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Carving out a niche

Carving out a niche

Carving out a niche

The world-renowned Kindersley Workshop in Cambridge launches two new books about their work in gardens and wild spaces


Lift-off for literary festival

Lift-off for literary festival

Lift-off for literary festival

Cambridge Literary Festival launched its spring programme with an event featuring local authors Bee Wilson and Jill Dawson


New book explores the work of church artist Charles Eamer Kempe and his Cambridge connections

New book explores the work of church artist Charles Eamer Kempe and his Cambridge connections

New book explores the work of church artist Charles Eamer Kempe and his Cambridge connections

Written by Adrian Barlow, the subject of Espying Heaven is the Victorian stained-glass window artist and the team he led and inspired


Lecturer pens hit novel about Sherlock's rival detective

Lecturer pens hit novel about Sherlock's rival detective

Lecturer pens hit novel about Sherlock's rival detective

Psychology lecturer Mick Finlay is returning to the dangerous streets of Victorian London for the follow-up to his hit novel Arrowood.


Murder under the Mistletoe at Heffer's

Murder under the Mistletoe at Heffer's

Murder under the Mistletoe at Heffer's

As the wind whips through the frosty streets, a gathering of some of the country’s most murderous imaginations is about to chill the blood further.


Writer Emma Mitchell discusses ‘The Wild Remedy - How Nature Mends Us’

Writer Emma Mitchell discusses ‘The Wild Remedy - How Nature Mends Us’

Writer Emma Mitchell discusses ‘The Wild Remedy - How Nature Mends Us’

When her depression became overwhelming, the Cambridgeshire nature writer discovered the curative power of walking in wild places to lift her mood


The secrets behind the success of bestselling crime fiction

The secrets behind the success of bestselling crime fiction

The secrets behind the success of bestselling crime fiction

A panel of ‘killer women’ crime writers are discussing the the secrets of the genre’s success


Novelist to record history of barracks site

Novelist to record history of barracks site

Novelist to record history of barracks site

A local novelist has been awarded a grant to document the history of a former barracks before its possible development into a new town


Ever wondered how to write a novel?

Ever wondered how to write a novel?

Ever wondered how to write a novel?

A one day festival advising aspiring writers how to pen a bestseller looks set to answer all those burning questions.


Win a ticket to a fiction festival

Win a ticket to a fiction festival

Win a ticket to a fiction festival

Lucy Cavendish College is launching its first ever Fiction Prize Festival – and we have a ticket to give away to the whole event.


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