Leadership in Unknown Waters: Liminality as Threshold to the Future by Lisa Withrow Out on 29/10/2020 “Lisa Withrow has created an authoritative addition to the growing canon of liminality studies. Leadership in Unknown Waters is unrivalled in its unique combination of the two disciplines of liminality and leadership. Withrow leads the reader to some of the great… Continue reading New in October
Armies of Pestilence: The Impact of Pandemic on History By R.S. Bray Out on 30/04/2020 “A very pleasant surprise. Bray is both judicious and modest in his approach … and displays a genuine historical sense … What distinguishes it from many other offerings is the author’s willingness to acknowledge how difficult it is to diagnose… Continue reading New in April
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy… Continue reading A Snapshot of Frankfurt Bookfair 2016
For more from Julian Lovelock, why not click to read his Lutterworthy Q&A session? Swallows, Amazons and Coots: A Reading of Arthur Ransome is available now, click here for more details, reviews and extracts!
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’
Mere Education C. S. Lewis as Teacher for Our Time by Mark A. Pike ISBN: 9780718893255 “The author has produced a superb work, synthesizing the thought on education and schooling sprinkled through many of Lewis’s books-fiction and nonfiction, apologetic, and purely academic… Christian educators will grow in their understanding of teaching and their development as… Continue reading Review! Mere Education