Interview with a bookstore : The Wild Detectives posted on 02 Aug 2016
The fabulous Literary Hub have published this latest in their series of 'Interviews With A Bookstore'.
The Stranger Guest: The Literature of Pregnancy and New Motherhood posted on 02 Aug 2016
This article has been published by LARB
Decline and Fall: Evelyn Waugh's orgy of bad taste posted on 01 Aug 2016
The Telegraph has printed this article by Simon Heffer that considers Evelyn Waugh's first great novel.
From public school to the barricades posted on 01 Aug 2016
Between the wars, two privately-educated brothers became the models for today’s well-to-do young leftists by launching an anti-imperialist periodical.
Poetic portraits of migration: Karen McCarthy Woolf and Sophie Herxheimer posted on 29 Jul 2016
In her latest collection, Voyage, poet Karen McCarthy Woolf takes a wryly humorous look at migration
Powell's Interview: Annie Proulx, Author of 'Barkskins' posted on 28 Jul 2016
Powell's Interview: Annie Proulx, Author of 'Barkskins' Powell's Bookshop in Portland, Oregan, have their own blogsite for longer articles about books
How Beatrix Potter is helping to save Britain's hedgehogs posted on 28 Jul 2016
Her anthropomorphic tales of Peter Rabbit, Jemima Puddle Duck and Squirrel Nutkin have made Beatrix Potter one of Britain’s best-loved authors
The Waste Land: voices, sound and music posted on 25 Jul 2016
The Waste Land is crowded with voices and music
Edith Wharton: Why the Age of Innocence author is vanishing from New York City posted on 25 Jul 2016
All that is left of the Serbian Orthodox Cathedral of St Sava on West 26th street is a blackened shell.
Non-fiction and empathy posted on 23 Jul 2016
This piece can be found on Nicola Morgan's own Heartsong Blog.