Our latest Read of the Week comes recommended by Marketing and Communications Coordinator Martin who has chosen Sunset Song by Lewis Grassic Gibbon.
This week our Featured Poem is Uphill by Christina Rossetti.
Our Systems Administrator Ben Spencer brings this week’s Read, Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes, a story a little different from his usual reading habits!
Ahead of The Reader’s Courtyard Fair on Saturday 9 September, we caught up with Dave from our event partner Independent Liverpool to discuss independent culture, community and memories of Calderstones Park.
This week we have a timely poem from Thomas Hardy who is reflecting on An August Midnight.
Discover the Reading for Life MSc programme of study which is now open for new applications in Liverpool and London.
The lovely Faith who has been with us on work experience for the past two weeks has a Recommended Read to share, The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood.
A special Read of the Week today comes recommended by one of our lovely volunteers, David who assists the Reading Resources team at our Calderstones HQ. He’s chosen Watership Down by Richard Adams.
My oh my have we got a cracking magazine for you this quarter! The summer edition is out now, jam-packed with fantastic new writing, powerful personal essays and all the latest Reader thinking.
At The Reader we’re constantly blown away by the personal stories our group members, volunteers and colleagues share with us. We’ve learned that you can never underestimate where your Shared Reading journey can take you, or where you can take Shared Reading! When Erin, our resident American returned stateside we knew it wouldn’t be the end of her Reader journey and we’re delighted to share her latest transatlantic update – Shared Reading hits Montana!