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Mr B’s Emporium of Reading Delights are thrilled to announce that the brilliant Caitlin Moran will be back in Bath this autumn, to introduce us to her big-hearted, hilarious new novel, “How to Be Famous”.
Caitlin will be in conversation with writer, broadcaster and podcast host Emma Gannon. Emma’s podcast CTRL, ALT, DELETE. which discusses feminism and online life, has had 2 million downloads to date.
Get your tickets now for what is sure to be a highly entertaining evening, when we’ll be chatting books, britpop and fame and fortune with Caitlin and Emma.Tickets
Come and join a live version of Emma Gannon’s podcast Ctrl Alt Delete. Emma chats to successful writers, actresses and entrepreneurs about their relationship with the Internet at KINGS PLACE, LONDON.Tickets
Emma Gannon brings her podcast to a live setting at Wilderness for the first time, for a conversation with Clemmie Hooper, the midwife & author, who runs the hugely popular Instagram account @mother_of_daughters in her ‘spare’ time (she works at one of the busiest labour wards in the UK). 3rd August, 8pm.Tickets
Build your feminist toolkit with Women For Women International and Refinery29. You’ll come away with a set of practical skills, a network of allies and mentors, and a plan of action to make 2018 the most feminist year yet!
I’m the next #sundaysalon on 24 June at 11am The Ned London. Guestlist is full already but waiting list spots are available. Get in touch with Alice Azania Jarvis for details.
We are living in the golden age of podcasts – and they are the place where women’s voices are thriving. Hosted by successful author, broadcaster and podcaster Emma Gannon (Ctrl Alt Del, Get It Off Your Br*sts), we bring together UK’s most exciting podcasters to discuss the medium, the opportunities it has afforded them and what it says about media and female empowerment.Info
The Sunday Times Top 5 Bestselling writer Dolly Alderton and fellow podcaster and writer Emma Gannon on Everything They know About Love – and modern lifeTickets
Very excited to be on the line-up for Marie Claire’s Future Shapers Live 2018 on Saturday 9 June 2018. Tickets on their site now I believe! Will be talking all things #MultiHyphenMethod.
“Calling all career-focused women, of any age and from any industry, looking for inspiration, advice and skills to advance your career, change direction or set out on your own.”
Join Bumble Bizz and award-winning author/podcaster Emma Gannon for this exciting one-off event to help you maximise your talents and find a career path that works for you.
Emma will be hosting a panel of inspiring multi-hyphenate women who will share lessons learned and the best ways to embrace The Multi-Hyphen Method.
The ticket includes a themed cocktail, nibbles and a chance to meet with fellow creative multi-hyphenates in a relaxed and fun setting. You can buy your book now with your ticket, or redeem your general ticket against the price of a book on the night. We can’t wait!Tickets
I’m super excited to be doing Stokey Lit Fest on June 2nd! I’ll be in conversation about my new book, in one of my favourite parts of East London.Tickets
Join us for drinks and life lessons on happiness and wellbeing at our stunning riverside rooftop in the company of two inspirational authors – Telegraph journalist and mental health campaigner Bryony Gordon and award-winning broadcaster, Emma Gannon. Presenting two of the most hotly anticipated books of 2018, this is a night for the curious, conscious and connected, brought to you in partnership with The Pool.Tickets
Very excited to be doing an in conversation event with Clemmie Burton-Hill all about my new book the Multi-Hyphen Method.Tickets
Getting paid to write – sounds like the dream, so how can you crack this crowded area?
Hear all about the speakers’ careers and how to make a name for yourself through your writing, especially in today’s rapidly changing age of cuts, switching platforms, and multi-hyphenate careers.Tickets
Join us for a one-day festival celebrating women making history. Along with the fun, food and music, you will be standing up for women’s rights online, on the streets, everywhere. You will explore big ideas through debates and workshops. Learn how to promote incredible women’s rights activists at a Wikipedia activism masterclass and edit-a-thon. Be in conversation with some of the most inspiring women of 2018.Tickets
Influencer marketing. Is it really a question of reach vs relevance? Looking forward to our panel debate tomorrow night with these superb guests AND the launch of our UK Influencer Consumer Attitudes Report 2018.
To celebrate The Surface Breaks: A Reimagining of The Little Mermaid, we’re delighted to be hosting Louise O’Neill in store for this exclusive, pre-publication event at Waterstones Piccadilly, with Emma Gannon.Tickets
In this one-off special live episode of Ctrl Alt Delete, Emma Gannon (@emmagannonuk) is joined by Dolly Alderton (@dollyalderton), author of Everything I Know About Love and co-host of The High Low, recorded in the Waterstones TCR basement.Tickets
The advent of technology has meant that we can now work wherever and whenever, redefining our working lives as we know it. I will be exploring how this has impacted the average career and how we can all begin to channel the ‘entrepreneurial spirit’ in the modern working world. I will look at how to navigate the world of money as a self-employed millennial, ensuring that we reach the heights of success. Wed 18 April 2018 / 18:30 – 20:30pm.Tickets
Join Emma Gannon and Jigsaw for a very exciting one-off episode of the popular interview-series Ctrl Alt Delete. Emma interviews creative women about their lives on and offline and this time she is bringing the conversation in-store at Jigsaw HQ.
Join us at this special free in-store recording along the theme of “Creativity Doesn’t Discriminate” and have a glass of prosecco while you’re at it.
We also have some incredible panelists joining us for this live recording including:
– Insta-poet and author Charly Cox,
– Suitcase magazine founder Serena Guen
– Jigsaw’s Head of Design Sally Graveling – we’ll be discussing all things creativity, honing your craft, making change and more.
Really excited to be joining the SRSLY podcast hosts to record a one-off live episode at the brilliant WOW Festival hosted at Southbank.Link
Join us over breakfast while our all female panel discuss leadership, building your own community, and why the future really is female. I will be interviewing Serena Guen, founder of Suitcase and Jemma and Ella, founders of Stories Behind Things.Tickets
It’s our first ever LIVE SHOW! Get It Off Your Breasts is a female-led roundtable discussion with a difference. It’s an unfiltered platform to discuss the current and more general issues getting under our skin. Hosted by Author and broadcaster Emma Gannon & radio host Lliana Bird, and produced by Shola Aleje. We are inviting two very special guests to join us for this live show tbc!Tickets
On Monday 5th March, Good & Proper Tea are delighted to be welcoming special guests to our tea bar on Leather Lane as we kick off our week of celebrating International Women’s Day.
I’ll be on the panel talking about my experiences navigating the world of work. The panel will be chaired by the wonderful host, Hannah MacInnes.Tickets
Join Charli Howard, Dr Radha, Poppy Jamie and me at Waterstones Picadilly on 24th Feb at 2pm as we discuss Charli’s brilliant memoir ‘Misfit’.Tickets
I am on this panel with Dolly Alderton talking online portfolio careers. Join us for this evening panel talk, as we discuss how to branch out from one career and specialism, go (and stay) freelance, work with brands and collaborate with other writers and creatives.Tickets
I’m on a panel in California called “Changing Channels: Working with Digital Influencers”.
A live recording of Ctrl Alt Delete at the Soho Hotel in partnership with Sony Pictures At Home Entertainment.
I’m hosting a podcast workshop for the Queen’s Younger Leaders alongside the charity Media Trust. This isn’t open to the public for tickets unfortunately. More workshops coming soon.
Hosted at Shoreditch House, with Bumble.
I’m recording a live episode of Ctrl Alt Delete in partnership with Starling on the theme of money. All ticket fees (£5 each) will go to Women’s Aid. Panellists include author Otegha Uwagba, Suitcase Magazine founder Serena Guen and Peanut’s Michelle Kennedy.Tickets
I’m on a panel alongside Mother Pukka talking flexible working.http://live.stylist.co.uk/talks-and-workshops
A talk at this event which focuses on and inspires young women to pursue careers in STEM.
I am on a panel all about podcasting with panelists from NPR and Slate. Chaired by an editor at Forbes.https://websummit.com/speaker
I am doing a session on podcasting at the BBC, Media City.http://www.mediacityuk.co.uk/occupiers/bbc
Olivia’s debut novel Sympathy is the story of a young woman’s obsession with the online presence of a Japanese writer. Emma Gannon’s Ctrl Alt Delete is a compelling memoir of growing up online. Join them for a lively and thoughtful conversation about how we connect in the digital age, and the impact this is having on our teens.Tickets
Be the first to get your hands on Holly’s new blockbuster of a novel, It Only Happens in the Movies, at this exclusive fan launch party.More information
The IBC Conference is an unrivalled global destination for discussion and debate about the many different challenges facing the electronic media and entertainment industry. The IBC Conference is the place to explore new strategies, understand business disruptors, chart future technological progress and uncover the future roadmap of the industry.More information
This panel will bring together leading experts from the worlds of fashion, Social Media and linguistics to discuss this topic, honing in on how language and its primary medium has evolved through the digital age, through the use of memes, emojis, bots, and live content, opening the doors to a whole new vernacular and how brands can capitalise on this to connect with audiences on a deeper level.Tickets
I’m delivering a talk at this conference that takes place once a year in Marrakech, Pure Life Experiences is the global marketplace for high-end experiential travel industry.
I will be delivered a 45 minute talk on navigating self-employed life. More details on follow.
I will delivering a short talk in the morning and supporting throughout the day with the Princes Trust Get Hired event. This event helps young people get further education, training and provides them with the opportunity to meet potential employers.More information
I hosted a live podcast with Henry Holland and Lily Cole in collaboration with BRITA UK to raise awareness of the dangerous issue of single use plastics in the urban and marine environment.More information
The BBC Academy will be hosting blogger, author and host of the Ctrl Alt Delete podcast, Emma Gannon who will be chairing a session with four leading Birmingham digital stars about what it takes to make it in the online world.Tickets
Come and see Alfie Deyes and I in conversation at London’s Hackney Empire talk about his new book. Ticket price includes one of a limited number of places for Alfie Deyes’s book event with Q&A plus a pre-signed copy of Pointless Book 3.Tickets
Visit California Tourism Board hosted a panel and Q&A with myself, Zanna Van Dijk and others to share our learnings as influencers in the travel blogging sphere.
One for all you bookworms. We’ve got the second in our Ctrl Alt Delete: Bossin’ it series with Emma Gannon and this time she’s brought in Ailah Ahmed. Ailah is a commissioning editor at Little, Brown Book Group, working across two imprints: Little, Brown/Abacus and Virago Press. Ailah has published writers such as Ruth Ozeki and CN Lester who has written an agenda-setting non-fiction title called Trans Like Me. She is now working with Chigozie Obioma for the first time (his debut, The Fisherman, was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize), as well as June Eric-Udorie,Tickets
I’ll be giving a free morning lecture at Creative Mornings a brilliant event series for the creativity community. June 15, 8:30am – 10:00am BST. Hosted at General Assembly.More information
Delivering a keynote speech at 2017 Blogtacular Conference in London: “Is podcasting the new blogging?”
This is the first of our Ctrl Alt Delete: Bossin’ it series with Emma Gannon, speaker, author, blogger, podcaster and much much more. In this series Emma will be hosting intimate, informal live interviews (just like her podcast) showcasing different women every month who we think are bossin’ their industries. To kick off the series, we’ve got the glamorous Helen Whitaker heading over for Emma to rack her brains. She is the entertainment editor for Glamour magazine and deals with everything from organising cover shoots, liaising with agents, planning the TV – AND the event of the year: The Glamour Awards.Tickets
I will be joined by journalist and author Emily Reynolds for a special intimate edition of her Ctrl Alt Delete podcast to talk about Emily’s debut book A Beginner’s Guide To Losing Your Mind published by Hodder & Stoughton. The podcast will be recorded in the Waterstones Gower St gallery from 6.30pm with a small live audience.More information
Anyone who grew up online knows how special it is to find that one person who gets you…if only they didn’t live a million miles away. Join two online turned IRL friends, who met on the internet, for a night of stories from their mutual virtual gals pals! It’s like a blind first date and sleepover party all rolled into one amazing show. Hosted By Heather Sundell and Emma Gannon. Featuring Stories From Jessie Rosen, Erin Mallory Long, Sara Benincasa.More information
Teen ambassador Gemma Cairney is being interviewed for a special OPEN edition of the Ctrl Alt Delete podcast to talk about Gemma’s debut book OPEN: A Toolkit for How Magic and Messed Up Life Can Be. The podcast will be recorded in the Waterstones TCR basement from 7pm with a live audience, dipping in to all the big, bad and beautiful things that life is all about: from mental health to families to first love, and everything in between.More information
I’m speaking at TED x Hull, the UK’s 2017 city of culture. I will be discussing the new challenge of having an online and offline identity, and the dangers of relying on your Internet presence to define who you are. In Werner Herzog’s 2016 film Lo and Behold, a gaming addict knew he had a problem when he was ‘spending more time in the online world than in a real-life world.’Watch the video
Make it Happen. Give Up Your Day Job. Ever wanted to change your career?! Well The Girls Club would like to introduce you to three women who did just that, with remarkable results. Sara Tasker, Dolly Alderton and Emma Gannon all changed their career paths and are now producing podcasts, online courses, publishing books and writing newsletters to an audience of thousands. Come and see how they did it.More information
YMS is the BIGGEST festival of youth marketing in Europe. With over 1500 attendees expected in 2017, the event brings together thought leaders, top brands and innovative agencies that are pioneering movements within the youth sector.More information
Gemma Cairney is joined by four women – three are published authors – Emma Gannon, Louise O’Neill, Hannah Witton and Jamz Supernova for an OPEN discussion about all the big, bad and beautiful things that growing up is all about: from mental health to families to first love, and everything in between.More information
A panel hosted at AKQA alongside Viv Groskop and Hannah Stodel to talk about Being Bold For Change in 2017.Photos
LSE’s 9th Literary Festival panel discussing growing up online and the digital revolution discussing my book Ctrl Alt Delete.More information
Podcasting has been around since the early 2000s, but has boomed in popularity in the last few years alone. But why is podcasting so popular? Join us for a panel discussion with expert podcasters to explore the phenomenon that is podcasting, and why it’s become such an engaging form of media.More information
I will be speaking on the topic of: Does Social Media Corrupts Human Interactions? While more inter-connected than ever before, we also seem to be more isolated and more superficial. Has social media enhanced friendships and relationships or corrupted them?More information
“What I Wish I’d Known” – an honest panel event about careers hosted at UsTwo.More information
Author visit at the Wallingford Christmas book club discussing Ctrl Alt Delete.
Ella Berthoud will be interviewing me about my book and the books that made me.Tickets
We’ll be discussing the highs and lows, the risks and challenges and – finally- rewards of our careers in tech to date. If you’re looking for inspiration and insight then this will be the ideal evening for you.More information
I’m hosting a conversation at the Google Shop with Melissa Hemsley, Madeline Shaw & Symmetry Breakfast.
A panel about modern day feminism alongside broadcaster and author of Letters to my Fanny Cherry Healey, stand-up comedian Shazia Mirza.More information
I’ll be hosting a one-off special live podcast recording with The Everyday Sexism Project founder Laura Bates. We’ll be talking body image, relationships and social media pressures and of course all about Laura’s latest book Girl Up, a funny, bold and no-nonsense survival guide to growing up as a 21st century, empowered girl. This live conversation will be shared on my Ctrl Alt Delete podcast soon after the event.More information
In a small session at Cheltenham Festival I’m going to discuss real life tools to get that ~thing you always wanted to launch~ off the ground. Whether you blog about property, tweet about jewellery-making, or pin about home interiors, a WiFi connection and social media platforms can be all you need to get noticed, both personally and professionally. I’m leading a one-off workshop all about how to build a personal brand online, for those either looking to boost their business or hone their hobby.More information
I have curated this panel and am very excited to be chairing it. I’ll be chatting to Deliciously Ella’s food empire stemmed from her healthy-eating blog, Lliana Bird of #HelpRefugees helped thousands after her and her friends’ kitchen table activism reached global networks via Twitter and Deliciously Ella’s rise to success.More information
Award winning vlogger, Estée Lalonde will be joining us at Waterstones Tottenham Court Road on 6th October to celebrate the publication of her first book Bloom. Estée will be in conversation with journalist and author of Ctrl; Alt; Delete, Emma Gannon.More information
On a panel with Collectively Unleashed called “Unleash your inner swede”. This event is all about achieving ~work life balance~ and asking ourselves how can we work better, smarter and shorter hours (like they do in Sweden). Come along, it’s at the Hoxton Hotel.More information
A talk and panel about ~millennials and money~ at the Boring Money Conference at the Savoy Hotel.More information
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