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James Mullinger Performs His Hit Stand-Up Show About Feminism For One Night Only In Aid Of East London Fawcett

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A vivid tale of three lives in Hitler’s Berlin and Gandhi’s India

Posted in Words on 10 Jun 2013 • Print This PostRead More...

Scottish writer and author of ‘The Wasp Factory’, Iain Banks, has died at 59 after he recently announced he was suffering from inoperable cancer.

Posted in Words on 5 Jun 2013 • Print This PostRead More...

We catch up with Howard Marks aka Mr Nice to discuss writing fiction, staying high and having no regrets.

Posted in Words on 13 May 2013 • Print This PostRead More...

Tom Ward is a prize-winning journalist and according to Tony Parsons ‘quite possibly the best young writer in the country’. Check out his brilliant debut novel, ‘A Departure’.

Posted in Words on 8 May 2013 • Print This PostRead More...

“My heart aches, for you do not seem to know / The worth of that subtle inner star. / If only you could see the lovely one / Who lies prostrate in who you think you are.”

Posted in Words on 29 Apr 2013 • Print This PostRead More...

Intriguing Interviews, Riveting Talks And Dynamic Spoken Word head to Lulworth Castle this summer

Posted in Shredder, Words on 21 Nov 2012 • Print This PostRead More...

Grammatical glitches make your writing harder to read, and they turn readers off.

Posted in Words on 20 Nov 2012 • Print This PostRead More...

Have you ever read a book that moves you so much that you have to put it down for a while?

Posted in Words on 7 Aug 2012 • Print This PostRead More...

A journey through modern India

 

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