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In the second in our Postcript series, we go behind the book with Dunya Mikhail, who tells the incredible stories of the Yazidi women who esape ISIS - and the beekeeper who helps them.

Esi Edugyan's tells us about her new novel Washington Black, which is on the 2018 Man Booker longlist.

'Simon Rich is outrageously, lavishly gifted' - Caitlin Moran
'Simon Rich is the funniest writer alive' - Matt Haig
'Fabulously funny' - Lauren Laverne




New releases


Watch Mary Gaitskill read from her highly-acclaimed new novel, The Mare.


Ruby Tandoh is an author and journalist who's written for the Observer, Vice and Elle. She's currently a columnist for the Guardian's Feast supplement and was a finalist on the 2013 Great British Bake Off. She has published two cookery books, Crumb and Flavour. We're delighted that Ruby will be joining us to talk about her latest book, Eat Up! - a 'joyous manifesto for flavour and sanity', which explores everything from gluttons and gourmets in the movies, to the symbolism of food and sex. which was published in February 2018 and was a Sunday Times bestseller. Ruby will be speaking in conversation with acclaimed food historian Professor Rebecca Earle. Doors 7.30pm, start time 8pm.