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UNESCO City of Literature

  1. Exeter Literary Itinerary
    There's a good reason why Exeter was awarded UNESCO City of Literature status in 2019. Follow our literary itinerary to see the key places of interest.
  2. Guest blog: Introducing Exeter St David's book vending machine

    A Penguin Books vending machine has been installed at Exeter St Davids train station!

  3. Book Cycle, Exeter

    2024 is the 5th anniversary of Exeter receiving its UNESCO recognition as a City of Literature, becoming part of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network.

  4. Literary Exeter by Train
    Exeter is a UNESCO City of Literature and its literary history is reflected in fascinating attractions around the city and beyond, easily reachable from Exeter by rail with GWR.

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  1. Add Quay Words presents: Exploring Heritage with Olive Olusegun and Billy Kahora to your Itinerary

    Quay Words presents: Exploring Heritage with Olive Olusegun and Billy Kahora

    Exeter

    A collaborative event between our two writers-in-residence.

    Olive and Billy will perform and read from their work, followed by a conversation and Q&A to discuss shared themes that have arisen during their time in residence at Exeter Custom House.…

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  2. Add Simon Armitage: Never Good with Horses to your Itinerary

    Simon Armitage: Never Good with Horses

    Budleigh Salterton

    We welcome the Poet Laureate - the recipient of numerous prizes and awards,
    including the Queen’s Gold Medal for Poetry and the PEN Prize for Translation.
    He has published over a dozen poetry collections, including Magnetic Field: the
    Marsden Poems,…

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  3. Add Hedda to your Itinerary

    Hedda

    Exeter

    A marvellous play directed by Andrew Whittle.