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Wintry Tales from the Story Republicans

Our friends at KEAP have heralded the chill in the late summer air by releasing their Autumn/ Winter ‘Wintry Tales’ programme provided by their Story Republicans.

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‘Writing Places’ Programme of Events for Writer-in-Residence Roselle Angwin at Greenway

We’re excited to announce the full programme of events for September- November taking place at Greenway, near Brixham as part of this year’s Writing Places project in partnership with the National Trust.

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‘Writing Places’ Programme of Events: Writer- In- Residence Virginia Astley at Hardy’s Cottage

We’re excited to announce the full programme of events for September taking place at Hardy’s Cottage, Dorset as part of this year’s Writing Places project in partnership with the National Trust.

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Birkbeck, University of London launches Nationwide Literary Anthology to Champion Short Stories and New Voices

Birkbeck, University of London has launched a new literary anthology to celebrate theversatility and power of the short story. Publishing annually as a book and e-book, The Mechanics’ Institute Review…

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BBC’s Jon Sopel replaces Rev Richard Coles in Festival Line-up

As the BBC whisks Reverend Richard Coles away to an important TV shoot in Scotland (no, not Strictly!) the Budleigh Salterton Literary Festival is delighted that the BBC’s North America Editor Jon Sopel has agreed to step into the breach on 13th September as an excellent replacement.

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150 writers from communities under-represented on bookshelves given chance to be published by Penguin Random House

Penguin Random House has invited 150 talented writers from BAME, LGBTQ and other under-represented communities to meet 1:1 with its editors.

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OVERFLOW – THE 2017 BRISTOL FESTIVAL OF LITERATURE TEAMS UP WITH FLOW RESTAURANT

The Bristol Festival of Literature is thrilled to team up with the highly acclaimed Flow Restaurant. Flow, The Haymarket Walk, St James Barton, Bristol BS1 3LN. LITERARY DINNERS My Artichoke…

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Ann Cleeves is Coming to the South West to Promote The SeaGull

To celebrate the publication of The Seagull, her eighth Vera Stanhope novel on 7th September, Ann Cleeves is coming to the South West as part of a promotional tour.

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Celebrate Charles Causley’s Centenary With The Causley Trust

Thursday 24th August 2017 will be a day of celebration in Launceston, hometown to one of Cornwall’s most influential poets Charles Causley.

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Boo to A Goose Theatre Company Has Teamed Up With Libraries Unlimited for the Magic Garden Tour in Devon Libraries This Summer

Boo to A Goose Theatre Company Has Teamed Up With Libraries Unlimited for the Magic Garden Tour in Devon Libraries This Summer

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The National Trust Unveils Publishing Venture with Falmouth University

Back in February, we told you that The National Trust were collaborating with Falmouth University on a student publishing venture , now that venture has been unvieled.

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Nature in Words at Budleigh Salterton Literary Festival

Celebrating its ninth year, the Budleigh Salterton Literary Festival is in full swing preparing for this year’s bumper Festival, with plenty to inspire and entice.

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An Introduction to Creative Writing

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