Tagged in LITERATURE

The Women Writers Who Should Be On Lists Of Best London Novelists

The Women Writers Who Should Be On Lists Of Best London Novelists

There's more to London lit than Dickens and co.
9 Beautiful London Libraries

9 Beautiful London Libraries

While away a day (or two, or three ...)
Winnie The Pooh's London

Winnie The Pooh's London

The London haunts of the author and his creation, Winnie The Pooh.
Beatrix Potter's London

Beatrix Potter's London

Including where she got her character names.
Where To Find Alice In Wonderland In London

Where To Find Alice In Wonderland In London

Find out which London places are linked to Alice In Wonderland
The London Haunts Of Virginia Woolf

The London Haunts Of Virginia Woolf

Literary sights.
Virginia Woolf Mapped

Virginia Woolf Mapped

Might be a bit niche, but still quite a map
Stephen Walter's Map Of Subterranean London

Stephen Walter's Map Of Subterranean London

The final word in underground London.
Thomas Cromwell's London: Locations From Hilary Mantel's Novels

Thomas Cromwell's London: Locations From Hilary Mantel's Novels

Nine places from Wolf Hall and Bring Up The Bodies.
Are you allowed to sit on it or not?

Are you allowed to sit on it or not?

To sit, or not to sit?
Book Review: Rivers Of London By Ben Aaronovitch

Book Review: Rivers Of London By Ben Aaronovitch

A new novel weaves London folklore and Metropolitan Police procedure in a bewildering tale of magical mayhem.
What's The Best Non-Fiction Book About London?

What's The Best Non-Fiction Book About London?

A round-up of our top 15 titles about the capital. And, yes, we've read them all.
London Literary Locations: Jane Austen

London Literary Locations: Jane Austen

Places mentioned in Austen's books and where she stayed, photographed and mapped.
London's Best Literary Statues

London's Best Literary Statues

Writers and their characters remembered in various mediums.
A Beautiful Book Map Based On London

A Beautiful Book Map Based On London

600 novels displayed as roads, parks and rivers.
Check Out TfL's Shakespeare Tube Map

Check Out TfL's Shakespeare Tube Map

Change at Macbeth for the Villains and Rivals line.
Celebrate Roald Dahl's Centenary At Southbank Centre

Celebrate Roald Dahl's Centenary At Southbank Centre

Author's work takes centre stage at Imagine Children's Festival.
What Is The Best London Novel?

What Is The Best London Novel?

Short Fiction Competition: Fairytales Of The City

Short Fiction Competition: Fairytales Of The City

Create a new modern folk tale.
A Pocket Guide To London's Literary Houses

A Pocket Guide To London's Literary Houses

Dickens, Carlyle, Freud, Keats, Johnson, and more.
Book Review: Secret London - Unusual Bars & Restaurants

Book Review: Secret London - Unusual Bars & Restaurants

Dine in the dark, in a fridge and 98 other odd places.
Book Review: London Under By Peter Ackroyd

Book Review: London Under By Peter Ackroyd

One of London's greatest living chroniclers heads underground.
Ticket Alert: Lena Dunham In Conversation With Caitlin Moran

Ticket Alert: Lena Dunham In Conversation With Caitlin Moran

Tickets on sale 10am today.
Book Review: Londoners By Craig Taylor

Book Review: Londoners By Craig Taylor

The best book about the capital in at least a decade.
Imagine A Wonderland At Southbank Centre Children's Festival

Imagine A Wonderland At Southbank Centre Children's Festival

Celebrate 150 years of Alice this half term.
Alice Travels Down The Rabbit-hole At The British Library

Alice Travels Down The Rabbit-hole At The British Library

Flamingo and hedgehog croquet anyone?
Go Behind The Scenes Of Dickensian

Go Behind The Scenes Of Dickensian

Props from the TV show at the original author's house.
Espresso Book Machine: Waugh While You Wait

Espresso Book Machine: Waugh While You Wait

14 Independent London Bookshops To Follow On Instagram

14 Independent London Bookshops To Follow On Instagram

Just in time for World Book Day.
Book Review: Johnson's Life of London by Boris Johnson

Book Review: Johnson's Life of London by Boris Johnson

The Mayor of London has a new book about London.
Book Review: Walk The Lines By Mark Mason

Book Review: Walk The Lines By Mark Mason

In which the author walks over 400 miles to see every Tube station.
Charles Dickens' Houses...Mapped

Charles Dickens' Houses...Mapped

Including the places he worked, lodged and slept around.
Book Review: The Secret History Of Our Streets - London

Book Review: The Secret History Of Our Streets - London

Six London streets, dissected.
15 Dickens Characters With Really Silly Names

15 Dickens Characters With Really Silly Names

If you thought Mr Bumble was daft...
London Book And Poetry Events: 6-12 November 2014

London Book And Poetry Events: 6-12 November 2014

Stephen King's new book has a midnight launch.
History And Hippies At Soho Literary Festival

History And Hippies At Soho Literary Festival

Plus, how to spot a psychopath.
Book Review: The Trebor Story

Book Review: The Trebor Story

The East End origins of Extra Strong Mints.
The Bard's Birthday: Shakespeare 450

The Bard's Birthday: Shakespeare 450

One man in his time plays many parts.
Art, Knowledge & Imagination: Bloomsbury Festival 2013

Art, Knowledge & Imagination: Bloomsbury Festival 2013

Hundreds of free things to see and do.
Michael Palin And Hilary Mantel Celebrate Foyles' New Store

Michael Palin And Hilary Mantel Celebrate Foyles' New Store

Famous literary faces involved in bookshop's grand reopening.
Book Review: London's Lost Rivers, A Walker's Guide

Book Review: London's Lost Rivers, A Walker's Guide

An oft-trodden topic gets a fresh new treatment.
Book Review: London's Lost Rivers By Paul Talling

Book Review: London's Lost Rivers By Paul Talling

A much-covered subject gets a fresh treatment.
Book Review: Dickens's Victorian London 1839-1901

Book Review: Dickens's Victorian London 1839-1901

Or should it be Victoria's Dickensian London?
Lewd Dickens: The Filthiest Quotes From Classic Literature

Lewd Dickens: The Filthiest Quotes From Classic Literature

Book Review: London A Pilgrimage

Book Review: London A Pilgrimage

UK's First Edible Book Launch Comes To Shoreditch

UK's First Edible Book Launch Comes To Shoreditch

No, you can't eat the book.
London Characters To Dress Your Child As For World Book Day

London Characters To Dress Your Child As For World Book Day

A helping hand for costume-weary parents.
Join Top Authors For A Celebration Of London Literature

Join Top Authors For A Celebration Of London Literature

The London Library marks 175 years in style.
Tickets For Keats Festival 2014 On Sale Now

Tickets For Keats Festival 2014 On Sale Now

"Seasons of mists and mellow fruitfulness."
Top Five London Books Of 2011

Top Five London Books Of 2011

Our personal favourites from a bumper year.