"Literature" Blogs & Blog Posts

LiteraryMindedLiteraryMinded

Book reviews, author interviews and the literary adventures of writer, edit...

 
Scribble City CentralScribble City Central

Multigenre UK children's author Lucy Coats blogs about books, mytholog...

 
Revue BlancheRevue Blanche

creative writing

 
Satisfacciones de esclavoSatisfacciones de esclavo

Aproximaciones a esa forma de proporcionarse placer que es la literatura y ...

 
Notes from a roomNotes from a room

Literary writing and quotes.

 
Trevor CookTrevor Cook

politics, international relations, literature

 
Planting WordsPlanting Words

My life as a gardener of words...

 


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At the University of Cambridge in the 1930s, Guy Burgess (1911-63) was in a group of upper middle-class students who believed that capitalism could never be democratic and that Germany, USA and UK were rapidly moving to the right. His friends, all e...

Marguerite Alibert (1890-1971) was born in Paris to working class parents. Young Marguerite was blamed for not having watched her baby brother properly so as a punishment, her parents sent her to the Sisters of Mary. The nuns reminded her daily that...

Anne-Louise Willoughby wrote her book Nora Heysen: a Port­rait very well. The daughter of famous artist father Hans Heysen, Nora (1911-2003) was born in Hahn­dorf Sth Australia, and received her early art train­ing from her dad...

"New York Times Best-selling author" is a one of those highly treasured accolades to which most writers aspire. It's the kind of recognition that can make or break a writer's career — even though the numbers are not curated in a plain and simple wa...

My goal years ago was to travel on every long, luxury rail trip in the world. And to write each experience up in this blog, achieved so far for Australia, Canada, USA, Japan, Southern China, Singapore, India, Spain, France and Britain.Since then, I r...

In January 2020, Bloomsbury Academic Press published Dr Lynne Swarts’ first book, encompassing her passion for intellectual int­ersections: modern European history, Jewish history, gender studies and visual culture. Gender, Orientalism and the Jew...

In 1835, the Morning Chronicle in London launched an evening edit­ion, edited by music critic George Hogarth. Hogarth invited Charl­es Dickens (1812–70) to contribute, and Dickens soon became a reg­ul­­ar vis­itor to...