This is the story of a ferociously ambitious and wounded man, Sean Cawson, who reunites with his oldest friend, conservationist Tom Harding, to fuse their goals. One wants to own the Arctic, the other, to save it.
Laline joins Charles Clover to discuss the sea and its inhabitants.
Part of a fascinating panel discussion (including the RAF) about the role of the UK Asian community in combatting climate change. Inspirational (and I felt the ancestors cheering).
A great audience and a great interviewer in Georgina Godwin, discussing my new novel POD, and how researching the science, then imagining the lives of marine animals in today’s ocean, can upset as many people…
I hosted this fascinating and provocative event, which changed how I think about insects.
Read more about it here
httpsss://www.festival.org.hk/writers/laline-paull/ Looking forward to being in discussion with Guadalupe Nettel on the natural world, Leta Hong Fincher on the MeToo movement, and with Jennie Orchard on my own two novels. Also delighted that The Bees…
This looks like it’s going to be a lot of fun – weekend in Warsaw anyone?
Delighted to be taking part in this: httpss://www.m-restaurantgroup.com/event/the-ice/
I am delighted that THE BEES has been chosen as the Big Town Read at Marlborough Literary Festival 2017 – do come and say hello! Read more about it here.
Laline Paull talks to Oliver Balch at the Hay Festival Sunday 4 June 2017, 4pm Venue: Llwyfan Cymru – Wales Stage https://www.hayfestival.com/p-12532-laline-paull-talks-to-oliver-balch.aspx