Category Archives: Literature

LET’S GET LITERARY: MARCH

SIMON ARMITAGE, CAROL ANNE DUFFY, HELEN DUMMORE, SEAMUS HEANEY, MICHAEL LONGLEY CELEBRATING ENITHARMON PRESS QUEEN ELIZABETH HALL 21ST MARCH 7:00PM CELEBRATING A PUBLISHER THAT ‘HAS DEDICATEDLY AND BRILLIANTLY MADE A SUCCESS OF THAT SHARPLY ENDANGERED SPECIES, THE INDEPENDENT PUBLISHER’- MARINA … Continue reading

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LET’S GET LITERARY: FEBRUARY

GRANTA 118: EXIT STRATEGIES – THE LONDON LAUNCH THE GALLERY AT FOYLES, 6.30 p.m. 2ND FEB http://www.granta.com/Events/UK LITERARY SALON SHOREDITCH HOUSE 8TH FEB, 7.00 p.m. http://www.shoreditchhouse.com/ THE BOOK STOPS HERE KATY DARBY, THE WHORES ASYLUM / OLIVIA LAING, TO THE … Continue reading

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LET’S GET LITERARY: JANUARY

CHARACTER THROUGH DRAMA YOUR BEST CHARACTERS ARE COMPLEX, THREE-DIMENSIONAL PEOPLE, BUT YOU CAN’T SHOW ALL ASPECTS OF THEIR PERSONALITIES AT ONCE SOUTHBANK CENTRE CREATIVE WRITING SCHOOL 10TH JAN, 6.30PM http://ticketing.southbankcentre.co.uk/find/literature-spoken-word/tickets/southbank-centre-creative-writing-school-62315 – T.S. ELIOT PRIZE READINGS SHORTLISTED POETS WILL READ FROM … Continue reading

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EROTICA AND PORN: Choose your differences

“When I saw him look at me with lust, I dropped my eyes but, in glancing away from him, I caught sight of myself in the mirror. And I saw myself, suddenly, as he saw me, my pale face, the … Continue reading

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THE SEX LIVES OF AFRICAN GIRLS

Granta 115: The F Word investigates Feminism and its power to transcend the ideal of femininity and the social constructed gender binaries. The magazine attempts to use literature, memoirs and photography as a platform from which to complicate and renegotiate … Continue reading

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