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100 Paintings

Revolution has torn through the land, leaving society teetering on a knife edge. A young artist finds himself holed up at the City Hotel with his mother, where he must sing for his supper. In the face… Read more →

A Letter to a Hindu

Dated the 14th of December 1908, A Letter to a Hindu was a letter written by Leo Tolstoy to Tarak Nath Das, a Bengali revolutionary and scholar, in response to a request for support for India’s separa… Read more →

A Room of One’s Own

In October 1928 Virginia Woolf was asked to deliver speeches at Newnham and Girton Colleges on the subject of ‘Women and Fiction’; she spoke about her conviction that ‘a woman must have money and a ro… Read more →

A Vindication of the Rights of Woman

For many years the victim of smear campaigns by notable male writers, and dismissed as being merely ‘the mother of Mary Shelley’, Mary Wollstonecraft has claimed her rightful title as one of the found… Read more →

A Year in Review

A Year in Review January 2022 It’s a new year, but we’re just taking a moment to look at the great books we’ve published in 2021 – you’ll find a selection of our favourites below, with one book a mont… Read more →

A Year of Renard Press

A Year in Review January 2022 It’s a new year, but we’re just taking a moment to look at the great books we’ve published in 2021 – you’ll find a selection of our favourites below, with one book a mont… Read more →

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shortlisted for the Nick Robinson Newcomer Award 2022shortlisted for the Ola Gotkowska Young Independent Publisher Award 2022  RENARD PRESS is an independent publisher, launched in June 2020. Cov… Read more →

Alex Humphreys

Born in Chester, Alex Humphreys grew up in Flintshire in Wales. After studying music at Cardiff University, she joined the office of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, before moving into broadcastin… Read more →

Allie Bullivant

Allie Bullivant is a writer whose work could be (but so far hasn’t been) described as the ginger lovechild of Mary Oliver and the Coen Brothers. Her writing has been featured in The Critic, The Cardif… Read more →

Aly Lou Smith

Aly Lou Smith works as a visual artist based in Newcastle upon Tyne. She writes on the side, mainly about her lived experience of Bipolar. Throughout 2021 her practice has evolved to be dominated by p… Read more →

An Interview with Emma Zadow

Emma Zadow is an actor, playwright and screenwriter from Norfolk. She trained at Rose Bruford College as an actor, and her plays have been performed at the Arcola, the Old Red Lion Theatre, Camden Fri… Read more →

An Interview with Iain Hood

Iain Hood was born in Glasgow and grew up in the seaside town of Ayr. He attended the University of Glasgow and Jordanhill College, and later worked in education in Glasgow and the west country. He at… Read more →

An Interview with Jade Leaf Willetts

Jade Leaf Willetts is a writer from Llanbradach in South Wales. He writes about extraordinary characters in ordinary worlds and has a penchant for unreliable narrators. The Green Indian Problem is his… Read more →

An Interview with Miriam Burke

A writer from the west of Ireland, Miriam Burke’s short stories have been widely published in anthologies and journals, including The Manchester Review, Litro Magazine, Fairlight Shorts, The Honest Ul… Read more →

An Introduction to the History of Women’s Suffrage

In 1881, three writers and rights activists, Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Matilda Joslyn Gage, came together to publish the first volume in their groundbreaking History of Woman Suffra… Read more →

Andrew Crowther

The Secretary of the W.S. Gilbert Society and the author of the major biography Gilbert of Gilbert and Sullivan, as well as a variety of comic plays including Welcome to Paradise, Funny Men and Workin… Read more →