Historian's Mud Pie list has Buddhist flavour

Historian's Mud Pie list has Buddhist flavour

Tony Morris, former publisher of the history list at Oxford University Press, is launching Mud Pie Books, a boutique publisher that will showcase writing about Buddhism.

Morris [pictured below], who was also previously c.e.o. of The History Press and founded history publisher Hambledon & London (acquired by Continuum in 2003), describes his interest in Buddhism, much like his “love of history”, as a “fascination with behaviour and psychology at different times and places, under varying circumstances and cultural conditions”.

He said his desire to harness this interest into a niche Buddhis...

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