David Szalay

In conversation with David Szalay

1:00pm - 2:30pm / Saturday 8th October 2022 / Venue: Victoria Gallery & Museum
Type: Social Event / Category: Public / Series: Liverpool Literary Festival
  • Admission: £8
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Author David Szalay has been named one of The Telegraph's Top 20 British Writers Under 40 and Granta magazine's 2013 list of the Best of Young British Novelists. Originally from Montreal, David grew up in the UK and studied at Oxford University. He won the Betty Trask Award for his first novel, London and the South-East, along with the Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize. After that he wrote two further novels: Innocent (2009) and Spring (2011) and his fourth novel, All That Man Is, was longlisted for The Man Booker Prize 2016. David has also written a range of dramas for BBC Radio 4, which he developed into his 2019 short story collection, Turbulence, which explores a series of interconnected stories about 12 people travelling around the globe.

We have listened to your feedback and this year we’re offering you the chance to purchase full day or weekend passes so you can enjoy everything the festival has to offer.

All passes will include reserved seating in the lecture theatre, a free drink at the Waterhouse Café, plus a host of other exclusive VIP benefits.



Cost: Saturday pass £30, Sunday pass £40, Weekend pass £60

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Please note, all types of festival passes do not include the launch event on Friday 7th October with Ann Cleeves at the Yoko Ono Lennon Centre.