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So, What Kept You?: New Stories Inspired by Anton Chekhov and Raymond Carver
So, What Kept You?: New Stories Inspired by Anton Chekhov and Raymond Carver Various
Brings together 14 of the most exciting writers from the UK, USA and Eastern Europe in a celebration of the influence of two short-story masters – Anton Chekhov and Raymond Carver.

£7.19
Bound
Bound Various
Five writers use the short story form to explore the creative impulses of the Durham environment. The book itself is also a work of art. Designed by artist Tanya Axford in conjunction with designers Sumo, the Bound book also turns itself into a sculpture as you read it.

£10.00
Man on the Moon Combo Offer
Man on the Moon Combo Offer
This special offer includes the children’s picture book Man on the Moon (A Day in the Life of Bob) by Simon Bartram (RRP: £6.99), as well as the Man on the Moon Resource Pack which contains fun activities for children and their families devised by the creative team behind the theatre production, Man on the Moon, which was produced for Durham Book Festival 2015.
 
The pack also includes an audio CD with three specially recorded songs from the show.

£5.00
Dry Season by Gabriela Babnik
Dry Season by Gabriela Babnik
Dry Season is the story of an unusual love affair. Anna is a 62-year-old designer from Slovenia and Ismael is a 27-year-old from Burkino Faso who was brought up on the street. What unites them is the loneliness of their bodies, a tragic childhood and the dry season or Harmattan, during which neither nature nor love is able to flourish.

£8.00
You Have Me to Love by Jaap Robben
You Have Me to Love by Jaap Robben
Mikael lives with his parents on a small, remote island. At the age of nine, his father disappears into the sea. Mikael keeps silent about what actually happened. Guilt and inner conflicts torment and consume him, but then his mother forces him to do the impossible...

£8.00
My Name is Leon by Kit De Waal
My Name is Leon by Kit De Waal
Evoking a Britain of the early eighties, My Name is Leon is a heart-breaking story of love, identity and learning to overcome unbearable loss. Of the fierce bond between siblings. And how—just when we least expect it—we manage to find our way home.
 
We hope that you'll come along to our Durham Book Festival event with Kit de Waal on Sunday 9th October.

£6.50

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