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Kassabova's Border wins travel book of the year

Ex-soldier and novelist Jan Morris CBE has been recognised for her outstanding contribution to travel writing by The Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards, while Kapka... Read more

Indies shine through on Stanford Dolman Travel Book of the Year shortlist

Indies are leading the shortlist for the Stanford Dolman Travel Book of the Year, with five of the six books vying for the £5,000 prize hailing from independent presses.... Read more

Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards reveal categories

Booksellers and libraries across the UK and Ireland are being invited to participate in selecting the longlists for the second Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards,... Read more

Clare and Bryson honoured at Stanford Travel Writing Awards

Horatio Clare’s Down to the Sea in Ships  (Chatto & Windus) was announced as the Stanford Dolman Travel Book of the Year yesterday (28th September)... Read more

Stanfords returns to profit after more than a decade

Stanfords has reported an annual profit for the first time since 2002. The company’s two travel bookshops, based in London’s Covent Garden and Bristol respectively,... Read more

Stanford Dolman Travel Book of the Year shortlist

An exploration of the landscape around a remote Cornish farmhouse, a study of the role of lemons in the Italian cultural landscape, and an account... Read more

Stanfords seeks support for relaunched writing awards

Travel bookshop Stanfords is calling on other booksellers to help promote the Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards with point of sale, events and passion. Tony... Read more

Stanfords doubles prize money for relaunched travel award

Stanfords is relaunching the Dolman Travel Book of the Year prize, doubling its prize money, and creating a new award for travel writing. From 2015,... Read more

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