Claire Armitstead

Claire Armitstead

Claire Armitstead is Associate Editor, Culture, for the Guardian. Over a 25-year career with the paper she has been arts editor, literary editor and head of books. She presents the weekly Guardian books podcast and is a regular speaker at live events in the UK and internationally. She is also a trustee of the freedom of speech charity English PEN.

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19 Oct 2018

Arcadia Books are pleased to announce the acquisition of UK & Commonwealth rights to an anthology of fiction, reportage...

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14 Sep 2018

Joe Thomas, critically acclaimed author of Paradise City and Gringa, will be appearing at the...

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12 Sep 2018

Alex Wheatle, the critically acclaimed author of Brixton Rock, will...

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