The Reader Organisation is pioneering the movement of shared reading as a practical way of improving wellbeing, building stronger communities and extending reading pleasure.
We've launched our online fundraising appeal to raise funds to build a home for shared reading at Calderstones Mansion House - you can donate from £5
Mark the centenary of the start of WW1 with our new poetry anthology, edited by Brian Nellist
Find shelter, explore a classic novel and discover a magical world of storytelling in our new programme of Short Courses
Read an exclusive online serial by award winning author Frank Cottrell Boyce, released in monthly instalments
The Reader Organisation are official partners of plans to transform Liverpool into the UK's foremost reading city
See how cutting-edge research is demonstrating that reading really does make a difference.
We get great literature off the shelves and into the hands of people who need it, from all walks of life. Reading together creates shared experiences, helping us to engage and connect.
Our weekly shared reading groups run in a range of settings around the UK, connecting people through great literature which is read aloud and discussed.
From our national conference to the Penny Readings, our programme of events bring people together and literature to life.
Our courses give individuals and organisations the skills to deliver their own shared reading groups based on our best practice and years of experience.
Discover how you can be part of the Reading Revolution by working with us in a number of different ways.
The Reader Magazine is the written voice of the Reading Revolution
Share the joy of reading aloud with our poetry and short story anthologies
We have established the movement of shared reading as a practical way to increase wellbeing, extend reading pleasure and foster social inclusion. We are an award-winning social enterprise with a strong partnership track record of reaching a wide range of people.
Some of our Readers have shared their own stories about what their reading group means to them.
Find out how our Reading Revolution burst to life in the words of our Director, Jane.
Meet the people behind the books – our dedicated team working to bring people and literature together.
Wonderful commitment shown today from Libraries, Public Health & Arts Council England to enable reading to help those living with dementia. - 3h ago
#ReadingWelldementia Director of Research, Debbie Hicks, on the importance of personal insight & integrated care. http://t.co/OxeA0wB5LD - 3h ago
Featured Poem: Stepping Westward by William Wordsworth: We’re at the start of another week, so time for anothe... bit.ly/1ylyzxW - 4h ago
Dr.Charles Alessi,Public Health England Lead,Dementia "we need to develop something that will give our children hope" http://t.co/1BoG1Lg1mK - 4h ago
If you have any suggestions on how we can enhance the Reader experience for you, please get in touch by filling out our quick form. Thank you.