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  • William Simmonds On Lbc's Iain Dale's Book Club

    William Simmonds: The Silent Heart of the Arts and Crafts Movement by Jessica Douglas-Home continues to get some brilliant press, including appearing as a guest on LBC's Iain Dale's Book Club Podcast alongside William Clegg and Sir Simon Jenkins. Most recently the book has received reviews in County Life, Standpoint magazine and New Criterion.
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  • Two Lives In Colour In The Jackdaw

    Following a successful launch and exhibition of Dubery's work earlier this year, Two Lives in Colour: Fred Dubery and Joanne Brogden by Ian Collins has been reviewed in The Jackdaw and on Alexander Adams Art blog.

    ‘Distinguished art critic Ian Collins has done them both proud in this important reference work. Well researched, informative and...

  • Two Men Went To Mow On Dig It

    Two Men Went to Mow: The Obsession, Impact and History of Lawn Mowing was published just before Christmas with author and founder of The Budding Museum of Gardening, Clive Gravett, doing an interview with local BBC Southern Counties radio show Dig It!. Click here to listen to the interview.

    Reviews to follow include Gardens Illustrated,...

  • Two Lives In Colour In Daily Mail

    Two Lives in Colour: Fred Dubery and Joanne Brogden was published in January to coincide with an exhibition of Dubery’s work at East Gallery, Norwich University of the Arts. The book was selected for the ‘Picture This’ slot in the Daily Mail: ‘Filled with his beautiful paintings, this book is a stunning record of their creative life together....

  • William Simmonds Literary Review

    Unicorn's William Simmonds by Jessica Douglas-Home featured in Literary Review:

    ‘Douglas-Home’s biography of Simmonds offers a marvellous wealth of detail, taking in Eve and William’s background and social circle, William’s unexpected war work, their startlingly catholic range of friendships and William’s extraordinary successes in the 1920s...

  • Shades Of Green In The Media

    Unicorn title Shades of Green by John Sales has been listed as 'The Times Gardening Book of the Year':

    "Here’s a book that will restore your faith in the National Trust; life members should be given a free copy. John Sales, the trust’s head of gardens for 25 years, sets out his experience of helping to turn its gardens into the world-class...

  • Gourmand World Cookbook Awards

    Unicorn title Flavours of Azerbaijan by Khabiba Kashkay is the winner for Azerbaijan in the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards in the categories for Eastern Europe (C07) and Silk Road: One Belt, One Road (C24). The book is now shortlisted as a finalist for the Best in the World which will be announced at the awards ceremony in Macau on 3rd July 2019.

  • Pre Raphaelite Girl Gang In The Lady

    Unicorn title Pre-Raphaelite Girl Gang by Kirsty Stonell-Walker featured in The Lady magazine on Friday 26th November. The book also received Book of the Week. Rebecca Wallersteiner deemed it ‘An excellent read’.

    Click here for more information about The Lady magazine and click here to find out more about the book.

  • Shades Of Green In Gardens Illustrated

    Unicorn title Shades of Green by John Sales has be included in the Gardens Illustrated 'Books of the Year 2018'. In the December issue twelve books were selected as Gardens Illustrated's favourite books from 2018, the list included coffee table tombs, practical guides and recipe books.

    Gardens Illustrated is also running a competition to win a...

  • Hearts And Bones In Musee Magazine

    Photographer Tom Chamber’s book Hearts and Bones is receiving some fantastic coverage amongst the photography community following a launch event at the FilterPhoto show in Chicago including Elizabeth Avedon’s blog, Dodho magazine, Photo & Light, Lenscratch and a cover review in Foreword magazine, along with an interview in PhotoEye and a...

  • Percy Centenary Events

    Author of Percy: A Story of 1918, Peter Doyle took part in two moving events in Percy’s home town of Cefn Mawr in Wales speaking first to the local school children and in the evening to the local historical society. This was particularly poignant on the anniversary of Percy’s death.

    There has been some fantastic regional coverage as a result...

  • The Eyes That Look Blog Tour

    Following the London launch of our historical fiction debut The Eyes That Look, author Julia Grigg has been picking up some lovely reviews on her blog tour via Bookollective:


    ‘[G]orgeous. [Grigg] writes beautifully… and I feel a true passion for the work behind the story’ Poppy Coburn Blog

    ‘I just simply loved this book…Julia is an amazing...


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