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18/08/2014 by Sarah Shaffi
Audrey Niffenegger is writing a sequel to her best-selling debut novel The Time Traveler’s Wife.
01/08/2014 by Anna James
Booktrust has just announced their latest writer in residence as Philip Ardagh, author of over sixty books for children, including Grubtown Tales which won the Roald Dahl Funny Prize in 2009.
23/01/2013 by Janet Leigh
Daniel Radcliffe is playing the poet Allen Ginsberg in the Sundance-premiered independent thriller Kill Your Darlings
23/01/2013 by Stacey Bartlett
Hilary Mantel's Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies will be adapted for the stage this winter by the Royal Shakespeare Company
22/01/2013 by Janet Leigh
Rolling Stones' and Mike Skinner's memoirs nominated by NME
18/01/2013 by Joshua Farrington
A poet collector is selling his collection worth half a million pounds that includes handwritten work by John Keats, Robert Burns, W.H. Auden and Ted Hughes
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