Tagged: Lee Brackstone

Addicted to crossing borders

Lee Brackstone on the Crossing Border Festival in Den Haag. Read more

Building a bridge of hope

PalFest may not be the best-known literary festival, but it serves to underline literature’s ability to transcend violence and hatred, says Lee Brackstone.... Read more

White Rabbit lands debut memoir from music PR 'legend' Charone

White Rabbit has snapped up the debut memoir Access All Areas: A Backstage Pass Through 50 Years of Music and Culture by music PR "legend" Barbara Charone. ... Read more

White Rabbit signs Lanegan's 'terrifying' account of Covid-19 fight

White Rabbit has signed a new memoir by Mark Lanegan, described as a “terrifying account” of Covid-19, which left the songwriter slipping in and out... Read more

Bunyan’s memoir lands with White Rabbit

Musician Vashti Bunyan’s memoir, which “rewrites the narrative of a barefoot girl on the road”, has gone to White Rabbit.  Read more

Fat White Family story snared by White Rabbit

White Rabbit has secured a deal for Ten Thousand Apologies: Fat White Family and the Miracle of Failure about the “country’s most notorious rock band”. ... Read more

White Rabbit scores 'stellar' collection on pioneering women in music

White Rabbit has acquired This Woman’s Work: Essays on Music, a collection edited by the founding member of band Sonic Youth, Kim Gordon, and former music... Read more

White Rabbit scores 'illuminating and emotionally powerful' Rogers debut

White Rabbit will publish journalist and broadcaster Jude Rogers’ first book The Sound of Being Human, a combination of memoir and historical, scientific and cultural enquiry which... Read more

White Rabbit clinches Doors guitarist Krieger's memoir

White Rabbit will publish the first memoir by The Doors guitarist Robby Krieger, promising never-before-told stories from the legendary band's career. ... Read more

White Rabbit snares Bracewell's London 'eulogy'

White Rabbit is to publish a "seductive act of pop cultural time-travel" about London 40 years ago by Michael Bracewell.  Read more

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