American Literature Needs Indie Presses posted on 19 Jul 2016
An interesting article from The Atlantic magazine which postulates 'as books from major publishers get bigger and more expensive, smaller houses are taking
Why Do We Write About Orphans So Much? posted on 19 Jul 2016
Why Do We Write About Orphans So Much?
The Secret Agent: Joseph Conrad's radical tale of terror posted on 15 Jul 2016
The BBC Arts website have published this excellent article by Brian Morton.
I Found A Rare Copy of June Allison Gibbons' Outsider Novel posted on 14 Jul 2016
Who were the Gibbon twins and has anyone heard of The Pepsi-Cola Addict by one half of the duo, June?
Interview with a Bookstore: Dylans Mobile Bookstore in Wales posted on 14 Jul 2016
The Guardian website has reproduced an article from The Literary Hub about this famous mobile book shop in Wales
Interview with a Bookstore: Harvard Book Store, Massachusetts' books maze posted on 12 Jul 2016
Started with a $300 loan in 1932, Harvard Book Store has been independently run ever since. Its booksellers today share their favourite reads and best regu
The late-blooming author of 'To Sir, With Love' just turned 104 posted on 11 Jul 2016
Debra Eve's Late Bloomers website has published a tribute to E.R. Braithwaite on the occasion of his 104 birthday
Writers in Paris posted on 07 Jul 2016
In the years after the First World War, a number of American writers took up residence in Paris.
How The Writer Researches : Annie Proulx posted on 07 Jul 2016
The Literary Hub has published this great interview with the 80 year old Annie Proulx
New York state of mind: Megan Bradbury's literary portrait of a city through its art posted on 06 Jul 2016
Megan Bradbury’s debut novel Everyone is Watching is a portrait of modern New York from the perspective of the artists who have made it their muse.