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13: QueenSpark archive

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13: QueenSpark archive

The QueenSpark online archive was launched on 1 March 2006 at the Brighthelm Centre.

Ursula Howard (above with Stella Cardus and John Riches) spoke movingly about early books and the origins of the organisation. The event was full-to-bursting with volunteers, workers and associates from QueenSpark's history - 34 years and counting!

For the first time, the new site allowed visitors to browse through the entire catalogue of published books, buy them, or if they were out of print vote for a re-print. They could also search inside the books and read extracts including the words or phrases they searched for.

This functionality is now an integral part of this website and QueenSpark has moved into electronic publishing ...


This page was amended on 13/05/2015
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02: First book02: First book
03: Personal stories03: Personal stories
04: Political themes04: Political themes
05: Group authorship05: Group authorship
06: Urban records06: Urban records
07: Market Books07: Market Books
08: Community focus08: Community focus
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10: The Millennium10: The Millennium
11: Cultural diversity11: Cultural diversity
12: Fiction12: Fiction
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15: Back to basics15: Back to basics
16: Re-invention16: Re-invention
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