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Charleston Farmhouse In Sussex Life

Unicorn's newly published Charleston Farmhouse 1981 by Kim Marsland featured in the Sussex Life August edition.

The four page spread is accompanied by a few photographs that feature in the book and writer Angela Wintle writes "Kim took dozens of photographs that day to accompany an essay she was writing, little realising she was making a...

Hidden Gems In The Daily Mail

Unicorn Press' newly published Hidden Gems by by Sarah Hue-Williams and Raymond Sancroft-Baker featured in the Daily Mail 22nd September.

The article is accompanied by a few photographs that feature in the book and writer Robert Hardman describes the book as "a delicious new book celebrating the greatest pieces of jewellery in the world,...

Masterpieces In Pop Matter

Unicorn's Masterpieces of Soviet Painting and Sculpture featured in Pop Matters on Friday 19th August 2016.

Craig Owen Jones is highly complimentary: “As a single-volume introduction to this enthralling aspect of Russian art history, Masterpieces of Soviet Painting and Sculpture can hardly be bettered.”

Moving Heaven And Earth In Rhs The Garden

Unicorn's Moving Heaven and Earth by Steffie Shields was reviewed the Royal Horticultural Society's September issue of The Garden magazine.

The Garden review by Dr Brent Elliott highly praises the book: "There has never been a study of an individual garden designer so thoroughly informed by garden archaeology."

On The Burning Of Books In Event Magazine

Unicorn's On the Burning of Books author Kenneth Baker featured in the Mail on Sunday's Event Magazine on Sunday 27th August 2016.

Event Magazine's article illuminates the strange history of book burning outlined in Lord Baker's new book from Harry Potter to Animal Farm, from Nazi bonfires to the burning of the Library of Congress, from mass...

Hermitage Dogs In Kennel Gazette

Unicorn's Hermitage Dogs featured in the September issue of Kennel Gazette's The Kennel Club Library.

Reviewer Gay Robertson says compliments the vast content covered in the book: "There are hunting dogs, famous packs, draught dogs, delightful toys, dogs famous and unknown. Most illuminating is the chapter on dogs as symbols: dogs can be...

Kitchener Wants You Blog Review

Uniform's Kitchener Wants You by Martyn Thatcher & Anthony Quinn was reviewed on Andy Arnold's blog WW1 Geek on Sunday 21st August 2016.

Andy Arnold is highly complimentary describing Kitchener Wants You as “a well-researched, easily digestible volume that at the very least gives a solid introduction to the use of propaganda and the Kitchener...

Moving Heaven And Earth In The Telegraph

Unicorn's Moving Heaven and Earth by Steffie Shields featured in The Telegraph on Saturday 20th August 2016.

The article highlights Capability Browns genius use of water within his gardens. Tim Richardson states: "Shields’s contention is that it was Brown’s technical management of water, including his ability to induce flow through a series of...

Eugene Burnand In Sussex Express

Uniform's newly published Eugene Burnand by Shirley Darlington featured in the Sussex Express on Friday 12th August 2016.

The article written to report the book launch at the Hop Gallery in Lewes highlights the success of evening.

On The Burning Of Books In Daily Mail

Unicorn's On the Burning of Books by Kenneth Baker featured as The Daily Mail book of the week on 5th August.

The Daily Mail article focuses on the most interesting book burnings featured in Baker's book such as the Nazi's bonfires and famous titles like Harry Potter and Animal Farm as well as relating book burning to current affairs with the...

Epitaphs In War History Online

On Thursday 28th July, Uniform's newest title Epitaphs of the Great War: The Somme, edited by Sarah Wearne, featured in War History Online.

Mark Barnes reviews: 'This book evokes the mundane imagery the fallen knew as well as any other I have seen and it reaches out in a more permanent way than social media appears to manage but that is...

On The Burning Of Books In Tls

Unicorn's On the Burning of Books by Kenneth Baker featured in the Times Higher Education Supplement on 28th July 2016.

In the Times Higher Education article Matthew Reisz discusses with Lord Baker incendiary ideas and the complex relationship between universities, book burning and the exchange of ideas. Stories that feature in the book are...