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A Readers' Diary, 14 January 2015

White Hunger is described on the cover as an ‘extraordinarily accomplished debut novel’. They used to be called first novels, now they are debut novels. The change of name sounds like a marketing strategy. 817 more words


A Reader's Diary, 10 September 2014

Mark Rutherford was a Victorian novelist unknown to me until a book called The Revolution in Tanner’s Lane caught my eye in a second-hand bookshop. The name turns out to have been a pseudonym. 829 more words



By W.R. Owens

The 2013 number of Bunyan Studies is now in press and will be available in early March. It is a special number marking the one hundredth anniversary of the death of the novelist William Hale White, better known by his literary pseudonym ‘Mark Rutherford’. 541 more words


Neighborhood Group Hope To Appeal Approval of Proposed Housing Development

(CBS SF) – A lengthy dispute over a proposed housing development in San Francisco’s Mission District near the Marsh Theater is coming before the San Francisco Board of Appeals Wednesday evening. 615 more words


The 1895 Trust produces documentary for FARE Week

As part of FARE week, the 1895 Trust, the Supporters Trust for Shelbourne FC fans, has produced a documentary focusing on the career of Mark Rutherford. 69 more words

Show Racism The Red Card

The 1895 Trust, in conjunction with Shelbourne FC, Show Racism the Red Card, and the FAI, will be engaging with an event at the Drogheda United game this coming Monday. 97 more words


The Countryside: Mark Rutherford

The way to look at the country is to look at the same bit over and over again. There is a field above me which I am just beginning to understand after having paced it a hundred times. 22 more words