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Judging a book by its cover: an interview with Ben Anslow

Book jackets designed by Ben Anslow

The adage goes ‘Don’t judge a book by its cover’ – though if you did, you’d think that any tome wrapped in one of Ben Anslow’s covers was a masterwork. Early this year, Ben joined the Penned in the Margins team as go-to cover designer. Having previously produced striking images for publishing companies such as [...]



Ross Sutherland shortlisted for major spoken word award

Ross Sutherland

We could not be more delighted for our dear friend Ross Sutherland, who has been shortlisted for an Arts Foundation Fellowship. Ross is an Associate Artist of Penned in the Margins, having published four books of poetry with us since 2009, as well as being involved in many of our events and performance projects, including [...]



New titles Autumn-Winter 2014

It’s not all dark evenings and surprise showers this autumn. November also marks the start of our latest season of publications, which are all perfect reading while sheltering from the billowy night. How authors celebrate their books is often varied and unexpected. Just take a look at the photograph above to see how our very [...]



Cut and splice: Hannah Silva sifts through the schlock of language

From politics (Opposition) to pseudo-science (Total Man), Hannah Silva has a track-record of confronting big ideas and revealing the corruption of speech through her unique performances. In her new show, Hannah takes on feminism and the sexualised body. Nick Murray finds out more.   ‘Schlock’ is typically used to describe something worthless, throw-away. Why pick [...]



The Word Moves: four cutting-edge live literature shows hit the road this Autumn

From Vikings sagas to Breton myth, and from Sanskrit chants to a radically altered Fifty Shades of Grey – this Autumn audiences across England are in for a treat (and many surprises) as four cutting-edge live literature shows hit the road.   Caroline Bergvall: Drift 2-7 Oct After a rapturous reception at the Southbank Centre [...]