Daniel Randall’s ‘Confronting Antisemitism On The Left’ in The Jewish Chronicle
Finally, a radical left voice about Israel that is worth listening to
A new book by a Jewish socialist confronts the left’s attitudes, and in doing so offers lessons for our community’s response
A brilliant review of Daniel Randall’s ‘Confronting Antisemitism on the Left’ in The Social Review
Review: Confronting Antisemitism on the Left: Arguments for Socialists – The Social Review
Review: Confronting Antisemitism on the Left: Arguments for Socialists – A conversation starter that allows us to seriously discuss how we get
‘Confronting Antisemitism on the Left’ author Daniel Randall talks to David Renton in Tempest
Antisemitism crisis in Labour – Tempest
Daniel Randall and David Renton engage in a dialogue about antisemitism and the crisis in the British Labour Party, while trying to draw out some of the lessons for the internationalist Left.
‘Upping Your Elvis’ author Chris Baréz-Brown in the Daily Express
Businesses warned of one of ‘biggest challenges’ to come with hybrid working | Personal Finance | Finance | Express.co.uk
BUSINESS EXPERT Chris Baréz-Brown is a consultant to some of the top brands in the world. In an exclusive interview, he shared just what businesses should be aware of in the face of the aftermath of the pandemic, how to successfully transition to post-COVID working and ‘Upping Your Elvis’.
The Jewish Journal’s stunning review of Mindy Weisel’s memoir ‘After: The Obligation of Beauty’
The Shoah and the Struggle for Beauty
“After: The Obligation of Beauty” by Mindy Weisel is a testament to the artist’s lifelong struggle to make sense of the Shoah and, especially, the ordeal that her parents survived in Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen.
Helen Garlick talks about her debut memoir ‘No Place to Lie’ for Be More Audrey
IF YOU HAVE A DREAM KEEP REACHING FOR IT | Audrey Online
Once Helen starting writing, she just couldn’t stop. I’ve finally done it. Written and published No Place to Lie, my debut memoir about family secrets: the truth behind my younger brother’s death in 1981 and the hidden secret that my mother took to her grave. I wrote it as a real page-turner – reade…
Inspire Through Reading’s review of ‘The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus’ by Adam Leigh
Book review – The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus
About When restless advertising executive Alex Lazarus meets charming lawyer Julian Lloyd-Mason by chance whilst looking after their children in the park, they hatch a plan to launch a parenting we…
A review of Adam Leigh’s ‘The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus’ on The Book Review Crew blog
Blog Tour Review: The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus
Ambition . Ego . Choices THE CURIOUS RISE OF ALEX LAZARUS by Adam Leigh published 6th May 2021 A study of ambition and the mayhem it can create. THE CURIOUS RISE OF ALEX LAZARUS is
Dr Alice Violett’s review of Adam Leigh’s novel ‘The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus’
Blog tour: The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus by Adam Leigh
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Intensive Gassing About Books’s review of ‘The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus’ by Adam Leigh
#BlogTour The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus – Adam Leigh
A study of ambition and the mayhem it can create. THE CURIOUS RISE OF ALEX LAZARUS is the story of one man’s ambition and the impact it has on himself and on the people closest to him as it recount…
‘The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus’ author Adam Leigh interview on Paterson Loarn
The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus by Adam Leigh — Paterson Loarn
‘It is time to put the two angry dogs in a sack and see who comes out barking.’ The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus is a masterclass in how not to run a business. I was fascinated by Adam Leigh’s stirring tale of a digital start-up in London in 2013. At first the ‘unicorn’ enterprise succeeds beyond ex
Adam Leigh’s novel ‘The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus’ in Campaign Magazine
Adam Leigh on the nature of ambition – virtue or vice?
Leigh’s novel ‘The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus’ examines the impact that unbridled ambition can have on those that covet success and glory.
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.
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