Winkball interviewed Deborah Rolt for their video channel on 2nd November 2016. They spoke to locals about the East End community which features at the heart of Deborah's new book So There's Hope.
Uniform's Epitaphs of the Great War: The Somme by Sarah Wearne featured on BBC Radio 4’s Sunday Programme with Edward Stourton.
Author Sarah Wearne was interviewed for the programme alongside a reading of a number of epitaphs over some sombre music.
Universe's latest title Wellington's Dearest Georgy by Alice Marie Crossland featured on All Things Georgian on 18th October 2016.
All Things Georgian says: "We whole-heartedly recommend Wellington’s Dearest Georgy. It is a fascinating biography of an aristocratic lady but it is more than that. It is the story of one of the most interesting...
Unicorn's Alexander De Cadenet by Edward Lucie Smith featured in September's edition of Art Ltd Magazine.
Reviewer Shana Nys Dambrot writes: "With multiple painting, sculpture, and photography series, and with styles and techniques from the digital to the aggressively analogue, the book is lively and eclectic."
Unicorn title 1920s Jazz Age Fashion and Photographs by Martin Pel featured in The Lady on 28th October 2016 as their Coffee Table Book of the Week.
The Lady highly recommends the book as "divine decadence", reviewer Juanita Coulson writes: "This exquisite book features the most lavish selection of fashions and images from the period, drawing...
Uniform's Poppyganda by Matthew Leonard featured in the latest edition of the Journal of Military History. Alexander Nordlund writes: "with its vivid prose and excellent photographs and illustrations, Poppyganda should be of interest to the scholar and casual reader alike."
Also on Friday 11th November author Matthew Leonard appeared on Talk...
Unicorn's newest title Stanley Spencer: Looking to Heaven featured in The Guardian on Monday 7th November.
Dalya Alberge writes: "Hundreds of letters and artist’s notes for an unrealised autobiography are to be published for the first time, shedding new light on the painter more than half a century after his death."
Unicorn's recently published title So There's Hope by photographer Deborah Rolt featured on BBC Radio London's Robert Elms show on Monday 31st October 2016. Deborah Rolt was interviewed for the programme following her recent exhibition at The Brick Lane Gallery, she talks about the East End people who feature in her book and the inspiration...
Unicorn title On the Burning of Books by Lord Kenneth Baker featured on Ron Slates website On the Seawell on Thursday 29th September 2016.
The review highly recommends the book, Ron Slate writes: "There are many studies in print about book burning and censorship, but none as even tempered and sanguine as Kenneth Baker’s On the Burning of...
Unicorn's latest title 1920s Jazz Age Fashion & Photographs by Martin Pel and the accompanying exhibition featured on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour on Tuesday 27th September.
Presenter Jane Garvey walks around the exhibition celebrating Jazz Age Fashion at the Fashion and Textile Museum in London with curator Dennis Nothdruft.
Unicorn's newest title Kama Sutra Colouring Book featured in Female First and in Huffington Post Lifestyle section on Friday 30th September.
Female First marked the release of The Kama Sutra Colouring Book with article '10 Reasons why the Kama Sutra survives and prospers'.
Huffington Post's Natasha Hinde highly compliments the book: "If...
Uniform title Knitskrieg! A Call to Yarns by Joyce Meader featured in Open Letters Monthly on Saturday 1st October 2016.
The review, written by Candace Bamber, complimented the book as a "fascinating exploration of military knitting".
"The book is driven by Meader’s British perspective, personal interests, and collection of historical...