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Young People's Voices Throughout the Programme for Children

Young People's Voices Throughout the Programme for Children
Thursday 7 June

Over 200 events for children and young people across the Baillie Gifford Children’s Programme, featuring some of the most exciting writers and illustrators for young people…

Freedom to Think at the Edinburgh International Book Festival

Freedom to Think at the Edinburgh International Book Festival
Thursday 7 June

Authors, participants and audiences will consider the importance of freedom in a world where democracy and capitalism, long the staples of western society, are being brought into question…

Rehearsed Reading of Muriel Spark's Doctors of Philosophy To Be Presented at 2018 Book Festival

Rehearsed Reading of Muriel Spark's Doctors of Philosophy To Be Presented at 2018 Book Festival
Wednesday 30 May

Today, we announced that Doctors of Philosophy, Muriel Spark’s only work written specifically for the stage, will be presented in its entirety as a one-off rehearsed reading at the Book Festival in August, in partnership with the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh…

ReimagiNation: Glenrothes Hailed a Great Success

ReimagiNation: Glenrothes Hailed a Great Success
Monday 21 May

ReimagiNation: Glenrothes took over the Rothes Halls last week welcoming pupils from primary and secondary schools from across Fife, sold out audiences for Fife’s own Queen of Crime, Val McDermid and for author and TV presenter Sally Magnusson, and a…

‘How to Read a Novel’ Online Course 2018 Announced by Book Festival and the University of Edinburgh

‘How to Read a Novel’ Online Course 2018 Announced by Book Festival and the University of Edinburgh
Thursday 29 March

The Massive Open Online Course (or MOOC), ‘How to Read a Novel’, takes readers on an insightful journey, giving them the tools to appreciate works of fiction and examine what makes a good novel. The course draws on the novels shortlisted for the 2018 James Tait Black Prize for Fiction…

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