I talked about my translation of Simone de Beauvoir's previously-unpublished novel The Inseparables with Octavia Bright and Carrie Plitt on Literary Friction -- listen to that here.
Claire Marie Healy interviewed me about my latest book, No. 91/92: Notes on a Parisian Commute, for AnOther Magazine.
I was in conversation with Hettie Judah, Polly Braden, and Lou Stoppard at Hauser & Wirth Somerset about the American artist Ida Applebroog -- video here.
Edwina Attlee wrote a fantastic essay on No. 91/92, Annie Ernaux's Exteriors, and Leanne Shapton's Waterloo–City, City–Waterloo for the Architectural Review.
Anthony Cummins interviewed me for The Observer about No. 91/92 and my Beauvoir translation -- that's here.
I spoke with Clara Schulmann about her book Zizanies, which I'm currently co-translating with five other stellar women for Les Fugitives, video here (features readings by Natasha Lehrer, Jenny Higgins, and Naima Rashid).
Anadi Mishra wrote a beautiful review of No. 91/92 for the Los Angeles Review of Books.
The Guardian ran an excerpt of my Beauvoir translation, here.
I got to chat with my dear friend Stephanie Lacava for Bomb Magazine about No. 91/92.
I was in conversation with Lauren Collins at the American Library in Paris about No. 91/92 -- you can watch that here.
For Radio 3 I discussed Simone de Beauvoir with Skye Cleary, Kate Kirkpatrick, and Kathryn Sophia Belle, brilliantly chaired by Shahidha Bari, video here.
One of the two London launch events for No. 91/92 was held at the Institut Français where I was in conversation with the French novelist Lucie Paye -- you can watch that here [in French].
The other was at the London Review Bookshop, online, with Deborah Levy -- listen here.
I spoke to Emma Ramadan about her translation of Anne Garréta's novel In Concrete at Type Books, video here.
I was in conversation with Lubaina Himid, Carrie Scott, and Hannah O'Leary at Sotheby's to talk about women in the city and in the art world -- video here.