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Interview: Grace Keane, programme manager at the Durham Book Festival

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What is it like to hold a whole book festival online? Is it more inclusive? Cheaper? What do audiences think? We've interviewed Grace Keane, a programme manager at the Durham Book...

Bernardine Evaristo slams academics who prioritise “whiteness and maleness”

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Louise Cusine discusses the Booker Prize winner's latest comments on the exclusionary literary and academic landscape ...

Uplifting books to get you reading again

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Our writers' discuss some of their favourite, uplifting books to get you reading through the summer......

The Courier: 14 days of sport – day nine

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For Day 9 of our sports challenge, the prompt was 'Best atmosphere ever witnessed'...

Interview: the creator of Women’s Writes

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Sophie Wilson talks feminism, literature and business with former Newcastle University student Sophie McDermott. ...

Go away. I’m reading

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Olivia Blackham recommends three books which are the ideal reads for lockdown. ...

Buckle up it’s book club

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Travel Editor Meggie Williams covers the resurgence of reading groups...

My Therapy: Reading

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For me, if something is to be considered therapeutic, it has to be a form of escape. It has to be something that occupies me entirely, and allows me to switch off from the outside...

Holiday read review: Poems to Live Your Life By

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Lily Hopkins writes about one of her favourite holiday reads- Chris Riddell's Poems to Live Your Life....

Summer Festival Spotlight: Reading and Leeds

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Music Editor Charlotte Boulton previews this year's Reading and Leeds festival which looks to be a return to form....