London, W1W 7NX United Kingdom
For our next TANK Book Talk, we welcome Natasha Lennard, author of Being Numerous: Essays on Non-fascist Life, published by Verso. A writer and assiduous journalist, Lennard’s work has featured in a host of international publications. This book, which collects her non-fiction writing together, examines “the limits of rights, sex and the self”. Lennard will be joined in conversation by BBC journalist Razia Iqbal.
Join us on 26 June in TANK’s Great Portland Street gallery space. Your £8 ticket includes a copy of TANK’s latest issue, which features an extract from Lennard’s book, along with work by Jenny Odell, Esmé Weijun Wang, Ben Okri and Simone Fattal.
6.30pm: Doors open and drinks reception
7pm: Natasha Lennard & Razia Iqbal, followed by Q&A
The talk will be followed by a drinks reception until 8.30pm.
Natasha Lennard is a writer and journalist. Her work has featured in the New York Times, Nation, Esquire, Vice, Salon, and the New Inquiry, among others. She teaches critical journalism at the New School For Social Research in New York, and co-authored the book Violence: Humans in Dark Times (2018) with Brad Evans.
Razia Iqbal has worked as the BBC’s Arts correspondent, as well as Special Correspondent for the BBC’s main news programs in the UK. Currently, she anchors the World Service’s current affairs show Newshour, which is broadcast globally on the network.