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East Anglian Daily Times
Author Victoria Hislop has brought Suffolk to the pages of a book for the first time.
Maxine Reynolds' passion for Venetian rowing has brought Woodbridge Boatyard to the aid of Venice's ailing traditional boatbuilding industry.
Author Rachel Joyce's much-loved character has made it onto film and inspired two more books, ending Rachel's own personal journey...well, almost.
Catherine Larner meets the thespians who travel by bike and boat to bring theatre to local audiences all over the country.
Catherine Larner speaks to established printmaker Angela Harding about how her familiar works of natural wonder come to life, then take flight into the wider world.
A group of young sailors from Suffolk are starting 2023 as world champions, winning a thrilling competition in Australia.
Award-winning crime writer Ann Cleeves, creator of much-loved TV detective Vera Stanhope, heads to Southwold this month, the home of crime fiction, with revelations of her latest mystery.
Marianne McNamara captains the Mikron Theatre Company which has been touring British waterways by narrowboat for 50 years.
Abbey 1000 gets underway in Bury St Edmunds this month - celebrations will recreate the journeys of pilgrims to the tow and the monks who lived there more than 1,000 years ago.
Artist and book illustrator Angela Harding has a clinker sailing yacht and a love of the wilder coast.
Printmaker Angela Harding's beautiful and evocative illustrations of the natural world, inspired by annual sailing trips around Suffolk's coast and rivers, are favourite choices for everything from book covers to journals, calendars and tea towels.
Aldeburgh-based illustrator Astra Taylor-Todd has forged a brilliant new career creating children's books inspired by her global travels and an 1,800 mile trek across America.
The latest titles, awards and news - including children's writers AM Howell and Astra Taylor-Todd and histories of Waldringfield and Ramsholt.
Carol Drinkwater became a household name as the TV wife of a Yorkshire vet. These days she's a bestselling novelist and will be speaking from her home in France for Felixstowe's online book festival.
Bury St Edmunds has big plans to celebrate the millennium of its ancient abbey at the heart of the town's identity.