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February 2024
Suffolk
It's the most important question for Lee Child, creator of the ever-popular Jack Reacher novels, film and TV series. He may get some answers this month as he e-meets his audience in the Suffolk Libraries Online Book Festival
January 2024
Shetland Wool Adventures Journal
The renowned printmaker Angela Harding's creative journey unfolds in the captivating landscapes of the British Isles, including a recent residency in Fair Isle.
December 2023
Suffolk
Surely there's nothing better than a book at Christmas...peeling away the wrapping, sweeping your hand across the jacket, and turning to the first page knowing there are hours of pleasure ahead.
November 2023
Suffolk
Award-winning John Boyne heads an eclectic line-up of authors you can meet as Southwold Literary Festival makes a welcome return this month.
October 2023
East Anglian Daily Times
BBC Countryfile presenter Adam Henson is coming to Woodbridge in November and will open up about what does on behind the scenes of his life in farming.
October 2023
East Anglian Daily Times
Author Victoria Hislop has brought Suffolk to the pages of a book for the first time.
October 2023
Woman Alive
Rev Kate Bottley spoke with Catherine Larner about getting older, being on TV, writing a book, and the freedom of wearing a dog collar.
October 2023
Suffolk
Suffolk author Helen Macdonald's new book is a sassy modern sci-fi fantasy thriller inspired partly by the county's US Air Force presence.
October 2023
Suffolk
Felix Francis grew up fully immersed in his famous father's racing and writing career. Now, after decades of doing just about anything else, he's created his own brand of 'Dick Francis' novel.
September 2023
Suffolk
It's been a tumultuous few years for Richard Coles. Now, after radio, TV and the church, he's forging a new life as a writer of crime fiction.
August 2023
This England
Catherine Larner meets printmaker Angela Harding, who specialises in exquisite landscapes and animal portraits.
August 2023
Suffolk
Bramfield will no longer be a village without a green, thanks to determined villagers and help from an Oscar-winning storyteller.
August 2023
Suffolk
Author Kate Worsley's new novel is a story of human struggle set against the backdrop of the Land Settlement Association community in Suffolk.
July 2023
Suffolk
In her acclaimed debut novel, Margaret Meyer set out to show the courage and strength of the inspirational women at the centre of East Anglia's 17th century witch hunts
June 2023
Country Life
'If we don't have it, you don't need it': an Aladdin's cave of useful items, the local hardware store is the shop that time forgot, finds Catherine Larner

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