Archive for March 2016

Featured book – Frogs, Cats and Pyramids

Mar 22nd, 2016 | By

Published in 2014, Frogs, Cats and Pyramids offers a journey through maths, science, language and literature like you never imagined in school. Here are nine short stories dealing with contemporary disciplines, each exploring a different way in which we learn to see the world. Imagine a group of people in a mountain retreat seeking to understand why

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Writing and reading non-fiction

Mar 17th, 2016 | By

By Nimue Brown When you get non-fiction books right, people don’t ask about what inspired you, or where your ideas come from. Instead, the book seems to convey truth. We’re taught at school to take apart works of fiction, thinking about plot, dialogue and character, but we’re not encouraged to take apart non-fiction in the

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Featured author – Jennifer Kavanagh

Mar 14th, 2016 | By

Jennifer Kavanagh is an author whose work ranges widely, through non-fiction and fiction, business and spirituality. She has worked in publishing for nearly thirty years, and has run a community centre in London’s East End, worked with street homeless people and refugees, and set up microcredit programmes in London, and in Africa. She has also

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Bernardo Kastrup

Mar 10th, 2016 | By

Bernardo Kastrup is a prolific author with a Ph.D. in computer engineering with specializations in artificial intelligence and reconfigurable computing. His three most recent books are: More Than Allegory, Brief Peeks Beyond and Why Materialism Is Baloney. You can find out more about his work here –           You can hear

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Non fiction imprints, an introduction

Mar 7th, 2016 | By

This is a blog covering a group of non-fiction imprints from John Hunt Publishing.  Liberalis is a Latin word which evokes ideas of freedom, liberality, generosity of spirit, dignity, honour, books, the liberal arts education tradition and the work of the Greek grammarian and storyteller Antonius Liberalis. As a publisher, Liberalis combines these ideas, bringing classical ways

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