Talking tattoos, childhood friends and twitter with our author Jackie Buckle.
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!
Much like the many years before it, this year’s bookfair was a great success. Here at The Lutterworth Press we very much enjoyed exhibiting our extensive catalogue alongside our fellow publishers. Keep reading below for a few snapshots of the event! To see our full catalogue, go to http://www.lutterworth.com or contact email@example.com for a copy… Continue reading A Snapshot of Frankfurt Bookfair 2016
In the lead up to the publication of his new title Words of Power: Reading Shakespeare and the Bible, we were able to catch up with Prof. Jem Bloomfield to ask him some questions about himself and his work! 1. What inspired you to write about Shakespeare and the Bible? They’re both texts – or collections of… Continue reading Meet the Author: Our Interview with Jem Bloomfield
Our editorial team here at The Lutterworth Press put a lot of hard work into designing the covers of our books, often being sent back to the drawing board just to make minor adjustments! A lot of thought is put behind the cover layout, design and image selection. Here’s some of our recent covers from… Continue reading Can You Judge a Book by its Cover?
As written in Publishing Weekly, Nell Zink plays with the idea of Plot VS Character. They’re two essential elements of any story, right? Zink writes how in today’s coming of age novel, there are so many instances where boy meets girl and the characters drive the novel. Is this really a bad thing? In my… Continue reading Philip’s Blog Spot – Character and Plot in Teen Fiction
Hello everyone! My name is Olivia and I recently graduated from King’s College London with a BA in Religion, Philosophy and Ethics. After graduating I thought a lot about what I wanted to do as a career and decided that publishing was something that had been in the back of my mind for a while.… Continue reading My time at James Clarke & Co./ The Lutterworth Press