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Jon Mayhew lauds Eastham Woods on the Wirral - a space of real and imaginary dangers where children could go properly feral.

Sue Roe does something she never expected to do - writing about her childhood home of Leicester.

New thinking on public awareness of climate change suggests that the doom-laden messages sent out by activists may provoke not action but denial. Emily Diamand argues that novelists writing about future worlds have been similarly seduced by the allure of the dystopia – and that this needs to change.
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