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Gimbal Wizard: On Comma Press’ Literary App

  Devised by Comma Press and Literature Across Frontiers, Gimbal is a literary app like no other. Combining the fruits of the LAF’s ‘Tramlines’ project and the best of Comma’s ‘Reading the City’ commissions, the app aims to pair readers with short stories (in text and audio formats) by leading international authors. The Literateur asked three of its writers to road test the app and see … Continue reading Gimbal Wizard: On Comma Press’ Literary App

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Report: Faber Poets at Dulwich Books: Christopher Reid and Sam Riviere

Faber Poets at Dulwich Books: Christopher Reid and Sam Riviere Tuesday 23rd October, 7.30 pm (www.dulwichbooks.co.uk) Julia Askew If a little bookshop in West Dulwich is not much associated in your mind with exciting literary events, it should be. Dulwich Books won London’s Independent Bookshop of the Year thanks in part to the many literary events they host, and last night was of particular interest … Continue reading Report: Faber Poets at Dulwich Books: Christopher Reid and Sam Riviere

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Carcanet New Poetries V – A Year On

Report: Carcanet New Poetries V – A Year On Reading at the London Review Bookshop 26th September 2012-10-01 Report by George Potts It’s a rare occasion when a poetry anthology has a launch party, let alone a further event to celebrate the one-year anniversary of its launch. Yet the quality of Carcanet’s New Poetries V – bringing together the work of 22 poets from across … Continue reading Carcanet New Poetries V – A Year On

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Preview: The Soho Literary Festival

Report by Imogen Greenhalgh With the opening of the inaugural Soho Literary Festival fast approaching, finding a moment to speak to the organiser, Claire Daly, wasn’t easy. Based at the Soho Theatre in Dean Street, the festival boasts almost 40 separate events and performances, which are taking place on the weekend of the 23rd-25th of September. Behind each one of these events is the hard … Continue reading Preview: The Soho Literary Festival