Show Hide image Books 4 April 2014 Damon Galgut, Carol Ann Duffy and Gillian Clarke at the Cambridge Literary Festival Alex Clark talks to South African novelist Damon Galgut about his new novel Arctic Summer, followed by readings from Carol Ann Duffy and Gillian Clarke. Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML Alex Clark talks to South African novelist Damon Galgut about his new novel Arctic Summer, inspired by the life of E M Forster in the run-up to publishing his masterpiece A Passage to India. listen to ‘Damon Galgut interviewed by Alex Clark at the Cambridge Literary Festival’ on Audioboo Poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy and National Poet of Wales Gillian Clarke read two poems, "Liverpool" and "Six Bells", from the Cambridge Literary Festival. Introduction by Alex Clark. listen to ‘Carol Ann Duffy and Gillian Clarke’ on Audioboo › Laurie Penny on the real outsiders in New Media: not the white guys who look like the old guard, just younger Subscribe from just £1 per issue More Related articles Paula Hawkins: a pulp-feminist follow-up on The Girl on the Train George Saunders: “I would tell Trump supporters: I'm somewhere left of Gandhi” From zombie parades to Stranger Things: why is our culture obsessed with monsters?