Your front row invitation...

Your front row invitation to our first IRL event of the year

Missed out on tickets to our Literary Festival closing party? Think again! Earlier today, Team Stylist took over the Pantry in The Hoxton for our festival finale, with seven spectacular authors. If you want to see what went down, you can watch the full event online this Wednesday.

From Tolly, Audrey and Milena spilling the tea on the origins of The Receipts podcast (and the awkward first episode that's yet to see the light of day) to Annie Mac talking about moving from the DJ booth to writing her first novel, it's an unmissable watch.

Available online Wednesday 30 June, 6-8.30pm, or catch up on demand. Access with a Booklover Digital Pass, £20, or purchase a ticket for just £5

But that's not all… 

All the below festival sessions are available to watch now. Explore the full online programme here.

Don't forget, if you've already purchased either Booklover passes then you have access to all 20 sessions.

Explore authentic representations of female desire

Lisa Taddeo and Raven Leilani unpack how they approach sex and relationships in their novels, from exploring minute details of intimate moments to addressing the role of 'the other woman'.

Dive into the problematic myths of motherhood

Sophie Beresiner, Dr Pragya Agarwal and Eliane Glaser discuss how decades of misogyny have affected societal expectations of conception, parenting and motherhood. 

Find comfort with Matt Haig

The author and mental health advocate joins Stylist to share the story behind The Comfort Book, his thoughts on social media and why we need to push for a more evolved and far-reaching healthcare infrastructure for mental health. 

Learn tips on becoming an author

Sharna Jackson, Elle McNicoll and Burhana Islam (authors from Knights Of, an inclusive publisher based in London) share practical advice for aspiring authors – from getting your work published to the process of working with agents and editors.

Supporting indie bookshops

There are few things lovelier than losing yourself in the shelves of your favourite bookshop. If you aren't able to visit yours in person, show them some love by shopping with them on offers a socially conscious way to buy books online. They dedicate the majority of their profits to supporting local, independent bookshops, as well as authors and publishers. If you choose a bookshop from their map before browsing, your chosen bookseller will then receive the direct benefit of the sale. 

If you'd like to buy any of the books included as part of our festival line-up, we'd love it if you could do so on

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