We’ve got a few facts about The Ways With Words festival of words and ideas at Dartington, Devon from July 6 to 16
Rediscovered in the Beatnick era, Emily Dickinson’s poetry broke new ground, but her life story has been surrounded by secrets and lies, Helen Tope looks at the enigmatic literary figure
Plymouth Univeristy student’s designs to be the image of the Plymouth International Book Festival
Devon-based students can win a bursary to attend the literary festival Ways With Words
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The Ways With Words literary festival will celebrate it’s 20th anniversary with its biggest ever festival. Among the line-up of over 160 events will be: Marcus Brigstocke, James Naughtie, Melvyn Bragg, Alan Hollinghurst, Maureen Lipman, Ben Okri Karen Armstrong, Harry Hill, Robert Winston, Howard Marks, Margaret Drabble, Douglas Hurd, Shirley Williams, Shappi Khorsandi, AC Grayling
Writing courses at Falmouth Uni for novelists, screenwriters, journalists, non-fiction authors and copywriters will take place in three short courses in July
Polly Fields has picked up one of only five International Committee of the Red Cross Young Reporters Awards for a piece produced as part of her masters degree, which she took at Falmouth University.
Professor Ilan Pappe, an acclaimed political historian from Exeter University and expert on Palestinian-Israeli relations, has recently published challenging books on the issue, which cover historiography, moral commitment and fiction.
As part of the EXEtreme Imagination Children and Young People’s Literature festival a new piece of music for choirs, based on poems from young people across Devon will premiere at the Exeter Northcott Theatre
Four acclaimed Romanian authors will be in Plymouth in November to launch new books in the award winning series revealing the country’s journey from the aftermath of the First World War to the development of Ceausescu’s communism
Plymouth writer Helen Tope takes a look at the life of Beryl Bainbridge
Ways With Words literary festival at Dartington includes literary titans, comedians, economists, environmentalists, historians, Turner prize-winning artists, sports legends and politicians.
Ways with Words, the literary festival at Dartington is offering Devon-based students a free bursary to attend the festival of of words and ideas.
Phillip Pulman will speak at a public lecture at Exeter University about about the ways in which we read, and the connection between stories and pictures. He’sin town to pick up an Honorary Degree from Exeter University