Archive for July 2016

In different ways, Harriet Martineau and Linton Kwesi Johnson both use their art to give unheard or unfamiliar voices a platform. In recognition of this, members of the Norwich Int...

In different ways, Harriet Martineau and Linton Kwesi Johnson both use their art to give unheard or unfamiliar voices a platform. In recognition of this, members of the Norwich Int...

Enjoy a recording from an event with Brave New Reads author Simon Van Booy, where he discusses his writing process, libraries and the art of finding ideas.

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Martin Figura turns to Sir Erik Christopher Zeeman’s Catastrophe Machine, the moon and photographs to help him sort out love, loss and when to let go. Is there an equation for love...

With 350,000 inhabitants, Dadaab Refugee Camp is the largest in the world. Ben Rawlence reads from City of Thorns, a unique account of his four years spent getting to know this ext...

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