Will is going to be talking about his forthcoming book Psychogeography (illustrated by Ralph Steadman) and much more besides at the Durham literature festival on October 3 at the Gala Theatre, 7.30pm, £13/£11 concessions. Call 0191 332 4041 for tickets.
This Saturday’s Guardian newspaper family section (July 14) will have a piece written by Will and his son Lex where they exchange passions: Will takes Lex walking on the Isle of Jura, while Lex takes Will along to the West Indies v England Twenty20 cricket at the Oval.
Will is due to discuss The Book of Dave with John Mullan, professor of English at University College London, on June 14 at the Guardian Newsroom, 60 Farringdon Road, London EC1. Doors open at 6.30pm and entry costs £8. To book a ticket call 020 7886 9281 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Will is due to attend the Flip literary festival in Brazil in July and will also be at the Edinburgh Festival, which runs from August 10 to September 2.
Will is going to be talking to Philip Hensher on Tuesday February 27 at the Parker Moot Room, Amory Building, University of Exeter from 7pm to 8.30pm, £8/£4 concessions, 01392 667080.
Will has recorded an interview for Newsnight, which is scheduled to be aired on BBC2 Thursday June 1. You can still watch it here.
There’s an interview with Will in the May edition of Esquire (who describe The Book of Dave as ‘his most imaginative, most dazzling and most moving book yet’). There will also be a piece by Will in the July issue of GQ, and a short story of Will’s is going to run in the July edition of Harpers Bazaar.