‘The dirty-handkerchief side of life’

Henry Miller's The Tropic of Cancer was first published in 1934 and has been a cause celebre ever since.

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An exclusive interview with Rosie J. Pova

The Letterpress Project is delighted to present an exclusive interview with author, Rosie J. Pova. Rosie is a multi-published, award-winning children's author, poet, speaker, writing coach and school presenter 

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Hiram Holliday: big hearted adventures in a Europe heading for total war

Paul Gallico's Adventures of Hiram Holliday provides the reader with a most unlikely hero fighting for justice in a Europe sliding towards fascism

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Nothing short of unstoppable

Guest reviewer, Joanna Lim thinks about how 'The Paper Bag Princess' by Robert Munsch  provides a strong message about gender equality

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Cromwell's poet

Milton and the English Revolution by Christopher Hill draws a very human picture of the much misunderstood poet and re-evaluates his long term legacy.

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