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第一線で活躍する作家の生の声が聞ける人気イベント、Meet the Author。今回は数々の文学賞を受賞し日本の文学界を牽引している作家の池澤夏樹氏が登場します。世界各地を旅し自然と人間との関係について重ねてきた思索、独自の世界観や創作活動、地球を鳥瞰する視点などを、NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 日本版編集部の齋藤海仁氏をモデレーターに迎えて、トークショー形式でたっぷりとご紹介します。
 
日本を代表する作家、村上龍がApple Storeに登場。今回iBookstoreで限定配信する『心はあなたのもとに』 などインタラクティブな表現の可能性を追求した作品への想いや、村上龍電子本製作所が発行する今後の作品について語ります。モデレーターはジャーナリストのまつもとあつし氏。読者との距離感やレビューコメントについても率直な気持ちを聞きました。
 
Author Katherine Schwarzenegger talks with Andrew Bevan of Teen Vogue about her book I Just Graduated ... Now What? This must-have guide for recent and soon-to-be grads features real-life experiences from Anderson Cooper, Gayle King, Lauren Bush Lauren, and more on topics like student debt, finding your dream job, and taking a gap year.
 
Author Scott Snyder and illustrator Greg Capullo discuss Batman Vol. 7: Endgame. The latest graphic novel from the best-selling creative team gives fans the ultimate face-off between Batmanand the Joker. Snyder, whose work includes American Vampire and Superman Unchained, and Capullo, who illustrated Spawn and X-Force, will also discuss their collaborations.
 
New York Times best-selling author Marisha Pessl (Special Topics in Calamity Physics) discusses her highly anticipated novel, Night Film. The story is a psychological literary thriller about an investigative journalist who sets out to discover the truth behind the apparent suicide of Ashley Cordova, daughter of a reclusive, cult-horror film director who hasn’t been seen in public in over 30 years.
 
iBooks and the Apple Store have teamed up to bring you an incredible mix of interesting authors talking about the biggest books. Subscribe and you'll hear fiction and nonfiction authors from Neil Gaiman to Jeff Kinney to Clive Davis to Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson to Mario Batali discuss their latest books. If you like what you hear, download the books on iBooks.
 
Author and Professor of Classics at the University of Cambridge Mary Beard and award-winning comedian Tony Law discuss her latest book. Laughter in Ancient Rome explores one of the most intriguing of historical subjects. Drawing on a wide range of Roman writing, it tracks down the humour of the ancient Romans themselves, from the hilarious, to the momentous, to the surprising. Hosted at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
Author and National Book Award finalist Aleksandar Hemon and his lifelong friend photographer Velibor Božović discuss their ebook collaboration, My Prisoner. The photo essay tells the story of Božović’s experience as their shared hometown of Sarajevo fell under siege in the Bosnian war. Moderated by David Haglund, literary editor of newyorker.com.
 
The Sunday Times—and New York Times—best-selling epic fantasy author Brandon Sanderson discusses his brand-new Mistborn adventure, Shadows of Self, with Bradley P Beaulieu, the author of Twelve Kings, who was shortlisted by the David Gemmell Awards for Fantasy for his debut novel, The Winds of Khalakovo. Hosted by Bradley P Beaulieu at the Apple Store, Covent Garden in London.
 
Author Tara Stiles talks about Make Your Own Rules Diet, a book that throws out accepted "rules" and helps you tune into what makes you feel good. Tara, the owner and founder of the Strala movement method, also shares how to incorporate gentle exercise into your life. Moderated by Jason Wachob, founder and CEO of MindBodyGreen. Make Your Own Rules Diet is available on the iBooks Store.
 
Marketing expert Porter Gale has worked in marketing, advertising, and branding for more than 20 years. In her new book, "Your Network Is Your Net Worth," she shares her philosophy for success: establish, expand, and nurture your connections, both online and off. Learn more about the value of personal connections at this moderated conversation with Porter. Special guest appearance by social media trailblazer and author Gary Vaynerchuk.
 
The rule-breaking authors of Freakonomics are back with their latest book, Think Like a Freak. Steven D Levitt and Stephen J Dubner share how they challenge conventional wisdom and answer questions about thinking differently. Whether you're interested in the best way to improve your odds in penalty kicks, or in major global reforms, here's a blueprint for an entirely new way to solve problems. Hosted at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
John Hendricks created the Discovery Channel in 1985 to provide high-quality documentary programming that let people explore their worlds and satisfy their curiosity. Join John in conversation with moderator David Lieberman, executive editor at Deadline.com, as they discuss his memoir, "A Curious Discovery: An Entrepreneur’s Story." The book recounts the struggles and triumphs of turning his passion for documentaries into the world’s most widely distributed cable channel and parlaying its po ...
 
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Tom Chivers is a poet and publisher who has long been fascinated by London, the city he grew up in and continues to call home. His fascination is not with the landmarks and monuments that are easy to spot but with what lies underneath the city: the hidden and submerged past that is buried below its streets. He speaks to Georgina Godwin about his ne…
 
Georgina Godwin talks to Will Storr. His critically acclaimed books are about everything from ghosts to selfies, but at the heart of his work is a desire to look deep into the human experience and explore just why we think or behave the way we do. His new book ‘The Status Game’ argues that competition for status underpins all human activity.…
 
The Women’s Prize for Fiction is one of the greatest annual, international celebrations of female creativity. It is now in its 26th year and it honours outstanding, ambitious, original fiction written in English by women from anywhere in the world. The 2021 award was won by Susanna Clarke for her novel ‘Piranesi’. Georgina Godwin went along to the …
 
Georgina Godwin meets publisher Christopher MacLehose and acclaimed Indian author Anuradha Roy. MacLehose, a leader in translated literature in the UK, is reported to have brought works into English from 34 languages. He recently launched Mountain Leopard Press, which focuses on translation as well as contemporary literature. One of its lead titles…
 
This edition of ‘Meet The Writers’ takes a slightly different direction as Georgina Godwin speaks to Phil Manzanera. He is a writer – but one who uses notes and staves rather than words. Manzanera shot to fame in the 1970s as lead guitarist with seminal band Roxy Music and is also a record producer, who has worked with some of the most celebrated m…
 
Many people describe themselves as book lovers but there is no doubt about Nicholas Royle’s devotion to the printed word. As a writer, editor and creative writing teacher, books are fundamental to his life. Georgina Godwin meets Royle to discuss his new book. ‘White Spines: Confessions of a Book Collector’ is part memoir, part non-fiction and explo…
 
Jarred McGinnis is a debut novelist but he’s not new to the literary scene. His short fiction has appeared in journals in the UK and North America, and he has been commissioned for BBC Radio 4. His organisation The Special Relationship puts on events that experiment in live literature and it was chosen for the British Council’s International Litera…
 
Ellen Wiles is a novelist, anthropologist and curator, as well as a creative writing lecturer at The University of Exeter. Her 2017 debut novel ‘The Invisible Crowd’ was awarded the Victor Turner Prize for ethnographic writing and was a ‘Guardian’ book of the year. Ellen speaks to Georgina Godwin about her latest book ‘Live Literature’, which takes…
 
Georgina Godwin talks to American novelist Jessica Anya Blau. Her hit novels have been featured on ‘The Today Show’, CNN and NPR, and in ‘Cosmopolitan’, ‘Vanity Fair’, ‘Bust’, ‘Time Out’, ‘Oprah Summer Reads’ and other national publications. Her most recent book, ‘Mary Jane’, is a coming-of-age story set in 1970s Baltimore.…
 
Tharik Hussain is a writer and journalist who has written travel guides for Lonely Planet and won awards for his BBC World Service radio documentary: ‘America’s Mosques: A Story of Integration’. He speaks to Georgina Godwin about his latest book ‘Minarets in the Mountains’, which took him and his family on a journey through the western Balkans to d…
 
William Green knows a little more than most about how to stack the odds in your favour. His career as a financial journalist has seen him write for publications including ‘The New Yorker’, ‘Time’, ‘Fortune’, and ‘Forbes’. He has reported from all over the world and interviewed presidents, CEOs, billionaires, and investors. Georgina Godwin speaks to…
 
Arifa Akbar is the chief theatre critic at ‘The Guardian’. A journalist for over 20 years, she previously held the position of literary editor at ‘The Independent’ and worked as an arts and news correspondent. She speaks with Georgina Godwin about her new memoir ‘Consumed’ which is a personal exploration of her own grief after her sister died at th…
 
By now we are all aware of the pay gap between genders but what about the gaps that are harder to quantify? On this week’s ‘Monocle Reads’ Georgina Godwin speaks to journalist and academic Mary Ann Sieghart about her latest book ‘The Authority Gap’, which examines the disparity between men and women – one that can take different shapes but clearly …
 
Tahmima Anam is a writer for publications including ‘The Guardian’, ‘New York Times’, and ‘New Statesman’, as well as a successful novelist. While her early novels painted detailed portraits of the Bangladesh war of independence through the eyes of one family, her new book transports us to the centre of the technology world. Georgina Godwin speaks …
 
Lionel Shriver doesn’t shy away from controversy, and instead seems quite drawn to it. She rose to acclaim following the release of her novel ‘We Need to Talk About Kevin’ in 2003. Since then, she’s won the Orange prize for fiction and written for ‘The Wall Street Journal’, the ‘Financial Times’, and ‘The New York Times’. Shriver speaks with Georgi…
 
Alex Michaelides’ debut novel ‘The Silent Patient’ was a huge hit, winning a Goodreads Choice award in 2019 and topping ‘The New York Times’ best seller list on its release. Now, Georgina Godwin talks to Alex about his new book, ‘The Maidens’, which is another psychological thriller, this time set in the eerie halls of Cambridge University.…
 
On ‘Monocle Reads’ this week we speak to Thomas Gommes. A lawyer turned writer, he is the founder of World of Words Gstaad, a literature symposium taking place this weekend that hopes to be an international celebration of storytelling in all forms. Thomas speaks to Georgina Godwin about this weekend’s programme as well as his own short fiction writ…
 
Natasha Brown is a British writer. She studied Mathematics at Cambridge University before spending a decade working in the finance industry. In 2019 she received a London Writers Award in the literary fiction category and developed her novella ‘Assembly’, an exploration of class and race that follows a day in the life of a young black British woman…
 
Georgina Godwin sits down with UK writer Rupert Thomson to discuss his life and career to date. In a long and fruitful writing career, Thomson has written 13 novels and a memoir, earning countless plaudits alongside awards such as the Writers’ Guild non-fiction book of the year. As well as longer-form writing, his work has featured in publications …
 
André Aciman is a prolific author, best known for his best-selling novel and subsequent big-screen hit ‘Call Me by Your Name’, as well as being a professor of comparative literature at The Graduate Center, City University of New York. He speaks to Georgia Godwin about his latest collection of essays ‘Homo Irrealis’, which explores time, memory and …
 
Fiona Mozley is arguably one of Britain’s most exciting young writers. The former bookseller catapulted to fame when her debut novel ‘Elmet’ was shortlisted for the Booker Prize. It went on to earn plaudits across the board as well as winning the Somerset Maugham Award and the Polari First Book Prize. Her latest novel, ‘Hot Stew’, is a fascinating …
 
Isabel Costello is a British writer and aromatherapist with a lifelong love of France. She has been nominated for numerous awards for her short fiction writing and in 2016 she released her first novel, ‘Paris Mon Amour’. In this week’s Monocle Reads, Isabel speaks to Georgina Godwin about her latest book ‘Scent’, set in Paris and Provence, which fo…
 
British writer Esther Freud’s first novel, ‘Hideous Kinky’, was shortlisted for the John Llewellyn Rhys prize and made into a film starring Kate Winslet. Following that, she went on to receive numerous awards and selected by ‘Granta’ as a best young British novelist selection. She has since gone on to write many books and plays and also teaches cre…
 
Bennett Voyles is an American business writer and an avid walker based in Berlin. He speaks to Georgina Godwin about his latest book ‘Onwards, Backward! -or- A Ramble to Santiago’. It follows Bennett along with his wife and three teenage daughters as they attempt the 1,500-kilometre journey of both the French and Spanish legs of the Camino de Santi…
 
Sarit Packer and Itamar Srulovich opened their first restaurant, Honey & Co, in London in 2012. Since then they have become known for serving delicious Middle Eastern food using the best ingredients, all with an extremely warm welcome from one of the friendliest teams in town. Both originally from Israel, they sat down with Georgina Godwin to discu…
 
For our last Monocle Reads episode with Hay festival, we look at how its programme explores our post-coronavirus future. Georgina Godwin speaks with Everyday Sexism founder Laura Bates – who will lead a series of discussions at Hay around motherhood and the ways in which the pandemic has impacted it – and with award-winning writer and journalist Ma…
 
Mai Thi Nguyen-Kim is a chemist and science journalist. During her doctoral studies at Harvard, she started the Youtube channel The Secret Life of Scientists, which marked the start of her mission to “infect” people with a love of science. She lives in Germany, where she hosts a national TV series on science and produces the Youtube channel Mailab.…
 
Suzanne Heywood made her name in the corporate world, with stints at McKinsey and now CNH Industrial. Her latest book, ‘What Does Jeremy Think? Jeremy Heywood and the Making of Modern Britain’, details the life of her late husband, a former head of the Home Civil Service. It combines the emotion of a biography with a look at a man considered to be …
 
PM300 is a series of panels exploring issues of leadership and democracy at the 34th spring edition of the Hay festival. It marks the 300th anniversary of Britain appointing its first prime minister. To find out more about the series, Georgina Godwin speaks to author and PM300 panellist, Carole Walker, as well as chief of staff at Hay and organiser…
 
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