2023 Paul Torday Memorial Prize winner Bonnie Garmus will be in conversation with prize co-founder Piers Torday to discuss her work and career and to offer a glimpse into her creative routine.
Save the date for the 2020 Society of Authors’ Awards as we celebrate this year’s winners with a series of short online videos, in lieu of a real-life event.
Grab a cuppa and a join the Society of Authors @ Home Festival for a 45-minute online video session with Sarah Waters as she shares a mini tour of her creative workspace, insights into what she’s currently working on, and discussion of the Paul Torday Memorial Prize 2020.
Join us as we celebrate the winner of the 2019 Paul Torday Memorial Prize for Debut Novelists over 60
Join us for the SoA’s annual night of literary riches and our summer party at Southwark Cathedral – a celebration of the best and most promising voices in fiction, poetry and non-fiction. The 2019 Society of Authors’ Awards will take place at Southwark Cathedral on Monday 17th June, sponsored by the Authors’ Licensing and Collecting… Read more »
When a writer dies leaving work unfinished, the question of who – if anyone – should continue their legacy is always a difficult and often very personal one. How did our two panellists cope when faced with this daunting challenge?
Author of the acclaimed children’s series, The Last Wild Trilogy, Piers Torday reflects on his father Paul Torday’s (Salmon Fishing in the Yemen) final novel.
Piers Torday will discuss finishing his father’s final book, The Death of an Owl.
Piers Torday discusses finishing his late father Paul Torday’s novel, The Death of an Owl. Chaired by Lynn Curtis.