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16th June 2017

Jonathan Carter's Unbelievable Guide to London

9th March 2017

Two unreasonably neglected classics from the canon of HG Wells

1st February 2017

Peter Owen at the Cinema

1st February 2017

The Irish Times Reviews Three Loves One Death

Eileen Battersby of the Irish Times reviews Three Loves, One Death. ‘Flisar allows his characters to express their unease. There is extensive interaction, which makes the story oddl...

12th January 2017

Peter Owen World Series Spanish Spring

1st November 2016

Colquhoun the Artist

  The following text is adapted from the writings of Richard Shillitoe, whose biographical and bibliographical work on Ithell Colquhoun pretty much make him the foremost expert on the subje...

1st November 2016

March 2017: The SIMPOL Solution

31st October 2016

Who Was Ithell Colquhoun?

27th October 2016

Shusaku Endo and that Nescafé advert

30th July 2016

A note from Frank to Peter

25th April 2016

Indrek Hargla and Apothecary Melchior in the UK!

15th March 2016

The legacy of Tarjei Vesaas

Peter Owen regards Vesaas’s The Ice Palace as the finest book that he has published. Doris Lessing said of it, with a sincere critic’s frustration, ‘We have used up all the su...

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