New ACE journal explores 'value of art and culture'

Arts Council England (ACE) has launched a new journal devoted to discussing "the value of art and culture". The magazine, Create, available digitally through ACE's website, features pieces from former prime minister John Major, novelist Naomi Alderman, and an interview with Neil Gaiman speaking at length about libraries. Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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