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Wonderful Collection- Sunday, 18th March 2018
Looking for a new home ...
Alan Aldridge 1938 - 2017- Tuesday, 21st March 2017
I suspect that most members will have seen news of the death of Alan Aldridge. The broadsheet newspapers have, justifiably, devoted many column inches to his life and work and James Mackay will include a short piece in the upcoming Collector.In particular, I would draw members' attention ...
Why do the PCS Publications vary in size and format?- Friday, 8th July 2016
The size and format of each book is judged entirely according to what is appropriate for the book in question.
IT IS DEJA VU, TRAGICALLY, ALL OVER AGAINby Robert Bruce - Tuesday, 6th October 2015
Refugees: comparing Searle and Webb's comments with today
Penguin and The Lane Brothers- Wednesday, 9th September 2015
An intimate partnership of three brothers - Allen, Richard and John Lane - lay at the heart of Penguin Books, the twentieth century's greatest publishing house. In a spirit of daring and creative opposition, the brothers issued quality books on a massive scale and at minuscule prices - and achieved a revolution in publishing.