Rachel Trethewey reviews the book positively in the Independent. Read it here.
Krys Boyd of KERA Radio (Texas) interviews me about the book. Listen to ‘The Pilgrims’ Progress’ here.
The Wall Street Journal has published my article Pilgrims and the Roots of the American Thanksgiving. It’s the Saturday Essay in their Review section, published online ahead of the weekend.
Everything here you wanted to know about Thanksgiving but were afraid to ask – including an Eddie Izzard joke.
The History News Network (George Mason University) have published a blog post of mine, entitled ‘This Thanksgiving Let’s Finally Stop the Nonsense About the Puritans and Pilgrims’. This was their title, not mine! Read it here.
There is a lot of nonsense, but it’s not ALL nonsense. There’s an important, true story there.
“Open the book to page ninety-nine and read, and the quality of the whole will be revealed to you.” Ford Madox Ford
Here’s my attempt to see if he was right on Marshal Zeringue’s blog.
The UK edition of Between Two Worlds is published by Oxford University Press today.
Oxford University Press blog post published today – argues that the origins of America lie in Chelmsford, Essex.
The Guardian has paired Between Two Worlds with Michel Faber’s new novel The Book of Strange New Things. Check out the podcast here.
The New York Post has included the book in this week’s top 5 “must-read books”.