Archive for the ‘Issue 21’ Category

Aamer Hussein, London-based Pakistani author, 62 today

Aamer Hussein

Aamer Husseinthe London-based Pakistani author who is a Consulting Editor for Interlitq, and who contributed to Issue 2 of InterlitqIssue 8 of Interlitq, Issue 21 of Interlitq, and Interlitq‘s English Writers 3, is 62 today.

Neil Langdon Inglis attends the ATA 57th Annual Conference in San Francisco

Neil Langdon Inglis

Neil Langdon 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, attends the ATA 57th Annual Conference in San Francisco.

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

Essay, “In Pursuit of Tom Carter and Ezra Pound” by Jeff Barry published in Interlitq

Jeff Barry

Jeff Barry

The essay, “In Pursuit of Tom Carter and Ezra Pound” by Jeff Barry, a Deputy General Editor of Interlitq, and who contributed fiction to Issue 21 of Interlitq, has been published in Interlitq.

Angela Topping 62 today, October 2nd, 2016

Angela Topping

Angela Topping

The Editorial Board of Interlitq wishes many happy returns of her birthday to Angela Topping, the UK author who contributed poetry to Issue 21 of Interlitq, and to Interlitq‘s English Writers 1, and who is 62 today, October 2nd, 2016.

Angela Topping is a Cheshire-based poet. Her first two collections were published by Stride (1988 and 1999). Further collections were published by bluechrome (2007), Salt (The New Generation 2010, a best-selling collection for children; I Sing of Bricks 2011) and Lapwing (Paper Patterns 2012). She had a Rack Press pamphlet in 2011 and two chapbooks with Erbacce, one of which was written to accompany The Lightfoot Letters art and poetry exhibition with Maria Walker. In 2013, a selected poems, Letting Go, was published by Mother’s Milk Books. In the same year, Angela completed a residency at Gladstone’s Library, and won first prize in the Buzzwords poetry competition. Angela’s poems have appeared in over 50 anthologies and been included in magazines such as Poetry Review, London Magazine and many others. She has also edited and co-edited several anthologies. She is a seasoned reader and workshop leader, and has a background in education. She is the author of several critical books for Greenwich Exchange and has co-authored textbooks on poetry for OUP.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angela_Topping

http://www.angelatopping.com/

Brian Inglis “belonged in politics to the centre, critical of the extremists in Labour and the Conservatives…”

Brian Inglis

Brian Inglis

In his obituary of Brian Inglis, Richard West writes:

Under the guidance of Inglis, the Spectator became for a time by far the most lively and readable of the weekly papers, as it was once more to be 20 years later. Like the proprietor, Sir Ian (now Lord) Gilmour, Inglis belonged in politics to the centre, critical of the extremists in Labour and the Conservatives, without enthusiasm for Liberals either, at any rate not with a capital letter. Under Inglis’s guidance, the Spectator championed during the 1950s most of the causes that came into law in the 1960s – easy divorce, the relaxation of censorship, the toleration of homosexuality.

Neil Langdon Inglis

Neil Langdon Inglis

Read the featured interview with Interlitq about his father, the author Brian Inglis, by Neil Langdon Inglis, U. S. General Editor of Interlitq, and a contributor to Issues 18, 19, 20 and 21 of Interlitq, and Interlitq´s “English Writers 1”, “English Writers 2” and “English Writers 3”,