A few books from the past couple of months that were previously released in the UK will be out in November in the US:
Charles Brandon: Henry VIII’s Closest Friend by Steven Gunn will be out November 19 in the US:
… as will Terry Breverton’s The Tudor Kitchen: What the Tudors Ate & Drank
And a few releases from October that I missed…
The First Book of Fashion: The Book of Clothes of Matthaeus and Veit Konrad Schwarz of Augsburg edited by Ulinka Rublack and Maria Hayward was released on October 22 in the UK and US.
And the interest in Jasper Tudor continues (yay!) with another addition to the growing number of works on him: Jasper: The Tudor Kingmaker by Sarah Elin Roberts, which was released at the end of October in the UK and will be out in December in the US.
And Stuff & Nonsense: Kings & Queens by Ian Baillie is a comic verse take on the lives of English Kings and Queens which came out at the end of October in both the UK and US.
Now, finally, on to the new releases for November!
Suzannah Lipscomb’s latest book, The King is Dead about the will of Henry VIII is out November 5 in the UK. I don’t see an official release in the US yet, but I’ll update when I find out more.
The illustrated 2nd edition of Barb Alexander’s The Tudor Tutor: Your Cheeky Guide to the Dynasty is out in a couple of days in the US and on November 19 in the UK.
Finally, Elizabeth Norton’s newest book The Temptation Of Elizabeth Tudor about Princess Elizabeth and Thomas Seymour is out November 5 in the UK and in January in the US.
The National Portrait Gallery, London launched Simon Schama’s Face of Britain exhibition on September 16 and it will run through January 4, 2016. More information on the exhibition here