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Our list of intelligent and beautifully produced non-fiction is growing to include both new fiction and illustrated children’s titles.
Books in which to lose yourself … and find yourself
We are delighted to be to be Highly Commended for Small Press of the Year in South-East England at the British Book Awards 2023.
This week’s featured author
Essays | Feminism
Sarah Polley has just won an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay for her film Women Talking (2023). It was adapted from the novel of the same name by Miriam Toews. Polley was also nominated for an Academy Award for Best Director, and won a Writer’s Guild Award for Adapted Screenplay earlier in March too.
After making short films, Sarah Polley made her feature-length directorial debut with the drama film Away from Her in 2006. She received an Oscar nomination for the screenplay, which she’d adapted from the Alice Munro story ‘The Bear Came Over the Mountain’. Her other projects include the documentary film Stories We Tell (2012), which won the New York Film Critics Circle prize and the National Board of Review award for best documentary; the miniseries adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s novel Alias Grace (2017); and the romantic comedy Take This Waltz (2011).
As a child Sarah starred in the long-running children’s series Road to Avonlea and in Terry Gilliam’s The Adventures of Baron Munchausen. @realsarahpolley
Samson Kambalu at Oxford Literary Festival
25 March 2023: Samson Kambalu will be discussing his life and work, including his memoir The Jive Talker and sculpture Antelope …
Congratulations to Oscar-winner Sarah Polley!
Huge congratulations to Run Towards the Danger author Sarah Polley for winning an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay for Women Talking on Sunday night.
Brutal Outer London in Literary Review
Great to see Brutal Outer London by Simon Phipps featured in the Literary Review.