26 SEPTEMBER 2012
Housmans Bookshop, 5 Caledonian Road, Kings Cross, London N1 9DX. 7pm. Free.
Stewart Home talks about Terry Taylor and his seminal 1961 London drugs and jazz novel Baron's Court, All Change.
2 JULY 2012
British Library, 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB. 6.30pm. £7.50/£5 con.
Unreal City? London in Writing panel talk. Stewart Home, Steven Berkoff, Stella Duffy & Tom Vague discuss London's urban sprawl. Chaired by Sebastian Groes.
22 JUNE 2012
Darwin Theatre, Darwin Building,
Malet Place, London WC1E 6BT. 5.45pm. £5.
Stewart Home in discussion with Paul Duane and John Healy, following a screening of Barbaric Genius - Duane's documentary about Healy.
12 JUNE 2012
Hannah Barry Gallery, Unit 9i, 133 Copeland Road, London SE15 3SN. 7pm. Free.
Stewart Home reads with Katrina Palmer, Iphgenia Baal, Tim Cockburn, Harriet Moore & Harry Burke.
26 MAY 2012
Centre for Creative Collaboration, 16 Acton Street, London WC1X 9NG. 7pm. Free.
Stewart Home reads with Ryan Ormonde, Jennifer Cooke, Michael Zand, Aodan McCardle, Cristina Viti, Will Rowe, Antony John, Robert Kiely, Becky Cremin & Richard Makin. London launch for issue 3 of VLAK Magazine.
20 MAY 2012
SPACE, 129-131 Mare Street, London E8 3RH. 6.30pm. Free.
Stewart Home, Bridget Penney & Katrina Palmer read from their Semina series novels - plus film screenings.
4 MAY 2012
CCCB, Montalegre 5, 08001 Barcelona, Spain. 7pm. €7 (€5 con).
Primera Persona. Stewart Home, Ben Brooks, Juanjo Sáez and Tobi Vail read and talk. In Spanish and Catalan or with translations when in English. As well as Home reading in English with a translation, Javier Calvo will be reading one of Home's stories in Catalan.
18 APRIL 2012
Piet Zwart Institute, Karel Doormanhof 45, Rotterdam. 6.30pm. Free.
Stewart Home reads, stands on his head and shreds. Plus some of Home's short films.
6 APRIL TO 20 MAY 2012
SPACE, 129-131 Mare Street, London E8 3RH. Free.
Again, A Time Machine. Stewart Home retrospective exhibition as part of a Book Works touring programme. Gallery Hours: Mon-Fri, 10am –5pm - Sat Noon- 4pm.
15 MARCH 2012
Concrete@Pizza East, 56 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6JJ. 7pm. £5/£8.
Stewart Home reads as a part of Literary Death Match alongside Will le Fleming, Rachel Genn & Sophia Blackwell. Todd Zuniga & Suzanne Azzopardi are the MCs.
21 JANUARY 2012
Guggenheim Museum, 1071 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10128. 6pm. Free.
Stewart Home participates in The Last Word conference alongside many others.
14 DECEMBER 2011
St Bride Print Library, Bride Lane, London EC4Y 8EE. 7pm. Free.
The Most Beautiful Swiss Book. Stewart Home, Brian Dillon, Will Holder, Justin McGuirk, John Morgan and Pieternel Vermoortel give their thoughs on the design of various art books. Talks chaired by David Crowley.
10 DECEMBER 2011
Transmission Gallery, 28 King Street, Glasgow G1 5QP. 7pm. Free.
Live performances & readings from Stewart Home, Katrina Palmer and Jefford Horrigan.
10 NOVEMBER 2011
Westway, 75 Clarkson Street, New York 10014. 8pm. $10.
Stewart Home reads with
Ken Wark & Jarett Kobek plus live music from Joe & Sadie's Trip.
3 NOVEMBER 2011
SPACE, 129-131 Mare Street, London E8 3RH. 8pm. Free.
Stewart Home book shredding performance as part of the 'Anti-Library' exhibition opening (which features Home among many others and is on until 17 December).
22 OCTOBER TO 19 NOVEMBER 2011
White Columns, 320 West 13th Street, New York, NY 10014, USA. Free.
Again, A Time Machine. Stewart Home retrospective exhibition as part of a Book Works touring programme. Gallery Hours: Tues - Sat, noon–6pm.
22 OCTOBER 2011
White Columns, 320 West 13th Street, New York, NY 10014, USA. 6.30pm. Free.
Stewart Home and Kenneth Goldsmith reading.
22-28 AUGUST 2011
DAMTP Biennial, Alytus, Lithuania, various venues. Free.
Stewart Home makes spontaneous and mostly anonymous contributions to various freewheeling events including scratch music, cloud busting, debates and a game of three-sided football.
14 AUGUST 2011
Red Lecture Theatre, Summerhall, 1 Summerhall, Edinburgh EH9 1QH. 3pm. £5/£4.
Storm The Reality Studios. Stewart Home, Ed Robinson & Tom McCarthy discuss the history of the cut-up in literature from William Burroughs to the present. This is part of These Silence Experimental Literary Symposium at Summerhall - a festival ticket works out cheapest if you plan to go to several events.
13 AUGUST 2011
Red Lecture Theatre, Summerhall, 1 Summerhall, Edinburgh EH9 1QH. 5pm. £5/£4.
Stewart Home, Bridget Penny & Katrina Palmer read from their Book Works Semina series novels. This is part of These Silence Experimental Literary Symposium at Summerhall - a festival ticket works out cheapest if you plan to go to several events.
2 JULY 2011
Well Furnished, 11 Terrace Road, London E9 7ES. 6pm. Free.
Future Fictions. Stewart Home, Iphgenia Baal and John-Paul Pryor discuss their writing and the future of the novel and publishing.
25 JUNE 2011
Teviot Row House, 13 Bristo Square Edinburgh, EH8 9AJ. 13.30. £6/£5.
Stewart Home participates in Silence! Symposium: Film and Writing, Now! A panel talk also featuring Steve Aylett, Tom Chick and Gordon Maclean. Part of the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
13 MAY 2011
Chert @ Motto Berlin, Skalitzer Straße 68, 10997 Berlin. 6.30pm. Free.
Stewart Home reads with Katrina Palmer, Maria Fusco, Simon Fujiwara, Jonathan Monk, Ingo Niermann, Markus Weisbeck and Niklas Maak.
15 APRIL 2011
Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS. 7.30pm. £15-£25.
More Soup & Tart. Stewart Home is one of 30 artists giving brief performances after a light meal.
11 APRIL 2011
Earls Court Exhibition Centre, Warwick Rd, London SW5 9TA. 1pm.
The Modern Artist as a True Novelist: British and Russian Experiences. Panel talk featuring Stewart Home, Lev Rubinstein, Vladimir Tarasov, Grisha Bruskin and chaired by Zinovy Zinik The event is at the New Literary Observer Stand X305, EC 2. You need a ticket for the London Bookfair to get into this event.
19 MARCH 2011
Galerie Martine Aboucaya, 5 rue Sainte Anastase, 75003 Paris. 5.30pm. Free.
Stewart Home reads and discusses his work with Andrew Gallix and Émilie Notéris.
11 FEBRUARY 2011
Westminster Reference Library, 35 St. Martin's Street, London WC2H 7HP. 7pm. Free.
Whose Culture Is It Anyway? Readings and discussion about the future of the book with Stewart Home, Mark Kelly, Bob Boyton and