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Memories Of Growing Up By London's Green Belt

Memories Of Growing Up By London's Green Belt

Life on the fringe. | By James Drury
The East End Has Its Own Magnificent Cemeteries

The East End Has Its Own Magnificent Cemeteries

Two of the capital's oldest Jewish burial grounds. | By M@
Stark Photos Of London Youth

Stark Photos Of London Youth

What's on the minds of the kids of today? | By Harry Rosehill
Meet The Pub Cats Of London

Meet The Pub Cats Of London

One moggy's usual is a pint of prawns. | By Will Noble
A Beautifully Illustrated Book On London Transport Design Icons

A Beautifully Illustrated Book On London Transport Design Icons

One for the uninitiated. | By Tabish Khan
Walbrook Stolen By Monks! New Lost Rivers Of London Has New Ideas

Walbrook Stolen By Monks! New Lost Rivers Of London Has New Ideas

Much-loved classic The Lost Rivers of London returns. | By Tom Bolton
Spook Central: John Le Carré’s London

Spook Central: John Le Carré’s London

How the great spy novelist has spun our city. | By Stuart Black
How A Royalist Becomes A Revolutionary

How A Royalist Becomes A Revolutionary

Benjamin Franklin's time in London. | By Ben Venables
The 10 Best Restaurants Open For Christmas Dinner In London

The 10 Best Restaurants Open For Christmas Dinner In London

Skip the washing up and eat out. | By Helen Graves
The 10 Best Restaurants Open For Christmas Dinner In London

The 10 Best Restaurants Open For Christmas Dinner In London

Skip the washing up and eat out. | By Helen Graves
Three Of A Kind: Cultural Guidebooks For Kids

Three Of A Kind: Cultural Guidebooks For Kids

Extend your kid's cultural experiences with these fab guide books. | By Zoe Craig
Video: Cityread London Turns Capital Into Giant Book Club

Video: Cityread London Turns Capital Into Giant Book Club

Everyone's reading Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch. | By Geoff Marshall
Ticket Alert: Lena Dunham In Conversation With Caitlin Moran

Ticket Alert: Lena Dunham In Conversation With Caitlin Moran

Tickets on sale 10am today. | By Laura Reynolds
Win A Map Goody Bag With Simon Garfield's On The Map

Win A Map Goody Bag With Simon Garfield's On The Map

Love maps? Enter this competition. | By Londonist
Confessions Of A Police Constable: New Book Reveals The Life Of A Met Officer

Confessions Of A Police Constable: New Book Reveals The Life Of A Met Officer

No, he doesn't live at 999 Legsby Avenue. | By M@
Book Review : Walk Eat Talk Eat

Book Review : Walk Eat Talk Eat

Remember the Choose Your Own Adventure books? Here's one that takes you on a gastronomic tour of Spitalfields | By Londonist
London Book And Poetry Events: 20-26 June

London Book And Poetry Events: 20-26 June

Appearances from Ben Aaronovitch, Kate Summerscale, Sebastian Faulks, Marina Lewycka and lots of London-themed books. | By Rachel Holdsworth
London Book And Poetry Events: 6-12 June

London Book And Poetry Events: 6-12 June

Literary events in London this week: Martin Amis, AS Byatt, AL Kennedy, Polari, Poejazzi and more | By Rachel Holdsworth
London Book And Poetry Events: 30 May-5 June

London Book And Poetry Events: 30 May-5 June

Including Craig Taylor, Ben Okri, Helen Simpson and the brilliant Stoke Newington Literary Festival. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 9-15 May

Book Grocer: 9-15 May

Book, poetry and spoken word events in London this week: a lot of Granta and Edward Lear. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Celebrate Nelson - A New Graphic Novel @ Gosh! Comics

Celebrate Nelson - A New Graphic Novel @ Gosh! Comics

54 comic creators and 1 knitting ninja make Nel rock London | By Lindsey
Book Grocer: 23-29 November

Book Grocer: 23-29 November

Book, poetry and spoken word events in London this week. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Shoreditch Artist Publishes Text Message Book

Shoreditch Artist Publishes Text Message Book

Shoreditch artist makes a book of text messages LOL :-) | By Hazel
Book Grocer: 17-23 August

Book Grocer: 17-23 August

The week ahead in literary London: Jo Nesbo, fighting and swapping. Not necessarily all at the same time. | By Rachel Holdsworth
London Literary Locations: Wilkie Collins

London Literary Locations: Wilkie Collins

The Woman in White author's London homes and novel locations mapped and photographed. | By Londonist
Book Grocer: 10-16 August

Book Grocer: 10-16 August

The week ahead in literary London: Book Slam, Keats and events in riot-hit areas. Support your local community. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Bob The Angel Tube Cat Has A Book Deal

Bob The Angel Tube Cat Has A Book Deal

Photos doing the rounds of Twitter of the cat on the 73 bus are of Bob and his owner, Big Issue seller James Bowen. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 3-9 August

Book Grocer: 3-9 August

The week ahead in literary London: Hari Kunzru, AL Kennedy and Benjamin Zephaniah, but it's Utter!'s week. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 20-26 July

Book Grocer: 20-26 July

The week ahead in literary London: Philip Pullman, Maggie Gee, Iain Sinclair and more. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 8-14 June

Book Grocer: 8-14 June

The week ahead in literary London: sci-fi, poetry, photography, a tour of Crouch End and a festival in Queen's Park. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Review: Don't Call Me Urban! The Time Of Grime

Book Review: Don't Call Me Urban! The Time Of Grime

Ex-Magnum photographer Simon Wheatley spent years training his lens on London's urban music scene. Here's what he found. | By Dean Nicholas
Book Grocer: 18-24 May

Book Grocer: 18-24 May

The week ahead in literary London: John Hegley, Alan Bennett, festivals, poetry performances and it's Book Slam time again. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 11-17 May

Book Grocer: 11-17 May

The week ahead in literary London: performance poetry, author talks, festivals, deathmatches and scores more. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 27 April-3 May

Book Grocer: 27 April-3 May

The week ahead in literary London: the London Word Festival continues apace, plus test out AV before the referendum at Utter!. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 20-26 April

Book Grocer: 20-26 April

The week ahead in literary London: book and poetry slamming, swapping, chatting and walking. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 13-19 April

Book Grocer: 13-19 April

The week ahead in literary London: Wendy Cope, James Frey, Literary Death Match,the Josephine Hart Poetry Hour, the London Word Festival - and more. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 30 March-5 April

Book Grocer: 30 March-5 April

The week ahead in literary London: Jo Shapcott, Austen on stage and an absolutely storming Book Slam. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 23-29 March

Book Grocer: 23-29 March

The week ahead in literary London: Jennifer Egan, Nii Parkes, Michael Frayn, Michael Rosen and Costa winner Jo Shapcott. And more like that. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 16-22 March

Book Grocer: 16-22 March

The week ahead in literary London: Jawdancing, book swapping, storytelling and fighting to the (metaphorical) death in aid of Comic Relief. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 9-15 March

Book Grocer: 9-15 March

The week ahead in literary London: SLAMming, wordPLAYing, POLYplying and other events with normal capitalisation. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 2-8 March

Book Grocer: 2-8 March

World Book Day and Night, Jewish Book Week plus Alexander McCall Smith for starters... | By Rachel Holdsworth
Lit Preview: World Book Day / Night

Lit Preview: World Book Day / Night

World Book Day and World Book Night are this week - lots of events, very famous authors and 1 million free books. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 23 February-1 March

Book Grocer: 23 February-1 March

The week ahead in literary London: Alain de Botton, Eve Ensler, Dorian Lynskey and more at Jewish Book Week, 5x15, some Utter! Agony and tackling that men vs women vs Mars vs Venus stuff at the British Library. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 9-15 February

Book Grocer: 9-15 February

The week ahead in literary London: Blake Morrison, Firestation Book Swap on tour, John Hegley, Jackie Kay, English PEN's anniversary and as much romantic poetry as you can stomach. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 26 January-1 February

Book Grocer: 26 January-1 February

The week ahead in literary London: have elevenses with John Hegley, see Antony Beevor, Luke Wright, Ali Smith and the return of Utter!'s Richard Tyrone-Jones plus a bit of original Chaucer. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 19-25 January

Book Grocer: 19-25 January

The week ahead in literary London: Andrea Levy, David Vann, the Josephine Hart Poetry Hour (Charles Dance and Dan Stevens this time) and Ian McMillan introduces readings from the TS Eliot Prize nominated poets. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 5-11 January

Book Grocer: 5-11 January

Literary London eases gently back into gear with a handful of events, some of which include Blake Morrison and / or a comedic look at the language of sport. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 15-21 December

Book Grocer: 15-21 December

The week ahead in literary London: things are slowing down for Christmas, but you can still catch Lauren Child, Justine Picardie and Phill Jupitus. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 24-30 November

Book Grocer: 24-30 November

The week ahead in literary London: David Starkey, John Crace and Geoff Dyer in Richmond, Book Slam returns and the Firestation Book Swap comes back within the M25. Plus some excellent storytelling, performance poetry and author chats. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Biblio-Text: Gosh Comics

Biblio-Text: Gosh Comics

We pay a visit to Gosh Comics in Bloomsbury. | By Rachel Holdsworth

Book Grocer: 17-23 November

By Rachel Holdsworth

Extract From Shad Thames, Broken Wharf

By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 3-9 November

Book Grocer: 3-9 November

By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Review: Coconut Unlimited By Nikesh Shukla

Book Review: Coconut Unlimited By Nikesh Shukla

By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 27 October-2 November

Book Grocer: 27 October-2 November

By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 20-26 October

Book Grocer: 20-26 October

By Rachel Holdsworth
Book Grocer: 13-19 October

Book Grocer: 13-19 October

By Rachel Holdsworth
Competition Reminder: Leon 2 and the Giant Drawer of Wishes

Competition Reminder: Leon 2 and the Giant Drawer of Wishes

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Stephen Fry Live In Cinemas

Stephen Fry Live In Cinemas

By Rachel Holdsworth
Sponsored Post: Leon 2 and the Giant Drawer of Wishes

Sponsored Post: Leon 2 and the Giant Drawer of Wishes

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