Thrilled to reveal the cover and date for Did Ye Hear Mammy Died?, a memoir of childhood in 90s Derry with a widowed dad, ten siblings, 800 films taped off the telly, and at least one relatively notable IRA bomb.
Nick Kent, who is as close as British music journalism ever came to producing a legend, finally stopped writing about rock in 2007. “There was really nothing around that sparked my imagination,” he tells me. “There was no mystery, and rock’n’roll needs mystery.”
Allen Lane will publish Paul Mason’s How to Stop Fascism, an “original and challenging history of fascism and guide to resisting it”, in spring 2021….
Douglas Murray’s conversation with Joe Rogan about the new edition of The Madness of Crowds has had 2.5 million views on YouTube alone in the last week….
This Saturday Andrew Doyle be doing a live event via Zoom at 9pm (UK time). He’ll be joined by Twitter phenomenon Titania McGrath, who will be reading from her new volume My First Little Book of Intersectional Activism.