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London Review Bookshop. 20,000 titles on two floors in Bloomsbury, plus cakes and tea.
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LRB Bookshop 12m
🎧Sunday morning listening🎧 Francesca Segal discusses her love letter to the NHS, MOTHER SHIP, with Olivia Laing
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Carcanet Press 17h
Only a couple more days to book to hear five of our New Poetries VII poets reading from their debut collections 📚, Rowland Bagnall, (visiting from NYC!), & ! 🎉Reserve your tickets here: 🥂
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LRB Bookshop 20h
"For all the talk of patriarchy, has feminism forgotten about fathers?" Read an extract from Katherine Angel's DADDY ISSUES on
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LRB Bookshop 24h
You can hear all five poets read at our event this Tuesday - tickets here:
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LRB Bookshop 24h
Our final New Poet is , whose debut collection SIGNIFICANT OTHER has been shortlisted for the for Best First Collection. Read her poem 'Seahorse' on our blog:
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London Review of Books Jun 15
Coming to speak : Rachel Cusk, Colm Tóibín, Adam Phillips, Shahidha Bari, Marina Warner, Morgan Parker, Georgina Lawton, Katherine Angel, Sarah Moss, Kevin Breathnach, Andrew O'Hagan ... (Watercolour of by Simone Menken)
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LRB Bookshop Jun 14
This week's podcast: Francesca Segal and Olivia Laing in conversation
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Aaron Kent Jun 14
It's finished! 20 sonnets written using the lyrics from all 20 tracks on Kanye West's Life of Pablo. Any suggestions on presses to send to? RTs etc appreciated
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Red Circle Jun 14
Our Minis are on sale, ‘a Rosetta Stone’s throw from' the & its new at one of London’s best bookshops! A very big thank you to the team at & in particular, for their support & encouragement!
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LRB Bookshop Jun 14
Replying to @lieutenantkije
you may be right - i can't remember who told me. googling, it looks like fenton coined "martian school", and amis wrote a review headed "martianism"?
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LRB Bookshop Jun 14
Replying to @LRBbookshop
weird craig raine facts: the term martianism was coined by, and is an anagram of, martin amis
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LRB Bookshop Jun 14
weird craig raine facts - he was indirectly responsible for the fourth-best song on OK Computer
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LRB Bookshop Jun 14
this week's book of the week is also a book of the Day. "homing" by jon day, jon day's history of homing pigeons, is very much not "strictly for the birds"
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LRB Bookshop Jun 14
i worked as a milkman for half a year in 2008 and i would say my experience was about midway between chris, and scott's dad
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LRB Bookshop Jun 14
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artist's rendering
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LRB Bookshop Jun 14
pitch: james daunt's big punt. with his trusty companions elliott and b&n, james daunt explores britain's minor waterways, allowing his passengers to sit in the business wherever they want. but trouble starts when they all sit on one side and the punt begins to tilt dangerously
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LRB Bookshop Jun 14
the ali lewis liker, has logged in
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LRB Bookshop Jun 14
Replying to @BookBrunch
knocking off early eh. very wise
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LRB Bookshop Jun 14
Replying to @JarredMcGinnis
of course you're quite right
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LRB Bookshop Jun 14
On 25 June, , author of TUNNEL VISION, will be here to discuss the state of the essay with 's Andrew O'Hagan. Book tickets here:
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