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img_7641 Literary Review Tote Bag | £10
This sturdy tote is made from reinforced canvas and features an illustration of our beloved, book-filled office on Lexington Street. Artwork by Nick Hayes. Fair trade production. Two colours are available – red and navy.

Literary Review Small Bag | £7.50
Our lightweight tote is made from 100% cotton with eco-friendly ink. Artwork by Nick Hayes. Fair trade production.

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Chris Riddell Postcards | £7.50
Collector’s postcard set featuring eleven illustrations by artist Chris Riddell. The drawings are from Riddell’s series ‘Illustrations to Unwritten Books’, published monthly in Literary Review. Printed in the United Kingdom in an edition of two hundred.  Two sets available.

 

 

Book Festivals + Literary Review

Edinburgh International Book Festival
11 – 27 August 2018
Free copies of Literary Review will be distributed to festival visitors.

Cliveden Literary Festival
29 – 30 September 2018
Free copies of Literary Review will be distributed to festival visitors.

Marlborough Literature Festival
27 – 30 September 2018
Free copies of Literary Review will be distributed to festival visitors.

Blenheim Palace Literary Festival
11 – 14 October 2018
Free copies of Literary Review will be distributed to festival visitors.

Cambridge Festival of Ideas
15 – 28 October 2018
Free copies of Literary Review will be distributed to festival visitors.

Ways with Words, Southwold
8 – 12 November 2018
Free copies of Literary Review will be distributed to festival visitors.

Winter Cambridge Literary Festival
23 – 25 November 2018
Free copies of Literary Review will be distributed to festival visitors.

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