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Designing Your Life: Build a life that works for you by Bill Burnett & Dave Evans (Chatto & Windus £14.99) is published on 15 September, with a series of UK events and author appearances planned around for launch.
Today, Thursday 25 September 2016, Text Publishing has launched Inbetween Days by Vikki Wakefield into the UK market.
America Uncovered and Millennial Lives are the festival's main themes, with appearances from American Ambassador Matthew Barzun, Oliver Stone, Karl Ove Knausgaard, Ian McEwan, Alan Cumming, Cheryl Strayed, PJ O’Rourke, Lionel Shriver, Jonathan Safran Foer, Teju Cole, Michael Connelly, Ed Balls, Ken Clarke, Graham Swift, Sebastian Faulks, Edna O’Brien, Clare Balding, Jilly Cooper, Armando Iannucci, Wilko Johnson, Simon Armitage, Joe Wicks, Deliciously Ella, Joey Barton, Vivienne Westwood, Chris Riddell, Dame Jacqueline Wilson and Chris Hadfield. Plus: comedians Alan Carr, Sara Pascoe and Alexei Sayle, and illusionist Derren Brown
Today, Sunday 14 August, 2016 the full-length official book trailer for The Protector, the new novel from #1 New York Times best selling and Sunday Times best selling author was launched:
The Outrun (Canongate), Amy Liptrot’s debut account of reconnecting with her native Orkney, has been named winner of The Wainwright Golden Beer Prize 2016, a £5,000 award to celebrate the best UK nature and travel writing.
The shortlist for the Polari First Book Prize was announced last night (Thursday 28 July, 2016) at the Polari Literary Salon in London’s Southbank Centre by founder and chair of judges Paul Burston.
For every copy of refugee story The Bone Sparrow sold in the UK, a book will be donated to a refugee child
National Poetry Day launches ‘Messages’ theme with spectacular balloon machine releasing poetic messages from London’s National Theatre