On Friday 23rd September, the Lutterworth team set sail for an Arthur Ransome adventure, featuring author Julian Lovelock, High Sheriff of Buckingham, Millie Soames and the original Titty Walker- best known as Sophie Neville- at the helm! We were delighted to have launched the hotly anticipated Swallows, Amazons and Coots: A Reading of Arthur Ransome… Continue reading Swallows, Amazons and Coots: The Launch!
All our authors are very busy at the monent. Some are putting the finishing touches to a host of fantastic new titles for 2013 and others are telling the world about their new releases. Indeed, it gives me great pleaseure to invite you to 4, yes 4 upcoming events being organised by some of our… Continue reading Roll Up! Roll Up!
If you’re interested in Maritime History why not come along to one of R.W.H. Miller’s upcoming talks? Our author has two public events this month covering a span of history as huge as the seven seas! January 23rd, Wednesday @ 6.00 p.m. at The Salvation Army Bath Temple Corps, 37 Oolite Road, Odd Down, Bath… Continue reading Maritime History in the Making
Keep an eye out this weekend for our in-house physicist coming to a coffee table near you! The Scotsman has hinted that they hope to publish ‘The Higgs in One Sentence’ – a piece by Nicholas Mee in the Saturday edition of their fine newspaper. The piece attempts to do exactly what it says on… Continue reading NEWS FLASH!
Just a quick post to wish the best of luck to our fantastic author John Aplin who is talking to the Friends of Eton College today. John Aplin is of course author of the much celebrated Thackeray Family Biography, comprising two volumes: Memory and Legacy and The Inheritance of Genius. Click the images below for… Continue reading Friends!
Lutterworth Press author Jonathan Macy will be speaking to a potential audience of 4,500(!) at this year’s New Wine conference in Shepton Mallet, Somerset. The event, taking place from the 23rd-29th of this month, aims to bring together people who want to be part of something bigger than their local church. The week promises an… Continue reading Lutterworth part of ‘huge celebration of God’s goodness, generosity & grace’
We are pleased to reveal that John Gould, one of the editors of the successful book title Of Seas and Ships and Scientists will be involved in the Hay festival June 2nd 2011, discussing the most urgent issues around the threat to the marine environment of deep water drilling, the fisheries crisis, climate change, trade… Continue reading Of Seas and Ships editor at the Hay Festival 2011