The long-awaited collection of essays reflecting the work of the Diasporic Literary Archives Network has now been published. via 'The Future of Literary Archives'
The new Location Register will include a range of literary authors who were born in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, together with other authors who emerged (or came to our attention) after the first Location Register began work in 1982. Early in 2010 the Arts Council provided funding for the creation of a file which… Continue reading Location Register News 2
The new Location Register of Modern Literary Manuscripts and Letters will begin its research work on 4 January 2011. A full-time Research Officer, Julia Hallam, begins work with the project on 4 January and the intention is to begin with an overview of recent accessions by GLAM members (accessions since about 2002). Julia's first job… Continue reading Location Register News 1