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Stuart Kells

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Stuart Kells wrote 'Penguin and the Lane Brothers' - a groundbreaking counter-history of Penguin Books - which won the Ashurst Business Literature Prize. His latest book, 'The Library: A Catalogue of Wonders' has been described as a love letter to old books and old libraries, and is being published around the world. (See his Guardian article on the writing of this book: Blood, Bookworms, Bosoms and Bottoms: The Secret Life of Libraries.) His history of the 'Big Four' (co-authored with Professor Ian Gow of Harvard Business School) is due for publication in 2018. Stuart is currently working...

Stephen Davis

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Steve Davis has been writing on the Atlanta Campaign since 1989, when he contributed the feature article for Blue & Gray's August 1989 issue on the battles for Atlanta. His summary of the Atlanta Campaign, Atlanta Will Fall, was published 15 years ago. In 2012 his work What the Yankees Did to Us: Sherman's Bombardment and Wrecking of Atlanta was published by Mercer University Press. His recent paperback on the first phase of the Atlanta campaign has just been published by Savas Beatie. His companion volume, carrying the campaign to Sherman's capture of Atlanta, will appear later this summer.