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Real Magic Books

Real Magic Books

Venue Type: Book Store

2 King's Head Parade, High Street
Wendover, Buckinghamshire

HP22 6EL

4 gigs listed (see below)

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Upcoming Gigs

Real Magic Storytimes

Genre: Literature

A special Real Magic Storytime series for little ones in collaboration with Buckinghamshire Council Early Years Education, supporting literacy in early years education.

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Natural Burial Ground With Will Burns

Genre: Literature

Join us to celebrate the publication of Will Burns? second poetry collection, Natural Burial Ground. We?ll be raising a glass or two to the book and there will be short readings from Will and acclaimed poet Nicholas Hogg.

?Will Burns is a soulful English poet of the kind we don?t make enough of? Max Porter

In his beautiful, evocative new collecti...

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The Song Of The Whole Wide World

Genre: Literature

We?re honoured to be joined by Tamarin Norwood on Thursday 14 March, for an evening discussing her important book, The Song of the Whole Wide World: On Grief, Motherhood and Poetry. Tamarin will be in conversation with Sophie and will be signing books. The Real Magic bar will be open. 

?Beautiful and undeniably ? necessarily ? sad.?
? Pandora Sy...

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Strange Thing Are Happening With Richard Norris

Genre: Literature

The rainbow reaches right across the sky, for miles and miles, and has landed right in the middle of our field, in front of the forest. My mother, Alison, is standing at the beginning of a rainbow. I'm sure it's a beginning, rather than the end, as there's no pot of gold in sight. The point where everything forms, or, perhaps, is not quite formed, ...

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