November 30 2015 Latest news:


Author William Brakes from Hunstanton with his book - Fragments: Naked & Bright. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Hunstanton grandfather publishes his first book

A north Norfolk mathematician turned author has published his first book at the age of 68.

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Medieval and ancient books which people will be able to handle and study as part of Unlocking the Archive Festival. Festival organiser Tom Roebuck, and Sophie Butler, with books from the old Norwich City Library. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Festival offers chance to browse through Norwich’s historic book archive

From the first book ever printed in Norwich to 17th century tomes looking at the history of the world – people are being invited to discover the great stories on the pages of ancient books from the city’s archives.

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Sophie Someone by Hayley Long has been shortlisted for the 2015 Costa Children's Book Award.

Teen fiction writer is up for an award

A Norwich-based writer is in the running for a national award for her latest book.

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The East Anglian Book Awards 2015 winners with their awards at Jarrold.

Celebrating our region’s literary riches at the eighth East Anglian Book Awards

The very special character of our region and its writers were celebrated on Thursday night in the eighth East Anglian Book Awards.

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Biography and memoir book winner Julia Blackburn with the award presented by guest speaker Sarah Perry at the East Anglian Book Awards 2015 at Jarrold.

East Anglian Book of the Year revealed

The 2015 East Anglian Book of the Year has been revealed.

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