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Calling all poets: London anthology project now open for submissions

Calling all poets, budding writers, and London goers: a very special London-themed poetry…

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Book Review: The Little Red Chairs by Edna O’Brien

The Little Red Chairs is currently the book of the month at Waterstones and is certainly having a…

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Eight books to read about mental health 

Eight books to read about mental health

One of the things that I love the most about reading is that it absolutely has the power to change…

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Book review: Moranifesto by Caitlin Moran

If you’re reading this and thinking ‘who on earth is Caitlin Moran?’, then seriously, where have…

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Five books to read during the spring holiday

Between the stress of essay deadlines and the looming prospect of exams, the spring holiday can be…

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Five Canterbury reading spots to visit this spring

The sunshine might be sparing, but spring has to be around the corner! For any bookworms, this…

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The Legacy of Harper Lee

On 19 February, Harper Lee, author of To Kill a Mockingbird passed away. The impact of Lee and her…

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