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May 7, 2012
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This issue contains:
- Cover Story, Titanic Tales: The Titanic‘s Legacy to HF | by Amanda Grange & Myfanwy Cook
- Historical Fiction Market News, a column with the latest books deals and publications in historical fiction | by Sarah Johnson
- New Voices, a column focusing on debut novelists Lorraine Bateman & Paul Cole, Peter James Cottrell, Genevieve Graham, Alex Grecian, Lois Leveen & Taylor Polites | by Myfanwy Cook
- Red Pencil, Tom Behr’s Blood Brothers | by Cindy Vallar
- Interviews with novelists Hilary Mantel (by Lucinda Byatt), Lisa See (by Deborah Schoeneman), Susan Higginbotham (by Myfanwy Cook), Gabrielle Kimm (by Joanna Simm) and Eva Stachniak (by Wanda Wyporska)
- Reviews of almost 300 of the latest and greatest books in historical fiction and nonfiction, including Editors’ Choice titles
Posted by Richard Lee
- Young Quills Historical Fiction Awards 2013
- Volunteers needed – planning the 2015 US conference
- Walter Scott Prize Masterclass Series 2013
- Meet the Historians 2 – Bristol’s Maritime History
- Looking for a new UK Membership secretary
- Edward Rutherfurd’s new book Paris: ‘as grand and engrossing’ as the city itself.
- Roman Empire: Power and People
- £25,000 Walter Scott prize shortlist announced