Sally Emerson writes a guest post for Broken Bodies on It Takes a Woman blog. You can read the full post here and get your copy of the book here today.
For the first stop of the blog tour, there's a Q&A with Sally Emerson on First Page to Last Blog. You can read this here and get your copy of Listeners and Broken Bodies now.
The day I tried to persuade Benazir Bhutto not to return to Pakistan by Desmond de Silva for The Observer
Desmond de Silva remembers the day he tried to persuade Benazir Bhutto not to return to Pakistan and writes about it for The Observer. You can read the piece here and get your copy of Madam, Where Are Your Mangoes? here.
Follow Broken Bodies and Listeners by Sally Emerson on a UK blog tour.. .Starting on Friday 27th October!
Get your copy of Madam, Where Are Your Mangoes? by Desmond de Silva here today.
If you're going to the Basquiat exhibition, don't forget to read up on this extraordinary artist beforehand. We published the definitive biography of Basquiat. Get your copy here today. .
Our Chairman Naim Attallah interviewed an extraordinary list of men for his title Singular Encounters following the success of his book Women. In Singular Encounters he interviews: Sir Harold Acton, Lord Alexander, Michael Aspel, Mark Birley, William F. Buckley Jr, Sir Raymond Carr, M
Alba Arikha will be speaking to David Goodhart about Major/Minor at Daunt Books, Hampstead on Thursday 12th October. You can read more about this event here and reserve a place. To get a copy of Major/Minor, now in paperback, is available here.
Madam, Where Are Your Mangoes? is featured in the Times diary on three different occasions! Here are the three stories... 'De Silva’s book has lots of good anecdotes, such as the one about a dinner thrown by the chief of the general staff, after which the US ambassador lit up a la