Chris Carr of DryCleanerCast interviews Paul Anderson and Kevin Davey on the impact of the Bolshevik revolution on the British left here. New edition of Moscow Gold? out this week…
The second paperback edition of Moscow Gold? The Soviet Union and the British left by Paul Anderson and Kevin Davey has sold out — so we’re printing more (revised again) for the centenary of the Bolshevik revolution. It will be available from Amazon here for just £9.99.
Apologies to everyone we’ve been unable to supply with the book: it’s my fault, because I’ve been very busy with work. But I caught up with Aaaargh!stuff over the Xmas holiday, and we’re now on track for putting out at least four new titles plus some new editions this year. We’ve even fixed this website’s faulty spam protection…
Anna Chen writes:
My Anna May Wong: a celestial star in Piccadilly is being aired again on BBC Radio 4 Extra at 6.30am and 1.30pm on Wednesday 16 March. I had the great pleasure to make this programme on Hollywood’s first Chinese screen legend in 2008 for broadcast in January 2009. After the repeats it will be on iPlayer for 30 days. More details here.
There’s a new edition of Moscow Gold: The Soviet Union and the British left by Paul Anderson and Kevin Davey out in the next couple of weeks. For a taste, see the new conclusion on the Little Atoms website here.
The paperback of Moscow Gold? The Soviet Union and the British left by Paul Anderson and Kevin Davey is now available from Amazon here for just £9.99.
The paperback includes comprehensive footnotes and an index, neither of which appear in the Kindle e-book. Buy one or more today and make everyone at Aaaargh! Press very happy.