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Reviews

Comrades in Conscience: The story of an English community's opposition to the Great War by Cyril Pearce

Reviewed by Martin Wainwright in The Guardian, 22 February 2002

The King of Karelia: Col P.J. Woods and the British Intervention in North Russia 1918–1919, a History and Memoir by Nick Baron

Reviewed by Nicholas Clee in The Guardian, 3 November 2007

Marcel Martinet: Poet of the Revolution by George Paizis

Reviewed by Michael Rosen in The Guardian, 2 February 2008

Silvanus Trevail: Cornish Architect and Entrepreneur by Ronald Perry and Hazel Harradence

Reviewed in the Western Morning News, 12 November 2008

The High Tide Collected Poems in Cornish 1974-1999 by Tim Saunders

Reviewed by Donald Rawe in the Western Morning News

The Wheel An anthology of modern poetry in Cornish 1850-1980

Reviewed by Gwyn Griffiths in the Morning Stare, January 2000

Marcel Martinet: Poet of the Revolution by George Paizis

Reviewed by Alan Kenny in International Socialism, 119

The New Civilisation? Understanding Stalin’s Soviet Union 1929–1941 By Paul Flewers

Reviewed in Weekly Worker, Thursday December 4 2008

The New Civilisation? Understanding Stalin’s Soviet Union 1929–1941 By Paul Flewers

Reviewed in Permanent Revolution, no 10, Autumn 2008

Cornubia’s Son – A Life of Mark Guy Pearse by Derek R Williams

Reviewed by Ian Haile in the Chapels Society Newsletter, January 2009

Clear Red Water: Welsh Devolution and Socialist Politics by Nick Davies & Darren Williams

Reviewed by Martin Shipton in Wales Online, April 2009

Clear Red Water: Welsh Devolution and Socialist Politics by Nick Davies & Darren Williams

Reviewed by Robert Griffiths in Labour Briefing, May 2009

Clear Red Water: Welsh Devolution and Socialist Politics by Nick Davies & Darren Williams

Reviewed by Tony Heath in Tribune, 24 April 2009

The King of Karelia: Col P.J. Woods and the British Intervention in North Russia 1918–1919, a History and Memoir by Nick Baron

Reviewed by Grant T Weller in Europe-Asian Studies, Volume 61, Issue 4

The King of Karelia. Col. P.J. Woods and the British Intervention in North Russia 1918–1919. By Nick Baron

Reviewed by Alistair S. Wright in Slavonica, Vol. 14 No. 2, November 2008

The King of Karelia. Col. P.J. Woods and the British Intervention in North Russia 1918–1919. By Nick Baron.

Reviewed by Liudmila G. Novikova in Revolutionary Russia, Vol 22, No. 1, June 2009

Conflict & Legality. Policing mid-twentieth century Europe, edited by G. Oram

Reviewed by Guys Meershoek in Crime, History & Society Vol 13, No 2, 2009

Clear Red Water: Welsh Devolution and Socialist Politics by Nick Davies & Darren Williams

Reviewed by David Moon in Renewal: a Journal of Labour Politics, 2009

A Mere Interlude by Alan M Kent

Reviewed in The Cornishman, 1 June 2010

A Mere Interlude by Alan M Kent

Reviewed by Sheila Vanloo in St Austell Voice, May 2010

Clear Red Water: Welsh Devolution and Socialist Politics by Nick Davies & Darren Williams

Reviewed by David Barnes on www.gwales.com

Breogán's Lighthouse: a bilingual anthology of Galician literature

Reviewed by Camilo Franco in La Voz de Galicia, 27 October 2010

The New Civilisation? Understanding Stalin’s Soviet Union 1929–1941 By Paul Flewers

Reviewed in Labour History Review, Thursday August 2010

The Francis Boutle Book Of Cornish Short Stories

Reviewed by Gwyn Griffiths in Morning Star, 23 November 2010

Clear Red Water: Welsh Devolution and Socialist Politics by Nick Davies & Darren Williams

Reviewed by Mick Jenkins in Planet Magazine: The Welsh Internationalist Issue , No 200

Breogán’s Lighthouse: An Anthology of Galician Literature edited by Antonio Raúl de Toro Santos

Reviewed by Fernando Franjo Santiago in El Correo Gallego, 24 November 2010

Breogán's Lighthouse: a bilingual anthology of Galician literature

Reviewed in El País Galicia, 27 October 2010

Four Modern Cornish Plays

Reviewed by Gwyn Griffiths in morningstaronline, 12 January, 2011

The Hope of Place Selected Poems in English 199­0–2010 by Alan M. K­­ent

Reviewed by Cyril Jones in morningstaronline.co.uk, 28 January 2011

Clear Red Water: Welsh Devolution and Socialist Politics by Nick Davies & Darren Williams

Reviewed by John McAllion in Scottish Left Review

Breogán’s Lighthouse, a bilingual anthology of Galcian literature

Reviewed by Breixo Viejo in Times Literary Supplement 22 February 2011

The Toad and the Donkey : An anthology of Norman Literature from the Channel Islands

From the Times Literary Supplement , 22 Jume 2011

Manannan’s Cloak – a bilingual anthology of Manx Literature

Reviewed by Nicholas Ostler in Ogmios, no. 45, 1 August 2011 Endangered Languages Foundation

Thus Es Et: An Anthology of Cornish Dialect Selected by Les Merton

Reviewed by Simon Parker in the Western Morning News, 4 August 2011

A Worm's Folly - Poems In Cornish by Mick Paynter

Reviewed by Cyril Jones in Morning Star

Octavia Hill: Social reformer and founder of the National Trust by Gillian Darley

Reviewed by Christine Craik in British Journal of Occupational Therapy, July 2011

Stop The War: A Graphic History

Featured by Richard Norton-Taylor in guardian.co.uk, 13 December 2011

Henry Richard, Apostle of Peace and Welsh Patriot by Gwyn Griffiths

Reviewed by Del Gwynfyd Harris in Calon, the newsletter of the Meeting of Friends in Wales (Quakers)

Wilkie Collins, The Lighthouse, A Drama in Two Acts

Reviewed by Michael Slater, biographer of Dickens in The Dickensian

Henry Richard: Apostle of Peace and Welsh Patriot by Gwyn Griffiths

Reviewed by Donald Norwood, in The Journal of the United Reformed Church History Society

Grains of Gold: An Anthology of Occitan Literature edited by James Thomas

Reviewed by Gwyn Griffiths in Morning Star

From Bow to Biennale: Artists of the East London Group by David Buckman

Reviewed by Simon Tait in The London Magazine, 1 August 2016

Forever in Galicia by A.R. Castelao

Reviewed by Marcos Pérez Pena in Praza Pública, 9 September 2016

Lancelot Ribeiro: An Artist in India and Europe

Reviewed by Bridget Galton in Ham & High, 27 September 2016

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Events
Regular Cornish language classes with Mick Paynter.

London. The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Gallery permanent exhibition of women in medicine.

First Sunday of every month, Redruth. Shout with the Red River singers.

Second Wednesday of every month, Luxulyan. Prys Ton – Cornish Music Session.

Until 17 December 2017, Bow, London. Exhibition – The Working Artist: The East London Group.

Until 6 January 2018, Southend. Exhibition – From Mile End to Mayfair: The East London Group & their contemporaries.

9 November 2017, Bodmin, Cornwall. Talk by Paul Holden on the architect Richard Coad.

11 November 2017, Brecon. Peter’s Books and Pamphlets, a literature stall in Brecon Farmer’s Market.

16 November 2017, Liskeard, Cornwall. Paul Holden gives the Inaugural George Vaughan-Ellis RIBA Memorial Lecture.

16 November 2017, Walthamstow, London. Book launch of The November Boy by Bernat Manciet and Q&A with the translator, James Thomas.

18 November 2017, Marazion, Cornwall. Carol workshop led by Hilary Coleman.

20 November 2017, St Columb Major, Cornwall. Talk and Cornish carols with the Red River Singers.

25 November 2017, Redruth, Cornwall. Redruth Wassail.

26 November 2017, Heartlands, Cornwall. Red River Singers at the Christmas Market.

29 November 2017, London. Paul Holden talk on Princes to Paupers: portraiture in the Lanhydrock photographic collection.

2 December 2017, Liskeard, Cornwall. Nadelik Lyskerrys event with carols and book signing.

3 December 2017, Piece, Cornwall. ‘First & Last’ carols at the Countryman Inn.

4 December 2017, Stratton, Cornwall. Cornish carol concert.

5 December 2017, Truro, Cornwall. Talk and Cornish carols with the Red River Singers.

8 December 2017, Redruth, Cornwall. Old Time Christmas carols in the Butterwalk with the Red River Singers.

9 December 2017, Illogan, Cornwall. Cornish carol concert featuring the Red River Singers.

14 December 2017, Luxulyan, Cornwall. Shout on Picrous Eve.

15 December 2017, Gwinear, Cornwall. Carol concert with the Red River Singers at the Christmas Tree Festival.

15 December 2017, St Day, Cornwall. Carols with Caharrack and St Day Silver Band.

16 December 2017, Redruth, Cornwall. Talk and Cornish carols with the Red River Singers.

16 December 2017, St Ives, Cornwall. Carol Service with the combined choirs of St Ives.

19 December 2017, Stithians, Cornwall. Carol concert.

22 December 2017, Pool, Cornwall. Carols with the Red River Singers.

25 December 2017, Four Lanes, Cornwall. Christmas Day carols in the Square.

2 January 2018, Carnon Downs, Cornwall. Talk and Cornish carols with the Red River Singers.

5 January 2018, Pool, Cornwall. Twelfth Night Celebration.

7 December 2017, Piece, Cornwall. ‘First & Last’ carols at the Countryman Inn.

20 January 2018, London. Paul Holden talk on “Estate Mapping at its Finest”: the Lanhydrock Atlas, 1696.