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  • Johhny Fenn In Telegraph Men

    Johnny Fenn, author of Light and Life in Middle Hills has written a brilliant piece for Telegraph Men outlining '10 things no one tells you before you join the Gurkhas'.

    Click here to read it.

  • On The Burning Of Books Featured In The Spectator

    Forthcoming Unicorn publication On the Burning of Books by Kenneth Baker featured in The Spectator on 28th May 2016.

    The Spectator's John Suthherland writes: 'Baker’s compendium of punchy, textual-pictorial examples covers the ground from Caliph Omar, destroyer of the Library of Alexandria, Goebbels’s ‘bibliocaust’, Bomber Harris’s fiery raids...

  • Swimming With Dali Featured In Country Life

    On Wednesday 25th May, Unicorn's recent title Swimming with Dali by Edwin Mullins featured in the Country Life Book Reviews.

    Reviewer Andrew Lambirth writes: 'Mr Mullins is a beguiling writer—modest and affectionate about his subjects, we hear more about them than about him and he is refreshingly honest about missed opportunities in his past."

  • Albions Glorious Ile In The Guardian

    On Saturday 21st May, Unicorn's forthcoming title Albions Glorious Ile, edited by Anne Louise Avery, featured in The Guardian.

    The Guardian article written by Alison Flood features in both the print and online editions of the newspaper. Alongside the longer online feature, The Guardian have a gallery of illustrations from the book showing the...

  • Albions Glorious Ile On Radio 4

    On Saturday 21st May, Unicorn's forthcoming title Albions Glorious Ile, edited by Anne Louise Avery, appeared on BBC Radio 4's PM show.

    On BBC Radio 4 Editor Anne Louise Avery was interviewed about the upcoming republication of the first colouring books, she spoke of the original purpose of the maps and how 17th century artists would be paid by...

  • Maurice De Sausmarez In Tate Etc Magazine

    The Tate etc magazine, is currently celebrating the value and lasting impact of teachers. In the latest issue, Sir James Dyson, inventor of the cyclonic vacuum cleaner and founder and chief engineer of Dyson Ltd, describes how his art teacher at Byam Shaw School of Art, Maurice de Sausmarez (1915–1969), changed the course of his life by...

  • Knitskrieg Featured In Army & You Magazine

    Joyce Meader author of Uniform publication Knitskrieg: A Call to Yarns! was interviewed for this month's Army & You Magazine available from 17th May 2016.

    In the interview Joyce discusses writing and researching for the book as well as the relevance of knitting for soldiers today.

    Army & You are also running a competition to win copies of the...

  • On The Burning Of Books Featured In The Times

    Forthcoming Unicorn publication On the Burning of Books by Kenneth Baker featured in The Times on Monday 16th May 2016.

    Robbie Millen, from The Times praises Baker for the breadth of book burnings covered in the book, from political and religious burnings to accidental fires; 'the former Tory minister gallops across centuries and continents to...

  • Johhny Fenn On Radio 4

    Johnny Fenn, author and photographer of Uniform's recent publication Light and Life in Middle Hills, appeared on BBC Radio 4 Midweek programme on Wednesday 11th May 2016.

    Johhny Fenn was interviewed alongside wine writer Oz Clarke, playwright Brian Mullin and Natural History Museum curator Emma Sherlock. Fenn discussed his new book, his fifteen...

  • Moving Heaven And Earth Featured In Church Times

    Forthcoming Unicorn publication Moving Heaven and Earth by Steffie Shields featured in a double page spread and front page of Church Times on 8th April 2016.

    In the article, journalist Pat Ashworth traces 'Capability' Brown's remarkable legacy. Ashworth interviews, author Steffie Shields on how Capability Brown ‘read’ the landscape in terms of...

  • Galliano Featured In T Magazine

    Unicorn publication Galliano: Fashion's Enfant Terrible featured in New York Times's T Magazine on the 5th April 2016.

    The book features as one of T Magazines 'Five New Fashion Books Out This Spring'. Erica Schwiegershausen classifies the book as a tome for your coffee table, describing it as a 'comprehensive catalog of Galliano’s most...

  • Poppyganda Review In Centenary News

    Uniform's title Poppyganda received another great review from Eleanor Baggley in Centenary News.

    The review highly praises the book as 'a truly thought-provoking read', complimenting author Matthew Leonard's concise and resourceful examination of the history of the poppy.

    Eleanor Baggley describes Poppyganda as 'an excellent and intriguing...