On October 11th – 15th, James Clarke & Co./Lutterworth Press had a wonderful time attending the Frankfurt Book Fair, the world’s largest trade fair for books. Nearly 300,000 people were in attendance, and we were delighted to strike up conversations with visitors about our book titles, as well as meeting fellow publishing companies. Many people… Continue reading Frankfurt Book Fair 2017 — A Great Experience!
The Alfred Wallis Factor: Conflict in Post-War St Ives Art by David Wilkinson is available from The Lutterworth press this month, and The Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge will be hosting a talk from the author to celebrate. This will take place on Wednesday 19th July between 13:15 and 14:00. The talk is running in conjunction… Continue reading The Alfred Wallis Factor in St Ives Art
Saturday 13th of May, Sophie will be opening the Arthur Ransome Pin Mill Jamboree in Suffolk, celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Nancy Blackett Trust. For the occasion she will be signing her book The Making of Swallows and Amazons, out May 2017 and available to pre-order. Advance copies will be available at the event… Continue reading Sophie Neville signing for The Making of Swallows and Amazons at Arthur Ransome Pin Mill Jamboree 2017
Following up with Margaret Coombs after the publication of her book, Charlotte Mason: Hidden Heritage and Educational Influence, we were able to catch up with Margaret Coombs to learn more about her, her book and her future projects! 1. What inspired you to write Charlotte Mason: Hidden Heritage and Educational Influence? Well, it happened by… Continue reading Meet the Author: Our Q&A with Margaret Coombs
The Lutterworth Press is pleased to bring you this interview with Sophie Neville, author of forthcoming The Making of Swallows and Amazons (1974). At twelve, Sophie Neville was cast as Titty in the 1974 adaptation of Arthur Ransome’s Swallows and Amazons, which shot for seven weeks in the Lake District. Today Sophie is heavily involved… Continue reading Swallows and Amazons (1974): Interview with Sophie Neville and David Wood
The Lutterworth Press is pleased to bring you another delightful blog post from Margaret A. Coombs, the esteemed author of Charlotte Mason: Hidden Heritage and Educational Influence. This time she writes about the organisation of the Parents’ Union School following the death of Charlotte Mason, and unearths a fascinating article written by Lady Pakenham for… Continue reading Turning Home into School by Margaret Coombs
The Lutterworth Press is proud to announce that our book The Angel Roofs of East Anglia by Michael Rimmer, which was previously shortlisted for the East Anglian Book Awards 2016, has now been longlisted for the New Angle Prize for Literature 2017. The Angel Roofs of East Anglia is the first detailed historical and… Continue reading The Angel Roofs of East Anglia has been longlisted for the New Angle Prize 2017