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  • 'Cloud Atlas' author to translate Japanese novel

    Helen Clifford, 01 Mar 2013

    David Mitchell, whose bestselling novel 'Cloud Atlas' has recently been turned into a popular film, is to co-release a new book that he and his wife have translated

    Page 01 Mar 2013

  • Library delivery service to launch in Brighton

    Emily Delchar, 28 Feb 2013

    With budget cuts threatening the future of libraries in a number of counties across the UK, Brighton and Hove Council has come up with a new solution which could

    Page 28 Feb 2013

  • Norfolk libraries 'go to the movies'

    Emily Delchar, 27 Feb 2013

    Following the success of Ang Lee's film adaptation of Yann Martel's 'The Life of Pi' at the Oscars last weekend, libraries across Norfolk will be attempting to use

    Page 27 Feb 2013

  • Graphic novels 'inspiring India's young adults to start reading'

    Helen Clifford, 25 Feb 2013

    The rising popularity of graphic novels and comic books in India is acting as a major driving force in getting more young adults into reading, according to a

    Page 25 Feb 2013

  • Germany set for new e-book project

    Emily Delchar, 26 Feb 2013

    As booksellers around the world struggle to cope with the power of the large online retailers such as Amazon, collaboration between smaller companies and high

    Page 26 Feb 2013

  • Creative writing to be offered at A-Level

    Emily Delchar, 22 Feb 2013

    The British literary tradition has produced some of the world's best-loved authors, playwrights and poets down the years, and it looks as though that could well

    Page 22 Feb 2013

  • Guilty pleasures could keep libraries in business

    Helen Clifford, 20 Feb 2013

    Libraries across the UK have been suffering in recent times as a result of funding cuts and decreasing visitor numbers, although a new trend appears to be emerging

    Page 20 Feb 2013

  • New Murakami book to be released in April

    Helen Clifford, 20 Feb 2013

    Japanese author Haruki Murakami is known for his reluctance to give interviews or press conferences, which is why it comes as no surprise that he has chosen to

    Page 20 Feb 2013

  • Paper books to retain their place in Russian's hearts

    Helen Clifford, 14 Feb 2013

    Despite the growing global popularity of e-books and other digital media formats, Russian literary experts are predicting paper books to remain popular in the future,

    Page 14 Feb 2013

  • Brand new literary festival launches in Congo

    Helen Clifford, 13 Feb 2013

    Today (February 13th) sees the launch of the inaugural 'Brazzaville' literary and film festival in Congo's Palais de Congres.   The event has been organised by Etonnants

    Page 13 Feb 2013

  • New 'Woman in Black' book set for release

    Helen Clifford, 13 Feb 2013

    Susan Hill's popular horror story 'The Woman in Black' is to make a return this year with the release of a sequel entitled 'The Woman in Black: Angel of

    Page 13 Feb 2013

  • Good turnout for National Libraries Day

    Helen Clifford, 12 Feb 2013

    National Libraries Day, which took place this past Saturday (February 9th), has been hailed as a success by ministers and reading institutions across the

    Page 12 Feb 2013

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