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The Reader Online 31

The Reader Online 31

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NEW WRITING / BOOK TALK / NEWS AND REVIEWS
THE
 
READER
Published by The University o Liverpool School o English.Supported by:
No. 31 SUMMER 2008
1
 
EDITOR
Philip Davis
DEPUTY EDITOR
Sarah Coley
CO-EDITORS
 Angela MacmillanBrian Nellist Christopher RoutledgeJohn Scrivener Jen Tomkins
NEW YORK EDITOR
Enid Stubin
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR
Les Murray
ADDRESS
 The Reader 19 Abercromby SquareLiverpool L69 7ZG
EMAIL
readers@liverpool.ac.uk 
WEBSITE
 www.thereader.co.uk 
SUBSCRIPTIONS
See p. 3
DISTRIBUTION
See p. 127
ISBN
978-0-9558733-0-0
Printed and bound in the European Union by Bell and Bain Ltd, Glasgow
 
ABOUT THE READER ORGANISATION
  Jane Davis,Director, The Reader Organisation
 A Reading Revolution!
‘People are dying – it is no metaphor – for lack of something real tocarry home when day is done.’
Saul Bellow,
Herzog 
  We used this quotation in 1997 in the very f irst issue of 
The Reader.
  We believe literature is for life, not just for courses. That’s why we’re working in day centres, old people’s homes, community groups,hospitals, drug rehabs, refugee centres, public libraries, schools and children’shomes and many other places to bring the pleasure and value of reading to asmany people as possible. We f ind it easy to imagine a near future where literature graduates leave univer-sity to work in banks, hospitals, retail, management and Human Resources. Their  job? To bring books to life, opening and sharing the centuries of vital informationcontained within them, making sure this amazingly rich content is available toeveryone.
‘It moves you. I mean it hits you inside where it meets you and meanssomething.’
Dementia sufferer reading poetry. 
SUBMISSIONS
The Reader 
genuinely welcomes submissions o poetry, ction, essays, read-ings and thought. We publish proessional writers and absolute beginners.Send your manuscript with SAE please to:The Reader Oce, 19 Abercromby Square, Liverpool L69 7ZG, UK.

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