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With the York Antiquarian Book Fair starting today, two days filled with books lie in front of our feet.
Selby’s Christina Gabbitas is one of the three authors chosen for the Children’s division of the The People’s Book Prize’s Summer collection.
A work of fiction with a grain of fact, short stories are being dropped everywhere contained in envelopes marked READ ME – in art galleries, in bus stops, in shopping centres, even in the crevices of trees.
York-based Sophie Nicholls is an Amazon UK bestselling author and award winning poet, she today releases her new book 37…
In recognition of his huge contributions to poetry, it is hoped that the former Poet Laureate Ted Hughes will be commemorated with a bronze sculpture in his former home village of Mexborough.
As Yorkshire Day approaches, we consider York’s significance in classic English Literature.
York author Sophie Coulombeau has won a prestigious Northern Writers’ Award to develop and finish her second novel. This evening’s ceremony sees Coulombeau’s recognition go from strength to strength.
This summer a group of students and staff from the Centre for Applied Human Rights will host a human rights book club exclusive to the city of York.
Roger Carsley appraises local poet Steve Nash’s much-anticipated poetry collection Taking The Long Way Home, published recently by Stairwell Books.
Friday the 17th of May saw The Royal Society of Young People announce the shortlist for their Young People’s Book…
“Showcasing the books of professional authors writing in the historic city of York”; this is the premise of York Authors,…
We chat to comedy writer and musician Tony Hawks ahead of his live Q&A screening at City Screen this Wednesday.
Did you know this week is National Storytelling Week?
Here’s the view from the audience at this week’s instalment of the Script Factor scriptwriting competition at The Basement.
Today we met with writer Jessica Meats, who’s self-publishing her latest novella, Codename Omega: Omega Rising.
Let John Donnelly introduce you to the greatest genius of modern magic-realist literature.