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Links We Liked for 29 February, 2008

Maybe the sky is falling in. If it isn't it certainly looks as if the landscape for bookish debate--and for…

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Publications

The Reader Office: Flooded by Tea and the BBC

"Jen! Can you come downstairs and carry some things up to the office for me? I'll be outside in twenty…

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Shared Reading

Liverpool Reads … Mal Peet: New Website

Bea Colley writes: Exciting news! The Liverpool Reads... Mal Peet website has just gone live. Please take a look: www.liverpoolreads.com

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Shared Reading

Links We Liked for 9 February 2008

Literary blogs seem to be taking over from the regular book review pages. In terms of the sheer number of…

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Publications

Liverpool Reads … Mal Peet

Bea Colley, Liverpool Reads coordinator writes: 2008 is the National Year of Reading as well as Liverpool’s year as European…

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Shared Reading

Links We Liked for 24 January, 2008

It's been a difficult week for me so far, trying to finish off a book and start teaching again, with…

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Shared Reading

Links We Liked for 4 January 2008

As we wind back up to full speed after too many weeks of doing 'naff all' (a technical marketing term…

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Calderstones

Reader event: Penny Readings

Penny Readings St. George's Hall, Liverpool December 9th, 2007 By Chris High In the annual Penny Readings, now in its…

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Literature

The Temple of Serendipity

Brad Bigelow recalls skipping classes to go to the library. Somewhere around my third week in college I looked up…

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Shared Reading

Links We Liked for December 6, 2007

In a story that should really be tagged 'Gouranga' Inside Higher Ed reports that literary graffitti has been appearing at…

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Calderstones

Reader event: The Penny Readings

On the evening of Sunday 9th December, at St George's Hall in Liverpool, The Reader is hosting its fourth annual Penny Readings…

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Shared Reading

Links We Liked for 16 November 2007

It's been a rough week on writers. First there was Norman Mailer, then Ira Levin. The death of Mailer, as…

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