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Fiona Sampson interview (Interlitq Featured Interviews)

Fiona Sampson: credit Ekaterina Voskresenskaya

Fiona Sampson, the UK author who is a contributor to Issue 8 of Interlitq, Interlitq‘s “English Writers 1”, and to Interlitq‘s “Poetic Voices”, is interviewed by Interlitq (“Featured Interviews” series).

Read this interview.

Fiona Sampson’s official website.

Read more about Fiona Sampson in her Wikipedia entry.

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Today, October 7, 2017 birthday of Fiona Sampson, UK author

Fiona Sampson

Today, October 7, 2017 is the birthday of Fiona Sampson, the UK author who is a contributor to Issue 8 of Interlitq, Interlitq‘s “English Writers 1”, and to Interlitq‘s “Poetic Voices”.

Read more about Fiona Sampson in her Wikipedia entry.

Today birthday of Giles Goodland, September 23rd

Giles Goodland

Today, September 23rd, is the birthday of Giles Goodland, the English poet who contributed work to Interlitq´s English Writers 1 feature.

“William Tyndale and Thomas More: The Eternal Controversy”: An Interview with Neil Langdon Inglis

Neil Langdon Inglis

Interlitq publishes “William Tyndale and Thomas More: The Eternal Controversy”: An Interview with Neil Langdon Inglis, U. S. General Editor of Interlitq, and a contributor to Issues 18, 19, 20 and 21 of Interlitq and English Writers 1, English Writers 2 and English Writers 3.

Read Neil Langdon Inglis’s 3 question interview to Interlitq.

Endeavour Press issues Kindle edition of Brian Inglis’s 1974 biography of Roger Casement

Brian Inglis

Neil Langdon Inglis, U. S. General Editor of Interlitq, and a contributor to Issues 18, 19, 20 and 21 of Interlitq and English Writers 1, English Writers 2 and English Writers 3, wishes to announce that Endeavour Press in London has issued a Kindle edition of his father Brian Inglis’s 1974 biography of Roger Casement, the Irish revolutionary executed for treason in 1916.  Sympathetic, but in no way hagiographical, Inglis’s account explores all dimensions of Casement’s life–in particular, Casement’s unsparing investigations of the rubber trade in the Belgian Congo, and atrocities in Latin America.

Passionate but naive, a visionary lacking in sound judgment, Casement was devoted to the cause of Irish freedom, yet spent years as a willing servant of the British Crown–and ended his days disastrously as a supporter of the Kaiser. Inglis quotes at length from Casement’s “Black Diaries,” having concluded they were genuine and an indispensable source of insight into his subject. “Roger Casement” is widely regarded as one of the classic biographies of the 20th century.

Read Neil Langdon Inglis’s interview about his father, the author Brian Inglis.

Read Neil Langdon Inglis’s 3 question interview for Interlitq.