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The Eccles British Library Writer's Award: investing in authors

Catherine Eccles reflects on the history of the Eccles British Library Writer's Award and how it supports authors' careers. Read more

Bringing the magic of Harry Potter to life

Acting children's editor and Harry Potter fan Caroline Carpenter gives her verdict on the British Library's new Harry Potter exhibition. Read more

Reflecting on Women in Publishing

I have been reflecting on Women in Publishing (WiP), which was established in 1979, having completed two sets of interviews with Sarah O’Reilly at the... Read more

British Library acquires Granta magazine archive

The British Library has acquired the 40-year archive of Granta magazine featuring letters and papers from authors including Margaret Atwood, JG Ballard, Angela Carter and Kazuo Ishiguro.... Read more

British Library considers new Leeds outpost

The British Library is considering opening a new facility in Leeds, alongside plans to expand its existing reading rooms in the area. Read more

Lee replaces Davies at British Library Publishing

John Lee has joined the British Library’s books division as publisher. Read more

Taylor and Hewitt win Eccles British Library Writer’s Award

Novelist Sara Taylor and non-fiction writer Rachel Hewitt have won the Eccles British Library Writer’s Award, scooping £20,000 each.  Read more

British Library turns 'Literally Swiss' for workshop and cabaret

The British Library is teaming up with a Swiss Arts Council project to create a day of events on 5th December showcasing the literature and... Read more

Literary inspiration for British Library stationery collection

The British Library is launching a range of giftable stationery and accessories for its shop, with designs inspired by Alice in Wonderland, the classic library card,... Read more

Dame Carol Black appointed British Library chair

Culture secretary Matt Hancock has appointed Dame Carol Black as chair of the British Library for a four year term. Read more

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