Articles published in suffolk

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March 2019
Suffolk
Sophie Green has not one, but two dream occupations and, for the moment she's having to do both at the same time.
March 2019
Suffolk
Julia Blackburn talks about her latest book about ancient Doggerland, between Britain and Europe.
February 2019
Suffolk
Cartoonist Posy Simmonds is heading to Aldeburgh
February 2019
Suffolk
Diarmaid MacCulloch brings his substantial new biography of Thomas Cromwell to Aldeburgh Literary Festival
January 2019
EADT
Catherine Larner shares news of upcoming book events in Woodbridge
January 2019
Suffolk
Ever wondered about those strange blocks of concrete littered along Suffolk's coast? A new book explores the county's defensive role in the Second World War.
December 2018
Suffolk
Painter Maggi Hambling has produced a book dedicated to her father Harry's own artistic endeavour
December 2018
Suffolk
It's Christmas, it's yet another irreverent Eastern Angles festive show, and it's a horror spoof...anything could happen
November 2018
Bury & West Suffolk Magazine
The talking, walking television presenter Kate Humble comes to Suffolk this month to promote a new book and encourage us to embrace the great outdoors
November 2018
Suffolk
Kate Humble, television presenter, environmentalist, and now author of a book on the benefits of walking, returns to Suffolk to spread the word.
October 2018
Bury & West Suffolk Magazine
Catherine Larner talks to children's author and artist James Mayhew ahead of his visit to the Lavenham Children's Festival
October 2018
Suffolk
Publisher and editor, Liz Calder has launched the careers of some of the greatest names in modern literature. Oh, and created the very successful Flipside Festival at Snape Maltings...
October 2018
Suffolk
Catherine Larner talks to Suffolk's Zeb Soanes and James Mayhew, creators of 'Gaspard the Fox', ahead of their visit to Lavenham Children's Festival
September 2018
Suffolk
Barrister Sarah Langford hopes her fictionalised accounts of some of the challenging cases she's defended will give people a deeper understanding of the justice system
August 2018
Living in Woodbridge
Catherine Larner provides a sneaky peek of literary peeps coming to town

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