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Discovering the ‘creativity, passion and impact of Literature Works’

Our Intern Marie Lebreton shares her experience of working with Literature Works.

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‘My Time at Literature Works’ – Our Intern Alex Nolan Shares His Experience

March was a month of welcoming interns into the Literature Works office. We teamed up with Plymouth University’s MA Publishing Course to offer 5 students week-long placements.

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The Armada – 12 Days To Save England

Budleigh Salterton Literary Festival announces a special fundraising event with Dr Sam Willis.

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Our Region, Our Places

Here at Literature Works our aim is to develop reading and writing activity in the South West. We love our region and are looking forward to our exciting new ventures…

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Hachette UK Launches The Future Bookshelf

 Yesterday evening, at Hachette’s ‘Diverse Voices in Publishing’ event at Carmelite House, Hodder/Headline/Quercus/John Murray Press officially launched The Future Bookshelf initiative. The Future Bookshelf is a creative writing hub for…

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Crime Justice and Forgiveness at Chipping Campden Literary Festival 2017

Chipping Campden Literature Festival, the independent literary festival,  runs from 9th-14th May 2017 Vicky Bennett, artistic director of the 2017 Chipping Campden Literature Festival, says: “ For the eighth independent…

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Successful applicants announced for new fund that supports innovative activity in England’s public libraries

Literature Works is delighted to be working with with Bournemouth Library Service, The Reader and Read South West to create a digital app which will address disadvantage in literacy and digital skills across the South West.

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Milestones International Poetry Competition Launches Today with £500 First Prize

Forget your satnavs. Years before electronic gizmos those funny-looking bits of stone at the roadside told generations of walkers, and drivers of packhorses, carts, stagecoaches, cars and lorries how many…

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