2013 heralds a big expansion of Emma Donoghue’s audiobook publications.Read More >
Chris Greenhalgh’s romantic novel of passion, adultery and creativity is published by W. F. Howes in CD and audio download on 1 February 2013.Read More >
‘Of what the lovers talked, how they loved each other — and why — can only be imagined and Greenhalgh artfully shuffles the few known facts to create a rich, lyrical novel that manages their love affair without a trace of sentimentality.’Read More >
Emma Donoghue’s short story, ‘Urban Myths’, appears in this collection in aid of Console, the Irish suicide prevention charity.Read More >
A sparkling novel by Chris Greenhalgh that captures the love affair between two unforgettable people: Ingrid Bergman and Robert Capa.Read More >
Counterfeiter. Dishwasher. Prostitute. Attorney. Sculptor. Mercenary. Elephant. Corpse.
The fascinating characters that roam across the pages of Emma Donoghue’s latest fact-inspired fictions have all gone astray: they are emigrants, runaways, drifters.Read More >
The Treatise of Walter of Bibbesworth is a didactic poem in Anglo-Norman which surveys a host of practical matters in thirteenth-century England.
Andrew Dalby has produced the first modern translation of this gem, so far undiscovered by the wider public.Read More >
This fascinating book by Andrew and Maureen Dalby explores the plays alongside contemporary recipes to offer modern‐day cooks a unique insight into daily life and gastronomy in Shakespeare’s London.Read More >