Keith Sagar has published an 88-page "Bibliographical Supplement 1996-2013" for download from his website. [more]
The Ted Hughes Society has announced the third issue of the society journal and the publication of an essay by Ann Skea, "Ted Hughes and the Goddess". [more]
Ann Skea has begun a new series in progress called "Sylvia Plath's Ariel and the Tarot" [more]
Carol Bere alerted me to a review of an autobiography "Hebden Bridge: A Sense of Belonging, by Paul Barker" whose author grew up in Mytholmroyd and Hebden. [more]
The book publishes all 144 letters from Hughes to Sagar held at the British Library, from the beginning of their correspondence in 1969 until shortly before Hughes death in 1998. [more]
Eisbergfreistadt is a project by Nicholas Kahn and Richard Selesnick. Their story goes that in 1923, at the height of the hyperinflation, a huge iceberg stranded just off the German town of Lübeck in the Baltic Sea. The iceberg was declared a free trade zone and attracted a lot of attention. It inspired the artists of the time to design Notgeld (inflation money) … But you best read on and explore for yourselves at www.eisbergfreistadt.com.