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Panel 1

The Tiny Book Club

Here we’ll be exploring the fascinating worlds great minds have penned. So, if you’re ready, let’s journey around the corner, through the forest, under the bed, over the hills, out in the sticks, at the dinner table, on the treadmill, in the garden, between the sheets, behind the garages, up in the treetops, beneath the mountains, within the city, upon the river, above the clouds, across the street, into the keyhole and anywhere and everywhere else they care to take us…

Bleak House

By Charles Dickens. Is it fair to say approaching any Dickens work can feel a little daunting? Even the less lengthy tales can, merely by virtue of their author, be regarded with an air of intimidation. These unholy symptoms can often be exacerbated when one’s ‘spare time’ is gauged in minutes rather than hours so it … Continue reading Bleak House

Panel 2

The Lit-Sit

What’s the situation in the big, wide, literary world? From local shindigs, book signings, sales and author readings to national and worldwide literary festivals. Catch up and keep up to date on the who’s whos and what’s news!

 

Panel 3

The Everyday Review

There are Shakespeare-tooters aplenty out there and frankly, that’s a canon we’re not even going to try loading. But there ARE regular Jo(e) Schmoes out there who harbour a creative genius that is worth showcasing. Even we proletariats can appreciate a good bit of talent…

 

Panel 4

The Academooks

Was a close call between this and “Bookademics” but it sounded more like a disease to me? Here we’ll look at different theories, arguments, discussions and debates and discoveries in the academic world of literature (and language) and I’m not even sorry folks!