Author: Exeter Literary Festival

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Today, in our series What Are You Reading, we ask poet in residence for BBC Radio Devon’s Arts show Kimwei what he's reading now, his favourite books of all time, and the one that never gets away!

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Today, in our series What Are You Reading, we ask Director of the Exeter City of Literature Anna Cohn Orchard what she's reading now, her favourite books of all time, and the one that never gets away!

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Today, in our series What Are You Reading, we ask BBC Radio Devon presenter Janet Kipling about her current literary liaisons.

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Ian Hobbs 2Today, in our series What Are You Reading, we ask Ian Hobbs, avid reader and Senior Manager (Social Care Commissioning) at Devon County Council, what holds his literary interest right now.

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Today, in our series What Are You Reading, we drop in on Charles Courtenay, 19th Earl of Devon, and a passionate reader, to hear about some of his current and enduring favourites.

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In the latest of our series What Are You Reading?, we are delighted to welcome Councillor Philip Bialyk, Leader of Exeter City Council, to tell us about some of his favourite reading material.

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Today we are launching an occasional feature on our blog: What Are You Reading? We are inviting a variety of people, with links either to Exeter or to the Literary World, or both, to talk about books that mean a lot to them. And our first guest is Exeter-based author, Margaret James.

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The Exeter Literary Festival is introducing a Friends Group, allowing audiences a way to support the Festival which will return with a full programme for readers and writers alike in November 2021.