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2 Aldeburgh: Poetry festival ends today: masterclass with Thomas Lynch (10.45am); Helen Dunmore on D H Lawrence (2pm); Herbert Lomas, Paula Meehan, Eira Stenberg read (3.30pm), all in Jubilee Hall. 01728 453543

2 Swansea: poet/singer/songwriter Twm Morys leads a workshop on the Bardic Tradition; Ty Llen, Somerset Pl; Sun 5, 4pm, pounds 3/pounds 2. 01792 652211

2 London: Mark Tully talks about his new book Heart of India at Blackheath Concert Halls, 23 Lee Rd, SE3; Mon 6, talk 9pm (pounds 6/pounds 4), supper and talk 7.45pm (pounds 16/pounds 14). 0181 463 0100

T Coraghessan Boyle reads from his new novel The Tortilla Curtain at the ICA, The Mall, SW1; Wed 8, 1pm, pounds 3.50/pounds 2.50. 0171 930 3647

Poet Andrew Motion talks about Keats, the subject of his forthcoming biography; Voice Box, Royal Festival Hall, SE1; Thur 9, 7.30pm, pounds 4/pounds 2.50. 0171 960 4242

Blake Morrison and Susan Wicks talk about their fathers and their writing in the Cottesloe, Royal National Theatre, South Bank SE1; Fri 10, 6pm, pounds 3.50/pounds 2.50. 0171 928 2252

2 Aberdeen: poet, playwright and journalist Trevor Royle talks about his work at the Arts Centre, 33 King St; Tue 7, 7.30pm, free. 01224 635208

2 Edinburgh: Andrew O'Hagan reads from his new book The Missing at the Assembly Rooms, 43 George St; Tue 7, 8pm, pounds 2/free. 0131 220 4349

2 Bradford: Poets on Poets: Douglas Dunn talks about Philip Larkin at the Central Library, Prince's Way; Thur 9, 7.30pm, pounds 3/pounds 2. 01274 753666

2 Nottingham: Andrew Marr on his book Ruling Britannia; Senate Chamber, Trent Building, Univ of Nottingham; Thur 9, 7pm, free. 0115 958 0272

2 Richmond-on-Thames: Bernice Rubens talks at York House, Richmond Rd, Twickenham; Fri 10, 8pm, pounds 4/pounds 3.

Atilla the Stockbroker performs his poetry at The Orange Tree, Kew Rd; Sat 11, 8pm, pounds 6/pounds 4. 0181 332 0534

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