Tag Archives: Ken Duxbury

The latest issue of the wonderful The Marine Quarterly and two books: Mike Smylie’s Traditional Fishing Boats of Europe and an account of cruising in canoes in the 19th Century

Novelist Sam Llewellyn’s other project, the unfailingly beautifully edited The Marine Quarterly,  continues to impress, and I’m enjoying the new edition as much as I have each of the previous nine editions. I say it’s essential reading, and that a full … Continue reading

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Get the Lodestar Books catalogue now – there’s just time to place an order before Christmas

I’m loving the Lodestar Books catalogue – partly because it’s a lovely piece of work, but also because of what it contains. First of all there are the books Lodestar has already published, including artist Tony Watts’ collection An Eye … Continue reading

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Alker Tripp trilogy now available from Lodestar Books

The beautiful 1920s Alker Tripp trilogy of books about sailing on the South Coast, coastal Suffolk and the Thames Estuary is now available to order from Lodestar Books. Deliveries will begin in early June. If you happen to be going to the … Continue reading

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