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  1. Commonwealth Voices: Scottish Writer Martin MacIntyre

    General, Project News

    07.04.2014

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    Martin MacIntyre on the rich seam of oral culture in the Gaelic language

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  2. Commonwealth Voices: Antiguan Writer Joanne C Hillhouse

    General, Project News

    07.04.2014

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    Talking Change, Adventure and Challenges with Joanne C Hillhouse

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  3. And they're off! Rachel McCrum heads to South Africa

    Project News, What we're doing, Partner Spotlight

    18.02.2014

    Rachel McCrum at InZync Poetry Session, Stellenbosch

    February sees the British Council and the Scottish Poetry Library launch an exciting new project for the Commonwealth Games: Commonwealth Poets United. First up, Rachel McCrum travels to Jo'burg and Cape Town to meet South African poet Toni Stuart.

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  4. Reporting back from Berlin: Shakespeare - Our Contemporary?

    Project News

    05.02.2014

    Books

    Held in the head quarters of Bertelsmann, the German media corporation that includes Penguin/Random House, the Berlin Literature Seminar brought German academics, teachers, Shakespeare enthusiasts and European professionals together to discuss Shakespeare's poetry and plays.

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  5. Shakespeare: Our Contemporary?

    Project News

    17.01.2014

    John Mullan

    This year, the annual Berlin Literature Seminar focuses on Shakespeare, on the occasion of his 450th birthday. It will offer a way to open and initiate an intensive reflection process: what is the legacy of Shakespeare today?

    The Seminar will feature novelists, poets and playwrights Howard Jacobson, A S Byatt, Naomi Alderman, Alice Oswald, Tom McCarthy, Polly Stenham and Mark Ravenhill, chaired by John Mullan.

    You can get involved from Thursday 30th January evening to Saturday 1st February on British Council Germany's website and join the discussion on Twitter, or watch our live stream of the exciting discussions.

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  6. Dhaka Days

    Bangladeshi dancers and musicians

    Cortina Butler reports back from the Hay Dhaka festival, which went ahead despite political unrest, and featured novelists Ned Beauman, Nadeem Aslam and Ahdaf Soueif, graphic novelists Karrie Fransman and S.J. Harris and some unexpected Bengali puppets

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  7. Leaving Libya

    Project News, What we're doing, Blogs, Stories and Ephemera

    02.12.2013

    Woman in busy Libyan street (copyright Inua Ellams)

    On Wednesday 27 November Inua Ellams helped the British Council Literature Department kick off the first ‘Writers Return’, a series of live literature events tracing the journeys of contemporary British writers who have recently travelled to cities across the world. For those who couldn’t make it to York here are some of Inua’s impressions from a recent British Council trip to the Libyan International Book Fair in Tripoli, the first since the fall of the Gaddafi regime.

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  8. Blog: Coming down to Earth

    General, Project News, What we're doing, Blogs, Stories and Ephemera

    20.11.2013

    York Picturehouse Cinema

    UK writers, authors and poets travel for months around the world. But what happens to all that knowledge and experience when they come back to the UK? Ted Hodgkinson, Communications Manager for the literature team, talks about our new 'Writers Return' series.

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  9. Poetry on the Rooftops

    Project News, What we're doing, Partner Spotlight

    15.11.2013

    Favelas of Rio de Janerio by dany13

    A dispatch from Henderson Mullin after week one of FLUPP, a festival that takes place in the favelas of Rio de Janerio.

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  10. Writers Return

    Project News, What we're doing

    05.11.2013

    Inua Ellams by Kim Leng Hills

    This November, we launch Writers Return - a series of live literature events tracing the journeys of contemporary British writers who have recently travelled to cities across the world - from Cape Town to Kolkata. We are proud to announce that the first event will be launched in York on 27 November. The hosts for this event are York Picturehouse Basement Bar.

    Where: Basement Bar, City Screen Picturehouse, York
    When: 27 November 2013 at 7.30pm
    How to book: Website: http://bit.ly/WritersBook, or by calling the Box Office on 0871 902 5726.

    Follow the debate on Twitter:
    #WritersReturn

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