HE was a phenomenon, a shooting star, a painter who has been described as “a village simpleton, an eccentric, haunted by the erotic, a recluse, an egoist, a victim of circumstance – and
THEY would drop through the letterbox with a carefully crafted calligraphic script, and inside would be a handwritten letter by the novelist Margaret Forster.
Jane Clinton talks to Dr Jordan Landes about Senate House Library exhibition
THOUGHT you knew everything about the old geezers behind the £14 million Hatton Garden jewellery raid? Now Camden author Gordon Bowers has shed new light on the crime.
A mysterious duo are behind a new novel about a female close protection officer. Dan Carrier tracks them down...
THE advert posted on a website caught their eye: it was not your usual job offer.
A TIMELY reminder of the importance of social housing to the economy and prosperity of post-war London comes with the publication of a new book by Clerkenwell-based photographer Simon Phipps.
WHAT'S said in jest is often deadly seriously, as the world has discovered in recent months.
Daunted by Dante? Useless at Ulysses? Fear not: as Dan Carrier discovers, Toby Brothers of the London Literary Salon is there to hold your hand.
IT will have been a six-month journey through around 265,000 of some of the most famous and trickiest words ever written, and will culminate in a trip from Kentish Town to Dublin on June 16 to cele