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+3.4:

A poem by Dorothy Alexander

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The last living piece of you:

A short story by Philip Wilson

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The formula for grief:

A poem by Gerry Stewart 

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World Book Trip:

Which one novel would you recommend to represent your country’s literature? The next stop on our tour is Turkey, where Ayla Douglas champions Sabahattin Ali’s modern classic Madonna in a Fur Coat

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How I write:

By Jean Findlay

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No vacancies:

Part One. By Heather Pearson

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The only fun in town:

Alistair Braidwood is charmed by the story of Scotland’s innovative post punk outsiders

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Fiction Podcast No. 1:

The Sugar Hotel. A short story by Amy Jardine

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