The Editor - December 5th, 2012
This month our first book group let us know their thoughts on Alys, Always by Harriet Lane
Jennifer - December 3rd, 2012
W&N Editorial Assistant Jennifer Kerslake launches our new monthly feature, with this coming-of-age tale from 1960
Alison - November 29th, 2012
We all love independent bookshops, of course, but I’m feeling particularly warm towards them this week thanks to the brilliantly tongue-in-cheek campaign that’s currently running across the country. Poking sly fun at Amazon’s current woes with parliament – the internet giant stands accused by MPs of avoiding UK taxes – independent booksellers are proudly displaying posters emblazoned with slogans including “Can pay do pay! We pay our taxes”, and “Your money, your bookshop, your community, we pay our taxes”.
And I’m not the only one feeling the indie love. This weekend, Barack Obama took his daughters to One More Page, an independent bookstore in Arlington, Virginia, where they snapped up 15 children’s books .
The Editor - November 27th, 2012
Author J.W. Ironmonger tells us about his recent experience
The Editor - November 23rd, 2012
W&N author Richard Morris discusses how he came to write Time’s Anvil and his own experience of publication.