Here are a few snippets from Angela Kiss' How to be an Alien in England on the eve of the referendum. Angela is Hungarian but has been living in London for 10 years, and is a much valued member Quarto's accounts department and September's author list.
And a bestseller at the Tate's bookshops.
From Chapter 28 'How to write a love letter to England'.
Mandy Haggith lives on a woodland croft on the coast of Assynt in Sutherland. In If Women Rose Rooted, she talks to Sharon Blackie about her work as a forest activist, where – in both the rainforests and at home in her croft – ordinary human presence can make the land better.
Sharon’s book is available from http://bit.ly/21zU82R, and from all good retailers.
Read this for the first time today - New Statesman piece by Anthony Loyd, author of My War Gone By, I Miss It So - on Colonel Ali al-Sudani. 'The closes thing to law that exists in Tikrit, Iraq.' An extraordinary portrait of man and war zone.
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