Colin Serjent reviews the book Southport: The Postcard Collection, written by Hugh Hollinghurst and with over 180 postcards included going back to the golden age of the postcard.
Book & Poetry Reviews
Joe Coventry reviews the book of poetry by Arthur Adlen, Memoirs of a Breck Road Buck & other poems, published by Living History Library.
Rob Harrison reviews the book God’s Medicine – Heal your Cancer, written by Martin Huiskens looking at alternative methods to treating cancer.
Tracey Dunn reviews the book To Throw Away Unopened, the new memoir by Viv Albertine from the legendary late 70’s band The Slits.
Colin Serjent reviews the latest title in the Amberley Publishing History Tour series, Southport History Tour, written by Hugh Hollinghurst.
Joe Coventry reviews the book Port Sunlight And Its People, written by Jo Birch and published by Amberley Publishing.
Colin Serjent reviews the book on the history of Liverpool by Amberley Publishing and written by David Paul, Historic Streets Of Liverpool.
John Owen reviews the launch at Toxteth Library of the book From Pitt Street to Granby, with a discussion with the authors Professor Mike Boyle, Tony Wailey and Madeline Heneghan.
John Owen reviews the Writing on the Wall event, A Tale of Two Georges: Orwell and Garrett on the Road to Wigan Pier.
Joe Coventry reviews the book by Doug Birmingham, Merseyside Traction, a photographic record of Merseyside trains from the last 20 years, published by Amberley Press.
Joe Coventry reviews the two volumes of Angry Alan comic, as originally featured in Nerve Magazine.
Joe Coventry reviews the book by Hugh Hollinghurst, Historic England: Liverpool, an illustrated history with photographs from the Historic England Archive and published by Amberley Press.
Rob Harrison reviews the Refugee and asylum seekers benefit night presented by Migrant Artists Mutual Aid at the Atrium Cafe.
Colin Serjent reviews the book by Ken Pye, Liverpool At Work: People and Industries Through The Years, published by Amberley Publishing.
Joe Coventry reviews the book by Neil Anderson, Dirty Stop Out’s Guide to Working Men’s Clubs which celebrates the heyday of the working men’s club circuit of the 1970s.
Joe Coventry reviews the book by Hugh Hollinghurst, Sefton in 50 Buildings, published by Amberley Press.
Joe Coventry reviews the book by Anthony Hogan, The Beat Makers: The Unsung Heroes Of The Mersey Sound, published by Amberley Press.
Joe Coventry reviews the book by Jack Smith, Secret Southport, a history of the town from the earliest human occupation right up to the present day.
Minnie Stacey reviews the book about the London docker, Harry Constable: In his own words, compiled by Bill Hunter from his taped recordings of Harry Constable.
Joe Coventry reviews the book by Daniel K. Longman, The Beatles’ Landmarks in Liverpool, looking at the iconic places the band played in the heyday years of the Mersey Beat sound.