All items: Max Adams

The peripatetic history of the Golden Gospel – an eighth century illuminated manuscript – is pieced together by ‘historical detective’ Max Adams, following a trail of clues that lead from the Canterbury scriptorium where it was first created, to its present-day home in Stockholm.

The RLF takes an inside look at how writers navigate the shoals of literary genre, and how they really see themselves — despite what those book blurbs might say.

Max Adams speaks with Kona Macphee about writing and walking, geography and the joys of generalism.

The RLF provides an inside look at the diverse and surprising ways in which contemporary writers support themselves beyond their writing lives.

Max Adams explores the role that long-distance walking plays in his work and his life.

Ann Coburn considers the importance of creating a sense of place when writing for children and young adults.