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Rosemary Sutcliff
For (1920-92)—internationally-acclaimed "writer of genius"—Guardian obituary—of children’s literature & historical fiction
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Dom Coyote Oct 17
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Dom Coyote Oct 16
So chuffed. 5 Stars in the Observer from The Tin Drum review – a banging hit
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Dom Coyote Oct 17
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Dom Coyote Oct 13
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Dom Coyote Oct 6
Coyote been quiet. Here's why... has been born and we're on the road...
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Jonny Geller Oct 3
A piece of advice to all new writers submitting work to agents. Avoid this week & next as it's Frankfurt Book Fair -it won't be read.
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Dom Coyote Oct 5
Philip K. Dick meets Ziggy Stardust, as comes to & 31 Oct-3 Nov
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Dom Coyote Oct 5
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Dom Coyote Oct 4
My next show after the triumph of with : Bringing to & for !
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Dom Coyote Oct 2
Join Dom & artists from & for gig / theatre hybrid at & this
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Rosemary Sutcliff Oct 2
Plus UK should be slammed for not walking in step rest World-Day on 23 April, Shakespeare deathday
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Rosemary Sutcliff Oct 2
And anyway why UK out of step with UNESCO & World whose day is 23 April, death date of Shakespeare and Cervantes (Day started in Catalonia)
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CatherineJohnson Sep 22
Thanks Tony! x I can't imagine 11 yr old me who read Eagle of Ninth in Yr7 thinking she'd be on the same list as
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Tony Bradman Sep 22
Great issue - and it includes my Top 10 historical novels for kids! Mentions for and
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MyBookBlog Sep 27
Check out our trailer for ‘The Eagle of the Ninth’ by !
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Rosemary Sutcliff Sep 18
Rosemary Sutcliff would've loved fellow story-tellers, Kneehigh + wild Cornish home. (Both retold Tristan & Iseult)
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Gary Chalk Sep 16
Replying to @lodge_c @rsutcliff
Her books are one of the main reasons I ended up being an illustrator. God knows it wasn't the money.....
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Caroline Lodge Sep 15
Still love this book: The Eagle of the Ninth by
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Slightly Foxed Aug 29
‘There are times when life seems to fall into complete patterns, with all the loose ends neatly darned in’ writes Rosemary Sutcliff
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Rosemary Sutcliff Sep 12
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