Jewish Book Week 2023 Saturday 25 February - Sunday 05 March | Tickets now on sale

Suzi Feay

A member of the Critics Circle and the Authors Club, Suzi Feay is a literary journalist and TV critic for the Financial Times. She regularly broadcasts on literary issues and also teaches journalism for creative writing students at Brunel University.
Deborah Levy “Swimming Home”
As he arrives with his family at the villa in the hills above Nice, Joe sees a body in the swimming pool. But the girl is very much alive, walking naked out of the water and into the heart of their holiday. Why is she there? What does she want from them all? And why does Joe’s enigmatic wife allow her to remain? Deborah Levy talks about about her 2012 Man Booker Prize shortlisted novel, Swimming Home. “An unputdownable short novel about the price of emotional repression and the...
The Heartless Traffic
Jeremy Robson, described by The Times as ‘a champion of poetry’ selects the best of his poems from the early 1960s to his most recent collections, plus 50 new poems. A book about friendships with diverse figures from Ron Moody to Dannie Abse, of childhood haunts, Jewish roots, youthful passions and the rumbling of war; about change and regret, politics and jazz, love and loss. Robson will be reading from and discussing his new book with critic Suzi Feay, and also from his entertai...