Author Catherine Hokin writes for Historia about a (perhaps conveniently) forgotten period in the history of Paris couture: the city’s occupation during the Second World War.
Historia talks to author Clare Mulley about her biography of Eglantyne Jebb, the woman who founded Save the Children
Author Andrew Taylor writes for Historia about the King’s Evil and the royal ritual surrounding this disease.
Hallie Rubenhold, author of The Five: the untold lives of the women killed by Jack the Ripper, talks to Matthew Plampin for Historia
Historia talks to Richard Foreman about about the HWA and Sharpe Books Unpublished Novel Award
Gill Thompson tells Historia how she became a historical fiction author…
much to her surprise
In the past few years, amateur paedophile hunters have rarely been far from the headlines of Britain’s tabloid newspapers, writes author Carolyn Kirby. “The nation is in the grip of an extraordinary phenomenon involving possibly thousands of have-a-go investigators,” said the Daily Mail in June last year. Sometimes caught on the wrong side of the […]
The HWA Dorothy Dunnett Short Story Competition for 2019