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Index on Censorship Big Debate: Journalism or fiction?
17 Jun 2016
BY JOSIE TIMMS
Chris Bond, Yvette Huddleston, Rachael Jolley and Anthony Clavane Photos: Fiona Gell/The Leeds Big Bookend Festival

Chris Bond, Yvette Huddleston, Rachael Jolley and Anthony Clavane
Photos: Fiona Gell/The Leeds Big Bookend Festival

The Index on Censorship Big Debate took place at the 5th annual Leeds Big Bookend Festival this week, where journalists and authors were invited to discuss which has the biggest impact: journalism or fiction. Index’s magazine editor Rachael Jolley was joined by assistant features editor of The Yorkshire Post Chris Bond, Yorkshire-based journalist and author Yvette Huddleston and author of the award- winning Promised Land Anthony Clavane to explore which medium is more influential and why, as part of a series of Time To Talk debates held by Eurozine. Audio from the debate will be available at Time to Talk or listen below.

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Josie Timms

Josie Timms is former editorial assistant at Index on Censorship and the first Liverpool John Moores University/Tim Hetherington fellow.

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