The long-awaited second edition of ‘The Making of SWALLOWS AND AMAZONS (1974)’ is being published in paperback by The Lutterworth Press on 25th May. Pre-orders are now available from their website here
This memoir of an odd thing that happened in the early 1970s is similar to the first edition but has a new cover and includes a few more stories, photographs and names from the ‘seventies that have floated to the surface. It compliments StudioCanal’s 40th Anniversary DVD and Blu-ray
and makes a good present for anyone who has grown up watching the 1974 film.
The new paperback edition will be stocked by the vast majority of book retailers including Amazon
, Waterstones, Blackwells, Paperback Bookshop, Books Etc. and is available direct from The Lutterworth Press
who also publish ‘Swallows, Amazons and Coots’
by Julian Lovelock that has a forward by Sophie Neville. Those in North America can order copies from the US distributor Casemate Academic
Sophie hopes to be signing copies at events around the country this summer.
Please click here for details
Last weekend Sophie was signing copies of her books at the Tavistock Festival and gave a talk at the Roseland Festival in St Mawes before a screening of ‘Swallows and Amazons’ (1974) on Sunday evening at the lovely Hotel Tresanton cinema.
this Saturday 22nd May at 2.00pm
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