John Clare: The Trespasser

by John Goodridge, R.K.R. Thornton

John Clare was reputedly a solitary, shy man, at one with nature and the world around him. Although these authors have both published books …

Available (Published: July 2016)
ISBN: 9781910170298


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Harper Lee and the American South

by Katie Hamilton

Harper Lee and the American South follows the publication of Go Set a Watchman and the controversy surrounding the book. In this pamphlet, K …

Available (Published: September 2015)
ISBN: 9781910170274


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These Seven

by Alan Sillitoe, Alison Moore, Brick, John Harvey, Megan Taylor, Paula Rawsthorne, Shreya Sen Handley

These Seven Nottingham writers cover a lot of ground. John Harvey visits his traditional world of crime with a story more domestic than usua …

Available (Published: May 2015)
ISBN: 9781910170205


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Doctor Who and the Communist

by Michael Herbert

Malcolm Hulke was a successful writer for radio, television and the cinema from the 1950s to the late 1970s. His work included episodes for …

Available (Published: January 2015)
ISBN: 9781910170083


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Reading Room Only: Memoir of a Radical Bibliophile

by Phil Cohen

Phil Cohen – at one time “Dr John”, the leading figure of London hippy squatters in 1969, and erstwhile Professor of Cultural Studies at the …

Available (Published: April 2013)
ISBN: 9781907869785


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Ted Hughes and Translation

by Daniel Weissbort

Ted Hughes and Daniel Weissbort, as co-founders of the quarterly magazine Modern Poetry in Translation, had a working relationship over many …

Available (Published: December 2010)
ISBN: 9781907869006


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Memories of Ted Hughes: 1952-63

by Daniel Huws

Daniel Huws became a close friend of Ted Hughes at Cambridge. In this memoir he describes the young and still carefree Ted Hughes, his Cambr …

Available (Published: February 2010)
ISBN: 9781905512751


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Off The Wall: the journey of a play

by Peter Mortimer

Off The Wall: the journey of a play. Illustrated with photographs. Off the Wall is a lively guide to the idiosyncrasies of Hadrian’s Wall an …

Available (Published: May 2007)
ISBN: 9781905512157


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The Silver Throat of the Moon: Writing in Exile

edited by Jennifer Langer

Refugees and asylum seekers are rarely out of the headlines, or political debate, but only rarely do people in exile have the opportunity to …

Available (Published: May 2005)
ISBN: 9780907123651


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The Radical Twenties: Writing, Politics and Culture (Paperback version)

by John Lucas

“What is particularly valuable in this book is the attention Lucas gives to a number of texts from the 1920s that have had less attention th …

Available (Published: November 1997)
ISBN: 9780907123170


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