Julia Carter’s book ‘Sunlight and Shadows’ in the Daily Mail and Mail Online
Writers of the early 20th Century who found solace in France
Julia Carter has created a book of essays featuring six great writers and artists of the early 20th century. Each of them came to the South of France carrying shadows from their pasts that ran into the present.
Adam Leigh’s novel ‘The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus’ in The Big Issue
Independent Bookshop Week: The best books from independent publishers | The Big Issue
Jane Graham gives a quick round up of a range of books to keep you occupied during this year’s Independent Bookshop Week.
Author of business book ‘Almost Is Not Good Enough’ Andrew Jennings receives OBE
Cambridge Satchel Company founder Julie Deane awarded CBE, while retail veteran Andrew Jennings receives OBE – TheIndustry.fashion
Cambridge Satchel Company founder Julie Deane has been awarded the CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2021.
‘Jewish Pride’ author Ben Freeman in an article for Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Young Zionist Jews say they’re fighting antisemitism on social media. What are they accomplishing? – Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Combating what they call a deluge of online hate, these activists in their 20s and 30s are hoping to shape the conversation around anti-Zionism and antisemitism. Some fear it’s a “losing battle.”
Reckless Gardener reviews ‘Wildflowers for the Queen’ by Hugo Rittson Thomas
Wildflowers for The Queen – Review
In his new book, “Wildflowers for the Queen – a celebration of wildflower meadows“, Hugo Rittson Thomas celebrates a very different cultural icon – our precious wildflower meadows.
‘The Bull & Last’ cookbook features in the Monocle Minute newsletter
Sunday 10 January 2021 – The Monocle Minute
A gentle rundown on food, entertaining, hotels and the way we live – from the desks of Monocle’s editors and bureaux chiefs.
Ham & High interview with ‘The Bull & Last’ cookbook author and chef Ollie Pudney
From Scotch eggs to mulled cider how 300 year old pub has adapted to 2020
“There are a lot of Bulls in the area” says Ollie Pudney chef and co-owner of The Bull & Last.
“Even the customers get confused.
SLMan interviews ‘The Bull & Last’ cookbook creator Joe Swiers
How One Great London Pub Has Got Through 2020
Joe Swiers and Ollie Pudney took over the Bull & Last in Highgate in the noughties and turned it into a cracking north London pub. They were about to add rooms for overnighters when 2020 hit. Joe spoke to SLMan about what’s happened this year and why the future is still bright…
The Bull & Last cookbook reviewed in The Caterer
Book review: The Bull Last by Ollie Pudney and…
Located in an enviable location on the edge of Londons Hampstead Heath the Bull Last is so much more than just another boozer.
Harpers.co.uk’s pre-launch article on Raul Diaz’s ‘Wines & Recipes’
Wine expert Raul Diaz gears up to launch wine and recipe book with a twist – Harpers Wine & Spirit Trade News
Wine expert Raul Diaz has made his first move into publishing with a wine and recipe book promising to deliver a difference in the burgeoning…
Reaction review of Adam Leigh’s novel ‘The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus’
Books Digest – Deborah Levy, See/Saw and The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus – Reaction
The Reaction round-up of what you should, and shouldn’t, be reading this week
‘Born Digital’ author Robert Wigley writes for the Fair Observer
Will We Wake Up to the Big Tech Distraction Crisis?
Big Tech needs to find a better balance between profit and societal good if it is to retain its license to dominate our lives.
‘Born Digital’ author Robert Wigley’s article for Reuters Events
’We’ve dealt Gen Z a bad hand of cards. Now we must give them the
COMMENT: Robert Wigley argues that regulators have a duty to ensure companies that control the internet serve society, not just their own profit and loss accounts.
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