Inspiring Older Readers
Notes in the margins posted on 27 Oct 2023
Few books are more evocative of my final year at university than the Dent hardback edition of Dylan Thomas’ collected poems
Vintage Dystopia: design classics for the collector posted on 07 Aug 2023
Here at The Letterpress Project we never tire of promoting the physical book as an object of desire in its own right, regardless of author or content.
Sometimes you just can’t resist… posted on 16 Jul 2023
Where do you stand on the question of owning multiple different editions of the same book?
Special story posted on 11 May 2023
I always enjoy a new challenge when it comes to inspiring people about reading and relishing books.
On Christmas Reading posted on 02 Jan 2023
Guest writer, Alun Severn writes about his Christmas holiday reading list - a list filled with triumphs and tribulations
Whatever happened to the books in Barnes & Noble? posted on 30 Oct 2022
Here at the Letterpress Project we’ve been looking forward to a long-delayed trip to meet-up with friends in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Nosing around other people’s bookshelves posted on 05 Sep 2022
If you are foolish enough to invite me into your house be prepared for me to make a beeline for your bookshelves,
Vintage Everyman Paperbacks posted on 01 Sep 2022
The Everyman library of book titles must be one of the better known book imprints ...
More on Barbara Pym posted on 13 Jun 2022
Guest writer, Alun Severn looks back at the work of Barbara Pym and finds her 'a more complex, more accomplished and more acerbic writer' than he expected.
Rereading The Ballroom of Romance & Other Stories posted on 30 Mar 2022
Guest writer, Alun Severn takes another look at the work of short story master, William Trevor and discovers 'there are sufficient for a lifetime’s reading