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Category Archives: Passport 2014

A Short Film About Reading Passport

The story of Reading Passport, a major annual collaborative project between South Western Regional Library Service, Literature Works and Read South West. 

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Love, Nina on the BBC

In 2016, the memoir of Nina Stibbe was brought to life (for a second time) by the BBC’s miniseries adaptation starring Faye Marsay and Helen Bonham Carter.

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The Reading Passport Movie!

At the end of Reading Passport 2015 and Read XV, this short film looks back on the Reading Passport project past and present.

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Gareth & Adam in Gloucester Library

Closing the Reading Passport tour for 2014, Gareth L Powell and Adam Nevill read from their work and led a fascinating and wide ranging discussion about genre, the craft and career of writing and much more.

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Gareth L Powell in Yeovil College

Filmed at our Reading Passport 2014 event in Yeovil College, Gareth L Powell talks about his ‘Future Worlds’ inspirations, his own writing, and reads from Hive Monkey.

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Adam Nevill in Yeovil College

Filmed at our Reading Passport 2014 event in Yeovil College, Reading Passport Featured Writer Adam Nevill talks about his work, his favourites in the World of Darkness genre, and reads from his new novel, No One Gets Out Alive.

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Julia & Patrick in Trowbridge Library

Our 2014 Featured Writers, Patrick Gale and Julia Copus visited Trowbridge Library in November.

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Patrick & Julia in Weston-super-Mare

2014 Featured Writers Patrick Gale and Julia Copus visited Winter Gardens in Weston-super-Mare in November that year.

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Reading Passport in Yeovil

Many thanks were due to Carey, April and all the team at Yeovil College for a fantastic night with our 2014 Featured Authors, Gareth L Powell and Adam Nevill in November that year.

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Patrick Gale in Saltash Library

Filmed at our event in Saltash Library for Reading Passport 2014, Featured Writer Patrick Gale talks about his work, his favourite fiction, his longstanding love of libraries (and librarians!) and the Reading Passport.

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