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5 Books that Changed the Way I Think by Helen Smith

It’s fascinating to spend time thinking about books and the impact they have had on us. How a book has changed the way we think, impacted our perceptions or revolutionised how we ourselves write about the world we inhabit. Hay … Continue reading

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‘More Fiya’, including Kandace Siobhan Walker and a Poem by Ange Grunsell

As we take our ease from all the excitement of Hay Festival and stretch out to enjoy a few days of glorious summer weather. The evenings are light, long and balmy, filled with flitting birds and the distant sound of … Continue reading

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Gladstone’s Library Reading Rooms, March 2022

by Emma van Woerkom Silence is Golden It is always a treat to spend many hours in the quiet company of books. Needless to say, my visit to Gladstone‚Äôs Library has been nothing short of a revelation. Not only are … Continue reading

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