W.H. Crossland: An Architectural Biography By Sheila Binns Out on the 24/09/2020 Pre Order Now At the lavish opening ceremony of the Royal Holloway College in 1886, William Henry Crossland presented Queen Victoria with an album of his drawings of the College – the phantasmagoria of a building he had created for Thomas Holloway in… Continue reading W.H. Crossland: An Architectural Biography
W.H. Crossland: An Architectural Biography By Sheila Binns Out on 24/09/2020 “In enabling Yorkshire architect W.H. Crossland to step out of the shadows, this detailed study of his life and work provides further valuable evidence of the significant contribution made by provincial architects to the richness and complexity of Victorian architecture.” Professor Hilary J. Grainger… Continue reading New in September
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This week sees the launch of the Erewash Press, a venture I’m extremely excited about. I’m one half of the outfit, the other half being my wife, an editor and cover designer who previously worked for Oxford University Press. We’re going to be publishing affordable editions of unusual, slightly obscure or…
We are very excited to be exhibiting at the Frankfurt Book Fair next week! We have our bags packed and catalogues stored, ready to meet with fellow traders and book-lovers alike. If you will also be there, why not drop by our stand 4.2 G72 and we would be delighted to meet you! http://www.lutterworth.com http://www.jamesclarke.co.uk… Continue reading Frankfurt Book Fair 2016!
by Emily Jones Today marks the World Health Organisation’s World Mental Health Day! This year’s theme set by the World Federation for Mental Health is psychological first aid and the support people can provide to those in distress. Here at Lutterworth, we believe in the healing power of books by exposing traumatic or troubling emotions and… Continue reading Raising Awareness on #WorldMentalHealthDay
‘Can you be in Cowes at 9.00am tomorrow morning?’ I was asked. BBC South Today explained that they’d like to interview me about being in ‘Swallows and Amazons’ back in… Source: Swallows and Amazons films profiled on BBC South Today
On the 1-3rd September, James Clarke & Co. / The Lutterworth Press’s Emily Jones was delighted to attend the British New Testament Society Conference to meet with professors, authors and conference-goers at Chester University, as this year’s BNTC hosts. Exhibiting alongside other publishing houses such as Bloomsbury, Alban Books, Baylor, Wipf and Stock and SPCK.… Continue reading British New Testament Society Conference 2016
by Thomas Creedy I was delighted to recieve a copy of this book in the post, as it combines a number of my passions in one ‘handy’ volume. Regular readers will know that I am passionate about reading, the Bible, and books in general. Old friends will also know that I had a limited… Continue reading #Review ‘Words of Power: Reading Shakespeare and the Bible’
On Friday 22nd July, Waterstones Nottingham opened its doors to welcome two titans of the English-speaking culture- and, of course- Prof Jem Bloomfield. At the event guests received a talk from the author, discussing his work, inspiration and passion for both literary and religious texts. This was followed by a Q&A session,… Continue reading Waterstones Introduces ‘Words of Power’ with Jem Bloomfield
With Springtime now truly upon us and temperatures rising by the day, the National Association of Flower Arrangement Societies, or NAFAS as they are more commonly known, have placed 6th May as National Flower Arranging Day! Following the great success of ‘The Lonely Bouquet’ campaign last year, members of the societies have gathered to leave bouquets… Continue reading It’s National Flower Arranging Day!