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Monocle - The Summer Weekly leads its second edition with an investigation into the Canary Islands’ role as a gateway to business in Africa, an interview with the Turkish opposition leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu, and a visit to Paris in preparation for the 2024 Olympics.
The Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards return for their sixth year to celebrate the world’s best data visualisations, infographics, interactives and information art.
Cheeselog (a woodlouse), to geg in (to butt in) and fam (meaning a familiar form of address for a friend) are among the distinctive local words that will be immortalised in 12 specially commissioned poems for this year’s National Poetry Day.
Global media enterprise MONOCLE embarks on its “latest adventure in ink and paper” today with the launch of a new printed newspaper.
Val McDermid, Anthony Horowitz and Martina Cole amongst killer line-up at Noirwich Crime Writing Festival
The shortlist for the Polari First Book Prize was announced last night at the Polari Literary Salon in London’s Southbank Centre.
Historians and authors Amanda Foreman, Roy Foster, Rana Mitter, and Jeffrey Simpson join Margaret MacMillan to judge McGill’s relaunched prize
The shortlists for Britain’s most coveted poetry awards – the Forward Prizes for Poetry – are announced today by jury chair Andrew Marr.
The longlist for the Polari First Book Prize was announced tonight at the Polari Literary Salon in London’s Southbank Centre.
Patrice Lawrence was today announced as the winner of The Bookseller’s YA Book Prize for Orangeboy, published by Hodder Children’s Books.