Original features from our print magazines.

Lindsey Davis’ fabulous closing address at HNSLondon12

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Christian Cameron on reenacting and Tom Swan

They say—write what you know.  If I were an actor, I’d be a method actor, I suspect.  I like to know—...Read Article

Lionheart: Sharon Kay Penman discusses her latest medieval epic with Tamela McCann

Amongst the many excellent historical authors working today, Sharon Kay Penman rises easily to the top. Her attention to research and detail has ...Read Article

Scurrilous? Hilarious! Diana Gabaldon, Bernard Cornwell and Gillian Bagwell read from Gillian’s novel the Darling Strumpet

The latest video from HNSLondon12 is now online and has received over 3000 views in the first few hours. It is… not for the ...Read Article

A Masterclass in Character: Theresa Breslin’s Spy for the Queen of Scots

Author of numerous award-winning books for children and young adults, including the historical novels The Nostradamus Prophecy, Remembrance, The Medici Seal, and Prisoner ...Read Article

Once upon a Longship: An Interview with Giles Kristian

LB: What made you first put pen to paper? GK: The Winter King by Bernard Cornwell was so inspiring to me, and I ...Read Article

Here Be Dragons…And Forgotten Books

Carlos Ruiz Zafón is Spain’s most successful literary export. An urban history buff, composer, scriptwriter, dragon collector, and comic devotee, Ruiz ...Read Article

Historically Speaking: A Retrospective on Georgette Heyer

Jennifer Kloester explores the novels of best-selling author Georgette Heyer In February 1920 a teenage girl accompanied her family to Hastings for a holiday. ...Read Article

Happy 15th Birthday, HNS!

The Society celebrates 15 years It seems fitting to compile our 15th anniversary feature just after our largest and most successful UK conference ever. (...Read Article

Red Pencil: Fred Stemme’s The Lieutenant’s Whistle

Revision, revision, revision Cindy Vallar analyzes the work behind polished final manuscripts. In this issue, she profiles Fred Stemme’s The Lieutenant’s ...Read Article

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