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Publicity Bulletin Monday 3rd December

Monday, 3 December 2018 16:16:58 Europe/London

Like A Sword Wound was given an in-depth write up in the latest TLS, with the reviewer noting the book's current political context. The book also received a very positive review from the Observer's Lucy Popescu. Click here for this week's bulletin. 

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Publicity Bulletin Monday 29th October

Tuesday, 30 October 2018 17:03:38 Europe/London

Jamie Reid's XXXXX was reviewed in the Guardian this week, while A Winter's Promise was covered in the New York Times. Click here for this week's publicity bulletin. 

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Publicity Bulletin Monday 23rd April 2018

Wednesday, 9 May 2018 13:07:06 Europe/London

Trick was reviewed in The Guardian.
Botanical was reviewed in The Telegraph.
The author of Trump/Russia was interviewed on CCN Tonight and the book featured in the Chicago Tribune.


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Publicity Bulletin Monday 16th April 2018

Wednesday, 9 May 2018 13:03:28 Europe/London

Elena Ferrante was mentioned on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour.
Botanical was reviewed in FT Weekend, Life & Arts, FT Online and Elle Decoration.
Fighting Fascism, On New Terrain and China on Strike were listed as recommended reads in The Guardian.

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Publicity Bulletin Monday 19th February 2018

Monday, 19 February 2018 15:30:56 Europe/London

My Brilliant Friend was mentioned in the Stylist's travel and culture guide.
Margaret Atwood's first graphic novel was featured in The Bookseller.
The author of Dynasty was interviewed in The Sunday Times & Fame Fortune


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Publicity Bulletin Monday 13th November 2017

Monday, 13 November 2017 17:11:36 Europe/London

The Recent Past and James Ravilious: A Life have both garnered rave reviews.
My Brilliant Friend was reviewed in The Guardian.
Satania was reviewed in Publishers Weekly.

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Publicity Bulletin 5th September 2017

Tuesday, 5 September 2017 13:05:35 Europe/London

The National love about Ferocity
New Statesman praise We That Are Young
MOJO read coffee-table book Did It!

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Publicity Bulletin 22nd August 2017

Monday, 4 September 2017 10:22:11 Europe/London

The Irish Times love Suburra
The Hero's Body selected for Booksellers Association Christmas Books Catalogue 2017
The Dail Mail get behind The Talented Ribkins

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Publicity Bulletin 22nd November 2016

Tuesday, 22 November 2016 15:31:12 Europe/London

The TLS raved about Frantumaglia. 
The Telegraph loved Gold Rush. 
Daily Mail seriously impressed by Perfume River. 

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Publicity Bulletin 14th November 2016

Monday, 14 November 2016 16:03:52 Europe/London

New Statesman loved Frantumaglia. 
Trainwreck author Sady Doyle wrote about Clinton for The Guardian.
The Guardian give a lengthy review to I'm Supposed to Protect You From All This. 

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