6 June 2023. Birmingham International Literary Salon. Katixa Agirre in conversation with Priscilla Morris.

13 June 2023 Shortlist Reading from 6pm at Women’s Prize Live 12pm-9pm. Bedford Square Gardens, London, WC1B 5BL. Joining us on the day to share their love of books are phenomenal speakers, including Naomi Alderman, Elizabeth Gilbert, Vick Hope, Nadiya Hussain, Louise Minchin, Kate Mosse, Anita Rani, Alex Scott, Elif Shafak, and the six authors shortlisted for the 2023 Women’s Prize for Fiction. Buy tickets to the day.

14 June 2023 Women’s Prize for Fiction Winner Announced, Bedford Square. Invitees only.

6 Jul 2023, 7.15pm. International Literature Festival Bookstan Sarajevo, Bosnia. ‘No East. No West.’ Theme: Imagining the Balkans. Presentation of Black Butterflies.

28 Jul 2023, 2.45pm. John Hewitt Literary Festival, Armagh, Northern Ireland. Dazzling Debut Novelists: Priscilla Morris.

27 Sep 2023, World Literature Series, Queens University Belfast. Talk on Black Butterflies.

9, 16, 23, 30 Nov and 7 Dec 2023. Thursdays, 7-9pm. ONLINE 5-week Short Course: Writing in Response to Personal & Contemporary History. Writing West Midlands. Book here.

14 Nov 2023, 7pm. Priscilla Morris on researching Black Butterflies. Barnet Library Event, London. Online.

22-24 Mar 2024, Festival debut author for Alderney Literature Festival.


30 May 2023, 7.15pm. Front Row, BBC Radio 4. Talking to Samira Ahmed about Black Butterflies.

24 May 2023. Authors’ Club Best First Novel Award Dinner.

22 May 2023, 7-8.30pm, Women’s Prize for Fiction: Shortlist Book Club Online. Barbara Kingsolver + Priscilla Morris, chaired by Kate Mosse, featuring readings from actors to be announced.

10 May 2023. Royal Society of Literature Ondaatje Prize Dinner.

30 April 2023, 7pm. Online Q&A. Night Owl Books, East Linton, Scotland. See replay on YouTube.

20 April 2023, 7 pm. QP Fringe: Women’s Prize for Fiction 2023 Author Talk: Cecile Pin and Priscilla Morris in conversation with Kate Leaver at The Hearth, Queen’s Park, London and online.

8 April 2023, 6.30-8.30pm. Parade’s End Books, 406 Richmond Road, Kingston-upon-Thames. An Evening with Priscilla Morris.

7 Feb 2023. Birmingham International Literary Salon. Lana Bastašić in conversation with Priscilla Morris.

9 Oct 2022. Birmingham Literature Festival. Writing from a Warzone: Bosnia, Afghanistan and Ukraine. In conversation with Afghan poet Parwana Fayyaz and Ukrainian novelist Lyubko Deresh about creative responses to war. Chaired by Amanda Beattie.

7 Oct 2022. Fermanagh Live Arts Festival, Northern Ireland. Literature on the Lakes. In conversation with BBC journalist Julian Fowler on the destruction of cultural heritage and art as resistance to war.

7 Oct 2022. Fermanagh Live Arts Festival, Northern Ireland. Enniskillen Royal Grammar School. Creative Writing Workshop for pupils from four local schools.

Sep–Oct 2022. Writing the Unspeakable: War and Conflict Fiction with Priscilla Morris, 6-week evening course at the Irish Writers Centre, Dublin.

20 Sep 2022. Fabulist Marks, Museum of Literature Ireland, Dublin. A UCD one-day creative writing conference. Reading from Black Butterflies.

20 May 2022. International Literature Festival Dublin. A Journey into Memory. In conversation with Bosnian author Lana Bastašić about war and memory. Chaired by Caelainn Hogan.

6 May 2022. Times Radio. Midnight Interview with Kait Borsay.

5 May 2022. Scala Radio Book Club. In conversation with Mark Forrest.

Sep 2019. Lismore Taproot Festival, Scotland. Reading and Q&A.

2014-2018. Emerging Writer-in-Residence, Kingston University. Judge of Kingston University Short Story Prize. Kingston Writing School Lecture Series: Reading and Q&A.

The Goat’s Bridge, near Sarajevo (top image and above). Beautiful photos by Gwen Jones.