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Books for New Year Revolutions

Mark Perryman | Posted 25.03.2013 | Home
Mark Perryman

So finding the time for a good read to provoke both thought and action is as good a New Year resolution as I can think of. And despite the mind-numbing dullness of the political mainstream in the margins there's thankfully still plenty to savour.

Bayeux Revisited: Or, a Tale of Victorian Censorship

Kate Shrewsday | Posted 16.04.2012 | Home
Kate Shrewsday

Regional museums: a delightful hotch-potch, a veritable Granny's-Front-Room with accompanying cafe, shop and starry-eyed curator. We pottered off to...

Labour of Love: The History of the William Morris Society 1955-2005

Susannah Straughan | Posted 31.03.2012 | Home
Susannah Straughan

I recently gave a fellow volunteer at the William Morris Society a few tips about Twitter. Even if you're a William Morris aficionado, you probably haven't heard of the eponymous Society that boasts only a handful of followers on the micro-blogging site.