A number of carefully chosen titles are available from our website at a discounted price. Offers end on the 31st of August! Book of the Month: Adolf Keller: Ecumenist, World Citizen, Philanthropist By Marianne Jehle-Wildberger A rigorously researched biography of the celebrated Swiss theologian, one of the leading lights of the ecumenical movement in the early… Continue reading August Special Offers!
A number of choice titles are available from our website at a discounted price. Don’t miss this opportunity, the offers will end on the 31st of July! Book of the Month: Andrew Young: Priest, Poet and Naturalist By Richard Ormrod A literary biography of the priest and poet Andrew Young, establishing him amongst the greats of… Continue reading July Special Offers!
There once was a publishing house, Who released books from North to the South, From Theology to Art, They were all fairly smart, Selling collections that were very routh! Happy #NationalLimerickDay from all of us at James Clarke & Co / The Lutterworth Press! For our full range of titles, follow this link! http://tinyurl.com/zz9uh7x
By Heshani G. Arachchige March 21st marks World Poetry Day. On this day we celebrate all things poetry, be it reading, teaching, or publishing. The Lutterworth Press provides a range of books celebrating poetry which study the art form and its artists through multiple perspectives. Find the collection below, alongside some helpful links to the… Continue reading World Poetry Day
The Lutterworth Press and Browsers Bookshop, Woodbridge, warmly invite you to the launch of Richard Aldington: Poet, Soldier, Lover 1911–1929, a new and insightful biography of the war poet and novelist Richard Aldington, exploring his pre-war, wartime and post-war experiences, writings and relationships, by Vivien Whelpton. The author will be signing copies of the book,… Continue reading Book Launch!
Press Release Richard Aldington Poet, Soldier and Lover 1911-1929 by Vivien Whelpton ISBN: 9780718893187 Due for pre-release: 30/01/2014 Richard Aldington: Poet, Soldier and Lover 1911-1929 details a period of the life of a neglected voice of the First World War. Aldington’s status as a war poet is attested by his place among the sixteen poets… Continue reading Richard Aldington
We are really excited to present this new publication, Private Lives of the Ancient Mariner, and in this post you can find some information about the author and her character, Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Samuel Taylor Coleridge (21 October 1772 – 25 July 1834) was an English poet, literary critic and philosopher who was a founder… Continue reading Samuel Taylor Coleridge and ‘Private Lives of the Ancient Mariner’
Private Lives of the Ancient Mariner Coleridge and his Children By Molly Lefebure ISBN: 9780718893002 ‘There are few biographers who can claim such a long, intense engagement with their subjects as Lefebure. If she sometimes writes as though convinced she has cleared up all the complex mysteries of Coleridge’s character […] perhaps it’s because she… Continue reading Review! Private Lives of the Ancient Mariner
The most fascinating figures of History are always the ambiguous and contradictory ones. If, on top of that, the character is scandalously original and highly controversial, how could we help being captivated? The name of John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester instantaneously conjures up many images, not all of them flattering, but all of them colourful.… Continue reading Passion for Rochester
It’s National Poetry Day…apparently. Here at the Lutterworth Press however we feel that poetry is for life, not just for October 6th (which seems a little arbitrary, who decides these things?). Anyway, anything that raises interest in poetry is no bad thing, so in keeping with National Poetry Day here is a plethora of poetry… Continue reading Happy National Poetry Day!