Jane Haynes was interviewed on BBC Radio London about her forthcoming event at the How To Academy, you can listen to the interview here.
The Belfast Telegraph reviews A Scribbler in Soho: A Celebration of Auberon Waugh.
'In a brief speech at Daunt’s, Naim paid tribute to his friend. He told us: “I miss him, especially when I see the mediocrity of today’s state of affairs and wonder what a field day Bron would have had describing [it] in his unique way. “When I thought of publishing A Scribbler in Soh
'While interviewing Diana (Mosley), Attallah described an integrated Europe, Oswald Mosley’s dream after fascism collapsed, as “imminent” – something that now seems less than likely. More probable is that one day industrious scholars will busy themselves in annotating a complete editi
Heavy Years by Augustus Young is available here today.
Jane Haynes will be part of a panel discussion on whether humanity is in denial at Jewish Book Week. You can read more about the event and get your ticket here.
'Nearly two decades after his death, opinion remains divided as to whether Auberon Waugh was one of the great English humorists or a snobbish antediluvian. This anthology-cum-memoir, respectfully put together by his Literary Review colleague Naim Attallah, supports both arguments.'
The Daily Mail interviews Paola Diana. You can read the interview here and get your copy of Saving the World by Paola Diana here.