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Theory & Philosophy Reading Group XX: Teresa Amott & Julie Matthaei

Friday 30 September 2016, 7pm: In September, the Direct Action Monterey Network is putting on the 20th theory and philosophy reading group, continuing their study of Marxist-Feminist thought through the exploration of a work by Teresa Amott and Julie Matthaei. 188 more words


Cylch Darllen y Dysgwyr - Ruthin Library 26th August, 3.00

Ruthin Library’s Welsh learners’ reading group will be meeting on 26th August at 3.00. This month’s book will be Y Bwthyn – Caryl Lewis. 30 more words

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WRITE EDIT WRITE: Flash Fiction by Author Pam Schloesser-Canepa

Last week I announced that we were starting a private Facebook group for Writers and Readers called WRITE EDIT WRITE. Well I am happy to say that we have had a great response to the announcement and our group includes a growing host of active and creative members. 358 more words


Close reading VII: The reader-friendly library service

Chapter seven: Reading groups

For reasons too inexplicable and frustrating to share here, I am unable to run a reading group in our school library. However, that doesn’t stop me from dreaming about one, or reading enviously about groups that other school librarians are running. 365 more words

Professional Reading

How I read ... as a writer.

Why reading has taken on a new dimension


I open Clare Morrall’s book, ‘After The Bombing’ and I am immediately struck by the author’s use of the present tense. 923 more words

Anxiety, the seminar, Depression, the album

InterCcECT allays summer angst with a special session on Jaques Lacan’s recently translated Seminar X: Anxiety, led by Professor Chris Breu.  We’ll focus on the first section (chapters 1-6); readings available by request to interccect at gmail.   16 more words

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The People's Carnegie

This is the school’s 15th year shadowing the Carnegie Book Award given by CILIP for the best written book published in the UK during the past year. 375 more words

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