also worked as director for two different London publishing houses: for Eyre and Spottiswoode
from 1944 (when he resigned from the secret service) to 1948 and for Bodley Head
for ten years beginning in...
wrote later that at no time in her life did she make intimate friends easily. Most people she had to do with she liked up to a certain point only, but she could count...
Harriet Shaw Weaver
was stringent about granting permission to use Joyce's texts (for which the demand was such that the Board of Trade
's paper restrictions often impeded projects to reprint), and insisted that foreign rights should...
As well as a writer, EDA
was an editor, assistant to Henry Harland
on the avant-garde Yellow Book, published by John Lane
of the Bodley Head
. Sources agree on this, though she herself...
's publishing relationship with Lane
ended in 1898 over poor sales of her later titles and Bodley Head
's increasing demands for more popular, accessible work.Grant Richards
(who like her had published in...
Rosamund Marriott Watson
She had entered negotiations with Lane
about the book's publication in January 1902: although she was keen for her friend to publish the book, she threatened in a letter to make an abrupt change of...
Writing as mother and grandmother, novelist and social historian,
The Knowe novels were well received and sold well. Jasper Rose was asked to write a Bodley Head
monograph about LB
in 1965, and The Children of Green Knowe was dramatised for television during the...
Sutcliffe's high reputation brought her the honour of a monograph in the Bodley Head
series on children's writers (1962, authored by Margaret Meek
). In 1983, she appeared on the popular radio programme Desert Island Discs.
of Bodley Head
a birthday present by publishing her fifth collection of poetry, After Sunset, on this day (bearing a date of 1904).
Hughes, Linda K. “A Woman Poet Angling for Notice: Rosamund Marriott Watson”. Marketing the Author: Authorial Personae, Narrative Selves and Self-Fashioning, 1880-1930, edited by Marysa Demoor and Marysa Demoor, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 134-55.
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