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Litro Library: January 2013

These are our Twitter followers' recommendations for January this new year. We hope you find something good in here for your reading pleasure!You can join in on next month's Litro Library reader recommendations too. Just tweet a photo of the book you're currently reading and would recommend, along with a brief description, to @litromagazine with the hashtag #litrolib. Read more →
JANUARY

Introducing Litro Library

At Litro Magazine we aim to bring together a broad community of readers with a common interest in good literature. We want to know what you are reading that is worth reading, and we think others would like to know too. That's why we are launching Litro Library, an interactive gallery of books recommended by you, our readers, to other like-minded book enthusiasts. You may never be stuck for your next new read again, as we will continually update our virtual shelves. Read more →
AUGUST

A Tale of Two Libraries

This month’s Litro has a bit of an East London thread running through it, which is appropriate for me, as I’ve been trudging the streets of the East End looking at libraries.

Five years ago today, the old Whitechapel library closed its doors and made the controversial move a mile down the road to a shiny new glass cube called the Idea Store.

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