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Remains of Beagle 2 discovered… but whodunnit?

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Curiosity did not kill the beagle honest

Drug seekers

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Goodbye to Writeidea

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Originally posted on karenatstepney:

Look at that amazing tweet. I’ll come back to it during this lengthy, rambling but happy post. I’ve been volunteering for East London’s free reading festival for the last two years and now I’m saying goodbye. Here’s my round-up from 2013 which pays a quick word of tribute to some of the amazing writers to take part last year.

This time was different and much more demanding as I was also curating the Festival Fringe. I’m very proud of introducing this idea last year and hope it continues. Unlike many of the big lit fests, the main festival Writeidea folk actually get paid. But the Fringe folk do it for free and they are a wonderful and noble race.

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In the Guardian

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I did a “How to Draw” feature in the Guardian the other day. Drawings by the wonderful Freya Harrison. I did the words.

http://www.theguardian.com/childrens-books-site/gallery/2014/dec/14/how-to-draw-an-alien-invasion-comics

Diversity in publishing

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How To Be A Big Evil Head: Fun Palaces from the Supervillain’s Perspective

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Originally posted on The Signal in Transition:

Louie Stowell's secretly heroic supervillain-in-training, Mandrake DeVille Louie Stowell’s secretly heroic supervillain-in-training, Mandrake DeVille

Louie Stowell, who contributed author videos to the Parkes Library Fun Palace earlier this month, has written about the experience of being a Big Evil Head, projected across continents and timezones in the name of fun and supervillainy.

Check out Louie’s report over at the Fiction Express blog.

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