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I’ve listed all the information not categorised under Interviews or Events so it’s easier to find stuff. Hope you enjoy it.

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Inua Ellams Word Slaps The NT

The Unmasking of Belle de Jour

Tiffany!!

A Poem For Your Monday Morning

The Holy Grail of Books, Innit

Belinda Zhawi: Poetry

Finally There’s A Bloody Backlash

Man Booker Prize Announced 2009

The Breathing Wall: Breaking Out From Beyond The Page

It’s Not All About Cute Pokemon

A Poem In My Honour

In The Playground: Microsoft v Google

One Taste Tantalize Your Tastebuds

Surprising Hit: Denis Robert

The Lost Symbol Dan Brown’s Winning Formula

Obama Interrupted

Writer’s Block 20.09.2009

Man Booker Prize Shortlist Announced

Spit Dem Lityrics: Shakespeare is Like, Well Alive

Really Funny Spin On Twilight: Like Oh My God

Let’s Clear Something Up

Tunes

Jessica Rabbit: Fancying a Cartoon Is Just. Wrong. But Oh So Right

Seasick Steve:  The Song And Dance Man

Death Cab: New Moon Soundtrack

Little Lion Man: Little Lions, Man

Eric Bibb: A Guitar and One Hell of A Voice

Pete Doherty: He’s Not Just Kate Moss’ Boyfriend, Really

Krystal Warren: The Legend That is Krystle Warren

Quote Of The Day

D.H Lawrence: Lady Chatterley’s Lover

Edward Newton

Reviews

by Sheena

Giles Andreae & David Wojtowycz: The Pop Up Dinosaurs Galore

Pat Barker: Regeneration

James Baldwin: Giovanni’s Room

F. Scott Fitzgerald: The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

Harvard Lampoon: Nightlight, A Parody

Michael Jackson: Moonwalk

Lisa Jewell: The Truth About Melody Browne

Belle de Jour: The Intimate Adventures of A London Call Girl

Jhumpa Lahiri: Unaccustomed Earth

Jhumpa Lahiri: The Interpreter of Maladies

Frank McCourt: Tis

Alain Mabanckou: Broken Glass

Stephenie Meyer: Twilight

Tony Parsons: Man and Wife

Denis Robert: Happiness

Charlotte Roche: Wetlands

Nick Sharratt: Super, Shiny Robots

Bernard Schlink: The Reader

Junichiro Tanizaki: Naomi

Alex Wheatle: The Dirty South

Ramsay Wood: The Fables of Kalila and Dimna

Richard Wrangham: Catching Fire How Cooking Made Us Human

by Lisa

Frederik Peters: Blue Pills

Mitch Albom: For One More Day

Haruki Murakami: Birthday Stories

by Tara

Maurice Sendak: Where The Wild Things Are

by Lianne

Fyodor Dostoyevsky: Crime and Punishment

by Anne

From Beijing to Heathlow – One Woman’s Journey Of Self-Discovery

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