Publishers such as Allen Lane and Paul Hamlyn revolutionised British publishing in the 20th century, turning it from a cosy club serving the elite into an industrial powerhouse. Iain Stevenson charts a century of triumph for the printed word
Elle - Reader of Books
Reader, Writer, Bullet Journalist, Book Group Organiser, Librarian. Maker of lists, drinker of tea. hoarder of books. Love urban fantasy, dystopian post-apocalyptic, zombies, crime fiction, time travel, 19C fiction and young adult anything. Minimalism was never my thing. Books make me happy, lots and lots of books. And cats. And stationery.