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Anthologization Ann Batten Cristall
Subscribers included Anna Letitia Barbauld and her brother , Ann Jebb , the future Amelia Opie , Anna Maria Porter , Mary Wollstonecraft and her sister, Mary Hays and her sister, a Mrs Spence who...
Employer Dorothy L. Sayers
By 1 May 1917 she was a publisher's apprentice to Basil Blackwell in Oxford. Her father had arranged the job for her, and she was paid £2 a week. She left this job in...
Employer Margiad Evans
ME 's first commission as an illustrator was for thirty pen-and-ink drawings and the dustjacket for Tales from the Panchatantra, translated from Sanskrit by Alfred Williams and published by Basil Blackwell .
Dearnley, Moira. Margiad Evans. University of Wales Press, 1982.
British Library Catalogue.,
Lloyd-Morgan, Ceridwen. Margiad Evans. Seren, 1998.
Publishing Mary Tighe
A copy of the privately printed edition, beautifully inscribed to John Richardson at London on 24 July 1805, is now British Library C. 95 b. 38. A copy once owned by Lytton Strachey (with his...
Publishing Margiad Evans
Its early extant draft shows how much this novel changed in the course of revision towards its final form. Its autobiographical origins are reflected in the fact that ME sometimes by accident wrote Peggy for...
Publishing Margiad Evans
To finish writing it, she moved temporarily out of the family home to stay alone at a country pub some three miles away.
Lloyd-Morgan, Ceridwen. Margiad Evans. Seren, 1998.
She dedicated it to her father (explaining that he does not...
Publishing Margiad Evans
After this ME worked on a never-completed novel called The Widower's Tale, set in a forest community on the English side of the Welsh border in the later nineteenth century. She received an advance...
Publishing Margiad Evans
The journal passages, stretching back as far as early 1939, were extensively revised. Some had appeared in their new form in Life and Letters in 1940-1. ME planned to illustrate the book with a series...
Publishing Margiad Evans
She said of her poems that they flash through my head in the middle of the night or the early morning, with a great urgency.
“The Times Digital Archive 1785-2007”. Thompson Gale: The Times Digital Archive.
(19 March 1958): 13
In 1945 she sought release from...
Textual Production May Cannan
MC published through Blackwell her first volume of poetry, In War Time, Poems (probably adding the last word because her title had been used several times before).
This was not yet the firm of B. H. Blackwell
Textual Production Rosemary Sutcliff
RS returned to Roman Britain (and to Hadrian's Wall) with a novella entitled The Bridge Builders, published in 1959 but apparently written before The Shield Ring in 1956, and issued through a publisher...
Textual Production Margaret Forster
MF published a composite biographical study entitled Good Wives?: Mary , Fanny , Jennie and Me, 1845-2001.
Blackwell's online bookshop dates the publication of this novel 1 January 2002.
British Library Catalogue.,
Textual Production Karen Gershon
KG 's A Lesser Child: An Autobiography, dedicated For my Family: Past, Present, Future, and prefaced with a quotation from George Santayana , was posthumously published.
Every library catalogue consulted dates this book 1994...
Textual Production Storm Jameson
SJ published a one-act play, Full Circle, with Basil Blackwell in 1929. In 1950 she published her teleplay William the Defeated in The Book of PEN, edited by Hermon Ould . She issued...
Textual Production Judith Kazantzis
It had been listed the year before as Zones of Love and Terror, published by House of Stratus , a newly launched firm issuing mainly well-known titles as print-on-demand.
Blackwell's website lists the House...


Helen Hamilton this year published both her first poetry collection, entitled Hope and Other Poems, and also (through Blackwell ) Great Meddow: Studies of Village Life.
7 March 2008
Julian Blackwell , head of Blackwell's bookshop and publishing firm, made a five million pound donation to Oxford University 's Bodleian Library , the largest ever to a university library in the UK.


“Events”. Oxford Today, Vol.
, No. 1, Blackwell Publishers, p. 2.