SILENCED VOICES CRIME POETRY COMPETITION LR CLASSIFIEDS LR CROSSWORD LR BOOKSHOP AUDIOBOOK
48 49 50 51 52 53
55 56 58
59 60 62 64 17 42 63
ALLAN MASSIE Footsteps in Paris: A Few Streets, A Few Lives Gillian Tindall MICHAEL HOLMAN We Have Tomorrow: Stirrings in Africa 1959–1967 Peter Mackay JOHN KEAY A Shadow Falls: In the Heart of Java Andrew Beatty
JONATHAN DERBYSHIRE What Price Liberty? How Freedom Was Won and Is Being Lost Ben Wilson ADRIAN WEALE The Secret Life of War: Journeys Through Modern Conflict Peter Beaumont JONATHAN MIRSKY Sweet Water and Bitter: The Ships That Stopped the Slave Trade Siân Rees RONALD HUTTON Grimoires: A History of Magic Books Owen Davies PAUL JOHNSON Eric Ravilious: Landscape, Letters & Design Anne Ullmann, Christopher Whittick & Simon Lawrence PATRICK O’CONNOR Tenor: History of a Voice John Potter FRANK MCLYNN Frankly, My Dear: ‘Gone with the Wind’ Revisited Molly Haskell
PATRICIA DUNCKER Wolf Hall Hilary Mantel SAM LEITH Brooklyn Colm Tóibín URSULA KLE GUIN The Post Office Girl Stefan Zweig PAMELA NORRIS The Children’s Book A S Byatt CRESSIDA CONNOLLY The Winter Vault Anne Michaels DJTAYLOR Nocturnes: Five Stories of Music and Nightfall Kazuo Ishiguro MICHELE ROBERTS The Thing Around Your Neck Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie PHILIP WOMACK The Quickening Maze Adam Foulds THOMAS MARKS ON SHORT STORY COLLECTIONS PETER SCOTT ON DEBUT NOVELS
LUCY POPESCU JESSICA MANN
JONATHAN SUMPTION is a practising QC, and the latest volume of his history of the Hundred Years War, Divided Houses, was published in February by Faber.
DIANA ATHILL is the author, most recently, of Somewhere Towards the End, which won the Costa Book Award for biography this year.
FELIPE FERNANDEZ-ARMESTO works at the University of Notre Dame. His most recent book was Amerigo (2007).
PETER WASHINGTON was Editor of the Everyman Library from 1989 to 2009
JONATHAN KEATES’s most recent book, The Siege of Venice, is published by Chatto & Windus.
MICHAEL BURLEIGH’s Blood and Rage has just been published in paperback by HarperPerennial.
ADRIAN WEALE is writing a history of the SS for Little, Brown. In 2003 he was recalled to the British Army and served as Chief of Staff for the Coalition Provisional Authority in the Iraqi province of Dhi Qar for six months.
ELSPETH BARKER is an award-winning novelist, essayist and journalist. She is also a detective.
MICHAEL HOLMAN, a former Africa editor of the Financial Times, was brought up in Gwelo, Rhodesia.
JONATHAN DERBYSHIRE is writing a book about philosophy in Britain in the 1950s.
JOHN CORNWELL’s latest book (with Michael McGhee) is Philosophers and God, published in May by Continuum.
PETER MCDONALD is Christopher Tower Student and Tutor in Poetry in the English Language at Christ Church, Oxford.
The Literary Review, incorporating Quarto, is published monthly from: 44 Lexington Street, London W1F 0LW Tel: 020 7437 9392
Fax: 020 7734 1844 ISSN 0144 4360 © All subscription enquiries and changes of address to:
Literary Review Subscriptions, FREEPOST RRGR-ASHK-BTSL, Unit 14, 1-11 Willow Lane, Mitcham CR4 4NA Tel: 020 8687 3840 Fax: 020 8687 3841.
UK Subscription Rate £32, Europe £39, rest of the world air mail only £54 (US$104) USA Airspeed subscription price is £39 (US$75) per annum. Periodical pre-paid at Champlain NY (USPS 004218). All advertising enquiries to: Terry Finnegan, Literary Review, 44 Lexington Street, London W1F 0LW Tel: 020 7437 9392 Printed by Broglia Press, Enterprise House, 52 Holton Road, Holton Heath Trading Park, Poole, Dorset BH16 6LQ Tel: 01202 621 621 Distributed to newsagents worldwide by COMAG Specialist, Tavistock Works, Tavistock Rd, West Drayton, Middlesex, UB7 7QX Tel: 01895 433 800
Distributed to bookshops by Central Books, 99 Wallis Road, London E9 Tel: 020 8986 4854
www.literaryreview.co.uk subscription enquiries: email@example.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org
LITERARY REVIEW May 2009