From the Women’s Prize Archives.

Last night at the Womens Prize @ Baileys Book Bar, a panel of brilliant women gathered together to celebrate Emily Brontë in the 200th year of her birth. Our panel of Bronte enthusiasts, hosted by Prize Co-founder Director Kate Mosse, included writer and actress Lily Cole, bestselling author and Dorothy Koomson, award-winning author and activist Juno Dawson and bestselling author Louise Doughty.

The panel discussed their love of Emily Bronte’s only novel Wuthering Heights and gave an exclusive preview of the new anthology, I Am Heathcliff – containing sixteen original short stories inspired by Wuthering Heights.

Check out some video highlights from the evening!

Here’s Lily Cole on why Emily Brontë is an important influence.

Watch Dorothy Koomson chat about what her profession would have been if she hadn’t been a writer.

Here’s Juno Dawson on why being a Stonewall ambassador is important to her.

Watch Louise Doughty on why crime and thriller books are surging in popularity.

Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë

Wuthering Heights

by Emily Brontë

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