Foyles - blogs - blogsen-gb21/08/2014 17:26:0115The thorny issue, from our Charing Cross Road branch, introduces an exciting new addition to our range, Gorse, a wonderful literary journal from Dublin....17/08/2014 00:00:001277GUEST BLOG: Cambodia's deadly legacy KT Medina talks about how her work with mine clearers in Cambodia and explains how it inspired her dramtic debut thriller, White Crocodile....13/08/2014 00:00:001278GUEST BLOG: Anna starts again Freeman, author of the Tibor Jones Pageturner Prize-winnning debut novel The Fair Fight, shares some of the lessons she's learning about writing that difficult second novel....07/08/2014 00:00:001276Teffi: the unsung great of short stories a number of short story writers winning awards recently, the form is finally winning favour with British readers. Gary, from our Charing Cross Road shop, celebrates Pushkin Press' new edition of stories from a celebrated Russian exponent....28/07/2014 00:00:001273GUEST BLOG: Falling in love on Charing Cross Road Hudson's new novel, Thirst, sees a young Russian woman trying to start anew life in London. She recalls how her first glimpses of London and Foyles were to prove inspirational in her own escape from a troubled background....17/07/2014 00:00:001275The joy of Text, from our Charing Cross Road shop, looks at how indie press Text Publishing are bringing welcome attention to Australia's remarkably rich literary heritage....11/07/2014 00:00:001274GUEST BLOG: The best of imaginary friends Sheridan, author of the 1950s-set Mirabelle Bevan mysteries, explains what happens when a character starts to take on a life of her own....05/07/2014 00:00:001272GUEST BLOG: The cycling circus Barry's cycling career took in three Olympic Games and the chance to ride with Bradley Wiggins, Chris Froome and, notoriously, Lance Armstrong. But the highlight was fulfilling his long cherished dream of riding in the Tour de France....02/07/2014 00:00:001264One hundred years on from our Bristol branch looks at how the First World war has been remembered by writers in the century since the outbreak of hostilities....26/06/2014 00:00:001263The keeper of dreams from our St Pancras branch reveals some of the intelligent and enlightening footballing life stories for those as passionate about their literature as there are about their team....19/06/2014 00:00:001265