Book Features

Reviews

Will You Walk A Little Faster?

This collection certainly inspires thought and the resounding one I was left with was, if I thoroughly recommend it, will you walk a little faster to get it for your bookshelves?

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Interviews

An Interview with Cahal Dallat, Current Causley 100 Writer in Residence, Cahal Dallat

“Five weeks in and I’m still learning, will still be learning when I leave, but it’s totally absorbing…”

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Reviews

First Fox

The power of these stories to move and disturb the reader is for me, where their success lies and I am pleased that First Fox has been added to the Literature Works bookshelves.

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Interviews

An Interview with Royal Literary Fund President Tracy Chevalier

Most writers are passionately curious about the world; indeed, it’s hard to be a writer otherwise and that is reflected in Showcase. President of the Royal Literary Fund, Tracy Chevalier tells us about their latest resource and how it can support writers.

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Reviews

The Hell-Hound of the Baskervilles

A magical take on the world of Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson: Warlock Holmes is on the case …

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Writers

Guest Blog post By Causley Trust Literature Works Sponsored Writer in Residence, Cahal Dallat

Cahal Dallat, current Charles Causley Trust and Literature Works Sponsored Writer in Residence of Cyprus Well, guest blogs on his first four weeks in residence.

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Reviews

Children of Albion

Set in a sink-estate – a kind of microcosmic world where the struggles and strains of the modern world are magnified and intensified- Children of Albion tells the story of children who have become lost: some physically, some emotionally, but all of them living on the edges of life.

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Interviews

A Note From Literature Works’ CEO, Helen Chaloner

“The two months since I joined Literature Works as CEO have been an exhilarating whirlwind of meeting and discovery, learning so much about the incredible variety of literary activity taking place in our region”

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Reviews

Shtum

Shtum is a novel that stands on its on its own – pure and beautiful and I will not keep shtum about it – everyone should read this glorious novel

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Miriam Nash

Writers

Time to Write: What I gained from Grants for the Arts funding

‘Time to Write: What I gained from Grants for the Arts funding’ by Miriam Nash

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Reviews

Countless

The lesson I took from Karen Gregory’s debut novel, Countless? Ironically enough was exactly that – count less, live more…

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Writers

Guest Blog Post 2, Jamie Edgecombe “Exploring Genre and Setting in Place: A Plymouth Noir Writing Walk”

Jamie Edgecombe has been Literature Works / Plymouth University Writer in Residence since October. Working with English and Creative Writing students at the University, Jamie has been exploring the benefits…

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