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  • So There's Hope On Radio London

    Unicorn's recently published title So There's Hope by photographer Deborah Rolt featured on BBC Radio London's Robert Elms show on Monday 31st October 2016. Deborah Rolt was interviewed for the programme following her recent exhibition at The Brick Lane Gallery, she talks about the East End people who feature in her book and the inspiration...

  • On The Burning Of Books In On The Seawell

    Unicorn title On the Burning of Books by Lord Kenneth Baker featured on Ron Slates website On the Seawell on Thursday 29th September 2016.

    The review highly recommends the book, Ron Slate writes: "There are many studies in print about book burning and censorship, but none as even tempered and sanguine as Kenneth Baker’s On the Burning of Books"

  • 1920s Jazz Age Fashion & Photographs On Radio 4

    Unicorn's latest title 1920s Jazz Age Fashion & Photographs by Martin Pel and the accompanying exhibition featured on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour on Tuesday 27th September.

    Presenter Jane Garvey walks around the exhibition celebrating Jazz Age Fashion at the Fashion and Textile Museum in London with curator Dennis Nothdruft.

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  • Kama Sutra In Huffington Post And Female First

    Unicorn's newest title Kama Sutra Colouring Book featured in Female First and in Huffington Post Lifestyle section on Friday 30th September.

    Female First marked the release of The Kama Sutra Colouring Book with article '10 Reasons why the Kama Sutra survives and prospers'.

    Huffington Post's Natasha Hinde highly compliments the book: "If you’re...

  • Knitskrieg In Open Letters Monthly

    Uniform title Knitskrieg! A Call to Yarns by Joyce Meader featured in Open Letters Monthly on Saturday 1st October 2016.

    The review, written by Candace Bamber, complimented the book as a "fascinating exploration of military knitting".

    "The book is driven by Meader’s British perspective, personal interests, and collection of historical knitting...

  • Charleston Farmhouse In Sussex Life

    Unicorn's newly published Charleston Farmhouse 1981 by Kim Marsland featured in the Sussex Life August edition.

    The four page spread is accompanied by a few photographs that feature in the book and writer Angela Wintle writes "Kim took dozens of photographs that day to accompany an essay she was writing, little realising she was making a unique...

  • Hidden Gems In The Daily Mail

    Unicorn Press' newly published Hidden Gems by by Sarah Hue-Williams and Raymond Sancroft-Baker featured in the Daily Mail 22nd September.

    The article is accompanied by a few photographs that feature in the book and writer Robert Hardman describes the book as "a delicious new book celebrating the greatest pieces of jewellery in the world, their...

  • Masterpieces In Pop Matter

    Unicorn's Masterpieces of Soviet Painting and Sculpture featured in Pop Matters on Friday 19th August 2016.

    Craig Owen Jones is highly complimentary: “As a single-volume introduction to this enthralling aspect of Russian art history, Masterpieces of Soviet Painting and Sculpture can hardly be bettered.”

  • Moving Heaven And Earth In Rhs The Garden

    Unicorn's Moving Heaven and Earth by Steffie Shields was reviewed the Royal Horticultural Society's September issue of The Garden magazine.

    The Garden review by Dr Brent Elliott highly praises the book: "There has never been a study of an individual garden designer so thoroughly informed by garden archaeology."

  • On The Burning Of Books In Event Magazine

    Unicorn's On the Burning of Books author Kenneth Baker featured in the Mail on Sunday's Event Magazine on Sunday 27th August 2016.

    Event Magazine's article illuminates the strange history of book burning outlined in Lord Baker's new book from Harry Potter to Animal Farm, from Nazi bonfires to the burning of the Library of Congress, from mass...

  • Hermitage Dogs In Kennel Gazette

    Unicorn's Hermitage Dogs featured in the September issue of Kennel Gazette's The Kennel Club Library.

    Reviewer Gay Robertson says compliments the vast content covered in the book: "There are hunting dogs, famous packs, draught dogs, delightful toys, dogs famous and unknown. Most illuminating is the chapter on dogs as symbols: dogs can be...

  • Kitchener Wants You Blog Review

    Uniform's Kitchener Wants You by Martyn Thatcher & Anthony Quinn was reviewed on Andy Arnold's blog WW1 Geek on Sunday 21st August 2016.

    Andy Arnold is highly complimentary describing Kitchener Wants You as “a well-researched, easily digestible volume that at the very least gives a solid introduction to the use of propaganda and the Kitchener...