CHIPLIT­FEST 2019 — PHOE­BE’S REPORT #1 Fri 26 April

Our junior reporter, Pheebs, reports back from the Festival frontline.

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CHIPLIT­FEST 2019 — PHOE­BE’S REPORT #2 Sat 27 April

Our junior reporter, Pheebs, reports back from the Festival frontline.

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CHIPLIT­FEST 2019 — PHOE­BE’S REPORT #3 Sun 28 April

Our junior reporter, Pheebs, reports back from the Festival frontline.

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Overnight sen­sa­tions

New Voices 2019 features three writers new celebrating their first novels. They are also celebrating runaway success. Laura Parker charts their rise.

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Lost and Found

Laura Parker gets hooked on Kate Spicer's compelling account of a lost dog. And so much more. 8pm Thurs 25 April, The Theatre

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The line of beau­ty and the age of the chair

Laura Parker reviews Primate Change by Vybarr Cregan-Reid ahead of our Modern Life event (2pm Sat 27 April) exploring the toll the 21st century is taking on our bodies.

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Sci­ence cham­pi­on takes on fic­tion and charms ChipLit­Fest audience

Prof Jim Al-Khalili introduced his debut sci-fi novel, Sunfall, to a ChipLitFest audience on 16 April. Laura Parker was there.

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A grave­yard smash – two haunt­ing­ly good works.

Laura Parker reviews the gripping and haunting novels from Jess Kidd and Michelle Paver ahead of their Modern Gothic event on Fri 26 April.

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Write now

Writing to make you happy, distil your sadness or plot your journey in life.

Laura Parker outlines the Festival workshops to make you laugh, think and get writing

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Once Upon This Time

Sixth former Pheebs reviews Nikita Gill's Fierce Fairytales, coming to ChipLitFest on 26 April.

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Var­jak Paw

Sixth former Pheebs revisits one of the great classics of children's modern literature, SF Said's Varjak Paw.

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