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Thursday, May 24, 2007


"Gordon Brown believes they are a sign of a new seriousness in Britain. Publishers believe they raise their writers' profiles in a notoriously overcrowded market. And, most importantly, readers flock to them in ever-growing numbers with inquiring minds and open wallets."

- Literary festivals are no longer merely humble gatherings of authors and fans, discover Cahal Milmo and Rob Sharp


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