Don’t miss your chance to get a copy of Open Water with your ticket for just £12.99 (RRP).
Penguin Live in partnership with The British Library are thrilled to present Caleb Azumah Nelson in conversation.
Join Caleb Azumah Nelson as he discusses his highly anticipated debut novel Open Water. It’s a stunning, spellbinding story about two Black British artists falling in and out of love. Caleb will be in conversation about this achingly beautiful love story, which also gives a potent insight into race and masculinity.
Caleb will speak about his writing process, how London influences his work whilst also touching on the themes of the book including art, love, police violence and black masculinity. He'll be in conversation with poet and playwright Yomi Sode.
This is your chance to hear from the author behind one of the most hotly tipped books for 2021. And to pose your own questions directly to him.
This event will be hosted via Zoom webinar. You will be sent your personal link to login 48 hours before the event.
Please note, tickets for this event are non-refundable.
This event will be recorded and sent to all bookers the day after the event. It will be available to watch for 7 days.
If you have bought a book with your ticket, you will receive your copy in the 10 days after the event.
Caleb Azumah Nelson is a 26-year-old British-Ghanaian writer and photographer living in South East London. His writing has been published in Litro. He was recently shortlisted for the Palm Photo Prize and won the People's Choice prize. OPEN WATER is his first novel.