Elizabeth Day and Emma Gannon
Elizabeth Day is a journalist, writing for numerous publications including The Telegraph, The Times, the Guardian, Vogue, Grazia, Radio Times, Harper's Bazaar, Marie Claire, Glamour, The Pool and Cosmopolitan. She is a contributor on Radio 4's Saturday Review, Woman's Hour, Broadcasting House, The Last Word and on LBC and TalkSport's Late Show.
Her critically-acclaimed debut novel Scissors Paper Stone won a Betty Trask Award for first novels written by authors under the age of 35 and her third and most recent novel, Paradise City was named one of the best novels of 2015 in the Observer, Paste Magazine and the Evening Standard.
Her third, Paradise City, was named one of the best novels of 2015 in the Evening Standard, and The Party was a Richard & Judy bookclub pick. She is an award-winning journalist and presents BBC Radio 4's Open Book and the Sky Arts Book Club. She is also the creator and host of the iTunes chart-topping podcast, How To Fail.
Elizabeth is the co-founder of Pin Drop, a storytelling initiative for adults which stages short story narrations in inspiring settings.
Emma Gannon is a Sunday Times bestselling author, speaker, novelist and host of the award-winning creative careers podcast in the UK, Ctrl Alt Delete, which has reached almost 10 million downloads. She has blogged since 2009; podcasted since 2016 and is the author of five books, including her award-winning debut novel OLIVE. Her new book Disconnected will be published in January 2022 in the UK and US.