By Neil Plakcy
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The Luton Writers’ staff was once born out of a query: Are there nonetheless writers available in the market or has Luton turn into a literary wilderness? prior to the crowd began, a workshop was once run final 12 months at Luton library approximately getting released. One individual grew to become up. .. A 12 months on and now we have a suite referred to as Underground Rivers to have a good time the fiftieth anniversary of the outlet of Luton imperative Library.
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