Or you can read a very short biography of DLS.
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Restoring England’s Heritage on BBC2 featured Taylor’s bell foundry, which we visited during the Loughborough convention, and is now in serious need of funding to maintain the building. The episode is available until 10th November to watch on BBC iPlayer.
12 September 2014: Dorothy L. Sayers complete audio backlist to be published by Hodder & Stoughton. Hodder & Stoughton will publish the complete crime backlist of Dorothy L. Sayers as digital audiobooks. World rights excluding the USA were acquired from Georgia Glover of David Higham Associates.
Full press release here.
SEVEN: An Anglo-American Literary Review Volume 29 is now available, and all other volumes are available for order direct from the Marion E Wade Center in Wheaton.
The Lord Peter Wimsey Companion: The Third (Online) Edition of The Lord Peter Wimsey Companion is available exclusively to members of the Society, so if you have been waiting for the LPWC and are not yet a member, why not join now and start using it straight away!
Stocks of the Second Edition, the last printed book edition, ran out several years ago. Please note that the Society has no plans to reprint it, or to produce any future edition in printed form, since the online format allows updates to be handled much more satisfactorily. Copies of both First and Second Editions may be available on the second-hand market, although be warned that they are often sold at massively inflated prices.
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