Posts Tagged: literature

Palace of books

My work as a consulting editor for Oxford University Press takes me occasionally to Oxford. When I’m there I like to visit Blackwell’s on Broad Street. In particular, I like to browse the shelves on the book trade. Logically, Heffers

Palace of books

My work as a consulting editor for Oxford University Press takes me occasionally to Oxford. When I’m there I like to visit Blackwell’s on Broad Street. In particular, I like to browse the shelves on the book trade. Logically, Heffers

Bestsellers: review of John Sutherland

Bestsellers (2007) by John Sutherland is published on Oxford’s Very Short Introduction series. There are chapters on definitions, the history of bestsellers in Britain and America, on the modern scene, and commenting on bestseller lists in general. A final chapter,

Bestsellers: review of John Sutherland

Bestsellers (2007) by John Sutherland is published on Oxford’s Very Short Introduction series. There are chapters on definitions, the history of bestsellers in Britain and America, on the modern scene, and commenting on bestseller lists in general. A final chapter,

A blueprint for literature?

In partnership with Arts Council England, Creative and Cultural Skills (the ‘Sector Skills Council for the UK’s creative and cultural industries’) has published its Literature Blueprint. The signatories are Antonia Byatt (Director, Literature, Arts Council England) and Caroline Felton (Chief

A blueprint for literature?

In partnership with Arts Council England, Creative and Cultural Skills (the ‘Sector Skills Council for the UK’s creative and cultural industries’) has published its Literature Blueprint. The signatories are Antonia Byatt (Director, Literature, Arts Council England) and Caroline Felton (Chief