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TheBookTrail May 10
Well I’ve just had a thank you & and for organising it! I loved the virtual venue. Very smart
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Lesley Strachan May 8
It’s not all bad this staying home listening to interview with Maggie O’Farrell
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IW Library Service May 10
It's the last day of the and they're going out on a high with the fantastic Bernadine Evaristo, so tune in at 6.00pm
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SJ Butler May 9
So happy to be at watching Damien Barr and Maggie O’Farrell - this pix just doesn’t convey the energy and fascination of their conversation so join up, find a session you like and watch. It’s a FREE literary festival!
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Libraries Connected Apr 28
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Sonya Whitefield May 9
Thank you for brightening my kitchen with real and engaging conversation on a Saturday morning! Loved it
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Polly Atkin is still in lockdown May 8
Too tired for much today, but phew, it's . I thought I'd missed Maggie O'Farrell & Damian Barr but you can watch any time. Next up for me is Laura Lam and Temi Oh with Nicole Brandon and Charlotte Platt at 1pm. I loved Temi Oh's 'Do You Dream of Terra Two?'
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Arts Council England Apr 26
📖 Attention book lovers: the programme is now live! Missing out on a literature festival this year? Get your fix online in May, with fantastic names on the list. We’re thrilled to support this project alongside . 📚
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Heather 🐝 May 10
If you have enjoyed please send your feedback to them. This was put together in just 2 months- imagine how fabulous it could be next year with a little more time to plan.
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IW Library Service May 8
We're loving the so far and we can't wait for this tomorrow!
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Library@EA May 10
It is currently snowing in Elgin. Well, you know what that means, for this afternoon? Curl up with a good book. Then enjoy the sessions live or on catch-up 📚💜.
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Guildford Library May 5
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Bodies in the Library May 9
Wow! That was amazing. Tuned into knowing I have loved since her early journalism and through all her novels; discovered that is just as kickass and calm. My next non-fiction read is obvious. 🙏
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Peter Humphreys_writing May 11
Sunday brain brunch: w/Bidisha, Luan Goldie & Joelle Taylor reading stories of resistance and discussing research, collaboration with real-life participants and creative writing teaching as part of the All sessions free via
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Eve Irvine May 8
Didn't manage to read Moby Dick or Ulysses despite potentially having more time at home under ? Author can empathise and gives us her tips on what might help. She joined us today to tell us about the , the online festival happening now.
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Sandeep Mahal May 8
What a great start to the
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Georgina Moore 📚 Mar 25
This is so exciting & a brilliant chance for literary festivals to showcase some of their best programming ⬇️
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Worcestershire Libraries Apr 28
Oh how we are looking forward to this! A brilliant programme of events during 8-10 May 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
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clare mulley May 8
To mark I’ll be talking to about his writing on war for children for at 3pm, & to at 8.30pm
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NOIRELAND Apr 25
Feeling a void where NOIRELAND was supposed to be? Never fear! We are delighted to be taking part in the !!
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