Category: Clients at Dialogue

Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge – Edinburgh Edition

This August, I’ve curated a day of Granta events for Hendrick’s as part of their feast for curious minds: the Carnival of Knowledge. Join us on 9 August at One Royal Circus. Lots is free (Liars’ League storytelling salon, a collage workshop with Kanitta Meechubot, writer and former Granta editor John Freeman and neuroscientist Dr Carmen Lefevre on how to… Read more →

Granta’s Best Young British Novelists

Granta Best of Young British Novelist 4 on BBC News at Ten from Granta magazine on Vimeo. I’ve been silent on social media and generally keeping my nose to the grindstone while working on the launch of Granta 123: Best of Young British Novelists 4. A little shamelessly, here’s some of the coverage I’m most proud of: the BBC News… Read more →

Ethics and Photojournalism: Where is the Line?

Hello friends and friendly readers In the latest Granta podcast, we have an incredible trio of creatives discussing ethics and photography. To kick the evening off, I did a dramatic reading of photographer Darcy Padilla’s diary of The Julie Project. I would love to know where you feel the line is drawn between photojournalism and exploitation. xoSaskia About the event… Read more →

Granta ‘Britain’ events next week

So, Thursday and Friday were filled with fun and literature. Last night, Don Paterson, Jim Crace and Cynan Jones spoke with Granta editor John Freeman at the British Library. The conversation moved from Britain and landscape to the craft of poetry and prose. The night before, we were at Waterstones Piccadilly with Andrea Stuart, Jamie McKendrick and Adam Foulds for… Read more →

March 5: Helen Simpson and Laura Bell in Chalk Farm

An unsual post today: I’m pleased to announce this Granta event, which I’ll be hosting. Helen Simpson’s In Flight Entertainment blew my mind. Between reading Metro‘s rejoice/despair headlines on my morning commute and living in a household where the apocalypse is a favorite topic of conversation, the progression of the stories of the hilarious and mundane day-to-day of domestic and romantic life in the… Read more →

Granta Party in LA This Saturday!

Are you in town for the LA Festival of Books? This Saturday, join Granta magazine and Rare Bird Lit for a Literary Carnival, fundraising for one of the best nonprofits on the West Coast, Write Girl. Read more →