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It’s been about two months since Words of Power was published, and I’ve been visiting a few places with the book. On the launch day, we had a drinks party at the Blackwell’s on the campus where I work, during which a surprising quantity of raspberry lemonade was drunk in proportion…
Are you Lutterworthy enough for these offers? Of course you are! Check out this month’s line up of discounted titles. The usual suspects: Extramural: Literature and Lifelong Learning By Adrian Barlow An impassioned and articulate defence of the enduring importance of lifelong learning, and in particular the value of literary education for those seeking to… Continue reading July: Monthly Special Offers!
At The Lutterworth Press we are constantly excited by the array of book launches, conferences and events lined up throughout the year. This July is bears no exception. On the 22nd of this month we are looking forward to exhibiting the work of new author Prof. Jem Bloomfield at Waterstones Nottingham. Here, fans, supporters and… Continue reading Words of Power: Reading Shakespeare and the Bible Waterstones Launch!
An inciteful and certainly unique review, that raises some fascinating questions for discussion, of our favourite book and author, Words of Power by Jem Bloomfield. “Bloomfield’s strength is his ability to touch upon highly complex topics and make them accessible while still acknowledging their complexity. I very much hope that there’s room for an expanded… Continue reading #Review Words of Power
Baptists and War Essays on Baptists and Military Conflict, 1640s–1990s By Gordon L. Heath and Michael A.G. Haykin (editors) ISBN: 9780718894085 “I found Maurice Dowling’s essay on ‘Soviet Baptists and the Cold War’ the most interesting: reflecting Russia from the inside, rather than from what one might call the speculation of less favourably disposed outsiders.” Revd… Continue reading #Review Baptists and War
Exciting trailer for the new Swallows and Amazons film, curtesey of Sophie Neville’s blog. Keep your eyes open here for our forthcoming book Swallows, Amazons and Coots: A Reading of Arthur Ransome by Julian Lovelock. Swallows and Amazons – the new film trailer: where adventure meets danger Please click here to view of the… Continue reading Swallows and Amazons 2016 – the film trailer