The March/April issue of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine is now on sale. In it you can read about:
- William Beckford, the remarkable author and architect who led a somewhat sordid life
- Joanna Trollope on her rewriting of Sense & Sensibility for HarperCollins’s Austen Project
- Mary Russell Mitford, the writer who sought to emulate Jane Austen
- how Jane Austen supported her fellow writers by subscribing to their books
- the story of Julie Klassen, marketing assistant turned best-selling Regency romance novelist
… as well as the latest News, Letters, our astonishing Regency Rogue, Austen quiz, news from Austen societies around the world and book reviews.
We are pleased to offer a limited-time opportunity to purchase reduced-price copies of Celebrating Pride and Prejudice, Maggie Lane and and Hazel Jones’s tribute to the work that Jane Austen called her “own darling child”.
2013 marked the 200th anniversary of the first publication of Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen’s best-loved novel. To celebrate that bicentenary of Hazel and Maggie investigate the reasons for the book’s popularity and describe the extraordinary history, reception and afterlife of the phenomenon that is Pride and Prejudice.
You can now enjoy a copy for just £4.99 plus postage (previously £6.99). For further information visit our dedicated web page.