‘All things go free that have survived’: Seamus Heaney 1939-2013

Seamus Heaney, the most celebrated member of a remarkable generation of Irish poets, died on the 30th of August at the age of 74. His full-length books of verse were published in Britain by Faber and Faber, but he also co-operated with artists and printers in a number of smaller-scale private and fine-press productions of… Continue reading ‘All things go free that have survived’: Seamus Heaney 1939-2013

Programme announced for Cataloguing Creativity at the British Library, 15 November 2013

The Cataloguing Working Party is pleased to annouce the programme for its symposium on cataloguing literary archives and manuscripts: Cataloguing Creativity programme with abstracts [PDF] Tickets (including lunch and refreshments) are a very reasonable £12 and are available from the British Library Box Office - book online, in person, or by telephone  (+44 (0)1937 546 546).  … Continue reading Programme announced for Cataloguing Creativity at the British Library, 15 November 2013