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My username is thelxiepia over at the forum. :)
Release date announced for The Book of Dust trilogy
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Philip Pullman announces the upcoming release of The Book of Dust trilogy The as-yet untitled first volume will be set in London and Oxford, and will run parallel to the His Dark Materials trilogy. Lyra Belacqua will return in the … Continue reading

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February Contest – Five Days Left!
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There are only five days left to enter our February contest, so get your entries in if you haven’t already! The winner will get a copy of Philip Pullman’s The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ. All you have … Continue reading

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New HDM omnibus hardback
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Everyman’s Library has released a new His Dark Materials omnibus, in a beautiful hardback edition. The cover of this new edition was designed by illustrator Kate Baylay. The new edition can be bought on and

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December Contest Reminder!
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Just a quick post to remind you that there are only two days left until our December contest closes! This month, we have this stunning giclee print of this cover of The Golden Compass, given to us by cover artist … Continue reading

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New Firework Maker’s Daughter Play
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We reported on the Birmingham Stage Company’s adaptation of The Firework Maker’s Daughter, currently on in London, a little while ago. But if you live in the UK and that’s just a little bit too far for you then good … Continue reading

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