), to talk about books, most likely.
On Sunday (3pm), Neil Denny will be chairing a talk on the future of London featuring the architecture critics Owen Hatherley and Rowan Moore.
Then at 5pm Neil’s interviewing the brilliant Guardian writer Hadley Freeman on her book Life Moves Pretty fast, and what we can all learn from 80’s movies.
And finishing off the Little Atoms run is editor Padraig Reidy, who will be chatting to Marcus Berkmann about all things Star Trek on Sunday evening (7pm).
Head over to stokenewingtonliteraryfestival.com to find out more. See you there!