A Literary World An Interview with Alyson Sheldrake Today’s guest on A Literary World is someone who will whet the appetite of those readers longing to “live the dream”; something that many of us yearn to do and yet never act on. Alyson Sheldrake is an author and painter living in the Algarve in Portugal. […]Read More
Blog 116 A Literary World: 10/07/2023 Martin Engelbrecht: A Collection of Artists, Craftsmen, and Professions Clothed with Their Own Products and Tools
Blog 116 A Literary World: 10/07/2023 Martin Engelbrecht A Collection of Artists, Craftsmen, and Professions Clothed with Their Own Products and Tools Martin Engelbrecht (16 September 1684 – 18 January 1756,) was a German Baroque engraver and publisher who lived in Augsburg, Germany. Both he and his brother, Christian, were printmakers and engravers. Martin engraved […]Read More
A Literary World An Interview with John Martino Welcome to a Literary World. Today I am bringing you something a little different. All of us are aware of the Olympic Games. It has such a rich history. In antiquity, winners had victory poems, ‘Odes’, written in their honour by famous poets, and they were immortalized […]Read More
A Literary World The History of the MontCapel Hat Factory in France. In August, I had the pleasure of visiting the MontCapel Hat Factory in Montazels in the Haute-Vallée de l’Aude, a region that I discovered was one of the most important hat manufacturing areas in the world in its heyday. MontCapel opened its doors […]Read More
Blog 113 26/8/2022 A Literary World. An interview with author Alison Morton about her latest novel, Julia Prima.
A Literary World An interview with author Alison Morton about the launch of her latest novel, Julia Prima. My guest today on A Literary World, is Alison Morton, an author I’ve known since the time I published my very first novel. Alison writes award-winning thrillers featuring tough but compassionate heroines. Her nine-book Roma Nova […]Read More