We’re delighted to announce that Jamie Edgecombe has been appointed as Writer-in-Residence at Plymouth University supported by Literature Works.Read More
C. S Lewis’ classic tale about a land with no Christmas may not seem like quintessential festive reading and yet every year, I find myself desperately wishing that I could step through the wardrobe in this wonderful world of winter….
In recent years, self-publishing has become an increasingly viable, and industry recognised, method of publishing for both new and established writers looking for greater autonomy over their work. In order…
Here at Literature Works we love Terry Pratchett’s work and in our endeavour to bring you our favourite festive reads, we think that The Hogfather, the 20th novel in the Discworld series is an absolute must read for Pratchett fans and those looking for a festive twist!
South West writer Natasha Carthew has announced a new programme of her ‘Wild Writing Workshops’ for 2017. Famed for her aptitude for Wild Writing, join Natasha at one of…
“Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house / not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse”. I remember rushing to bed on Christmas Eve, not just to await the arrival of a certain red suited man, but also to experience the moment when my mum would pull out our much loved illustrated copy of the poem and would begin with those magical words.
“Bah Humbug,” two words from Charles Dickens’ classic 1843 Christmas story from the Christmas Books, which are synonymous with someone lacking in Christmas spirit and yet, on this, the first day of December we turn to it once again as a Christmas favourite to help us find the Christmas spirit.
A special collection of rare and unique books is to be given a new lease of life, thanks to a conservation programme launched by a supervisor at Exeter Library. Joanne…
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