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Literary events in Oxford: Feminist Salon  ()

I've decided to start writing a blog about literary events in Oxford. Not feeling very wordy (and consumed by guilt when I'm writing anything that's not my book), thus expect more photos than text. February 1, 2019. Feminist Salon: Feminist Science… Read more

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Literary events in Oxford: Short Stories Aloud  ()

Short Stories Aloud: Elise Valmorbida and Jacqueline O'Mahony Read more

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Elise Valmorbida sitting among the audience while listening to her story being read out aloud

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Jacqueline O'Mahony

Jacqueline O'Mahony tells about her book A River in the Trees - a sweeping novel of love, loss, history and secrets.

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Literary Oxford: Johann Hari  ()

February 2, 2019. Philosophy in the Bookshop - Nigel Warburton and Johann Hari Philosophy in the Bookshop is one of the regular events at Blackwell's bookshop (Oxford). This time we listened to philosopher Nigel Warburton talking with writer and… Read more

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