‘Auberon Waugh’s provocative wine reviews just get better with age’
The Catholic Herald reviews Waugh on Wine by Auberon Waugh. Read the full review Read More
‘A very poignant and thought provoking tale of the torn world of the Levantine during the Great War.’
Jera’s Jamboree reviews Only the Dead by T.J. Gorton. Read the full review Read More
It’s Always Hard to Control Your Demons…
I read recently an article in one of the papers that said it is perfectly normal to want to kill your boss if after a bad day at work you’ve daydreamed idly about pushing him down the stairs, even in some cases going so fa
Read T.J. Gorton’s guest post for Annabookbel Blog, as he discusses the inspiration behind his first novel. You can read the post here and get your copy of Only the Dead
Jane Haynes and Christopher Prendergast discussed Proust, psychoanalysis and much more at a SITE for Contemporary Psychoanalysis event at The October Gallery on 11th April. You can watch the discussion online here.
Jane Haynes and Alexander Newley will be speaking about childhood at the Queen’s Park Book Festival…
Jane Haynes and Alexander Newley will be speaking about childhood at Queen’s Park Book Festival on 29th June. Get your tickets here today.
‘A Bitter Harvest is a novel of an era coming to an end, speeded up by the war. It’s about marriage, concepts of what that union means but more generally it’s about relationships. This is the first volume of a series set during the interwar years. I enjoyed this novel enough
‘With luck, it will open the eyes of some of the young to the joys of political incorrectness, and, as Waugh suggested to his American
Oggy Boytchev is included in Yinka Shonibare’s tribute to UK diversity artwork The British Library at The Tate Modern
Quartet author Oggy Boytchev has been included in Yinka Shonibare’s artwork The British Library, which is a tribute to UK diversity recently acquired by The Tate Modern. You can read the Guardian article on the artwork Read More