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We’ve Made The British Book Awards Small Press Of The Year Shortlist!

We Are Small Press Of The Year 2019 Regional Finalists! The British Book Awards (or Nibbies) have drawn attention to our unique line in publishing, making us one nine shortlisted Presses in London! @CassavaRepublic, @DauntBooksPub, @HenninghamPress, @JacarandaBooks, @lantanapub, @SaqiBooks, @TheSchoolOfLife, @TinyOwl_Books and @CanburyPress The Awards say: We received a huge number of fantastic entries this year

There’s Sense In Nonsense: HFP in Moscow with The British Council

I Five metres from a slipper bath filled with ice and cocktails, discussing Modernist Art with Paul Mason, Jenny Broom, Aysulu and Anna (from British Council Russia) we found we had experienced the same epiphany as Paul at the Tretyakov Gallery that day. We had been confronted by an alternative narrative of the origins of

Brilliant review in The Times Literary Supplement of our Unknown Soldier

The Times Literary Supplement, ‘the leading international forum for literary culture’, has published a celebratory review of ‘An Unknown Soldier’. You can read the review here: Against Unremembering In the review David Collard puts our poem into context, saying: Henningham’s mordant wit and avant-garde flair is part of another poetic tradition stretching back to Wyndham

Artists in Public: Zuidervaart’s defence of Arts funding pt.3

You are an Artist. You graduated from art college more than two years ago, but opportunities seem to be drying up, or at least are a bit chaotic. Occasionally local things come up, but you fear involvement with ‘community art’ will effect your credibility with the gallery system. You haven’t achieved gallery representation yet and

No Country For Old Capitalists: WG Sebald and Agricultural Idealism

The recent collection of WG Sebald’s biographical writings, entitled A Place In the Country, invites us to consider the influence of six great writers that were dear to Sebald during his life, the implication being that he too belongs on the list. The six greats are ‘tormented souls,’ and it is ‘their absolute failure to
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