An Exclusive Interview With Anna Gurevitch

We are delighted to present an exclusive interview with author and illustrator, Anna Gurevitch. 

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Retelling a classic fairy tale

Poet Laureate, Simon Armitage has taken the traditional tale of Hansel and Gretel and created a new verse drama that is described in the book’s sub-title as a ‘nightmare in eight scenes’. 

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Birmingham 1970

A new Photozine from Brian Homer takes the reader back to a time when life seemed to be lived in black and white.

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The Fools of Chelm

Isaac Bashevis Singer's cautionary tale is really a very broad satire of human nature, politics, power and religion which, although set in the Polish town of Chelm, is actually a commentary on universal human stupidity.

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Rereading M.R. James’s ghost stories

Guest writer, Alun Severn considers the storytelling skills of M.R. James and in the process thinks about how well he is served by television adaptations.

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