Prospect’s 25th birthday celebration
Prospect will be hosting an informal online get-together via Zoom for some of our long-standing writers, most loyal readers and buyers of our new anthology Think Again.
During this discussion editors and contributors will swap notes on what distinguishes a Prospect piece, and how this has changed over the years.
Confirmed speakers so far are:
Tom Clark, whose article Crisis: Why it’s time to rewire British politics appears in the new anthology
Sameer Rahim, author of The good Muslim delusion
David Goodhart, Prospect‘s founding editor. His article “Too diverse?” was first published in 2004 and is included in Think Again
Wendell Steavenson, long-time Prospect contributor and the writer of Marriage for a night
Philip Ball, Prospect‘s science writer whose article Life, but not as we know it appears in Think Again.
The event takes place on Thursday July 30th from 7pm until 8:15pm. Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite here at £7 for general admission or £15 for admission and a copy of Think Again.
Please note: Copies of “Think Again” will be shipped after the event
July 30 2020 19:00 - 20:15
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