Interview with Bernard Cornwell: author of the bestselling Sharpe series
Interview with Bernard Cornwell, discussing his novels and what inspires him to write, touching upon funny historical facts researched in writing and advice to budding authors. We also discuss why he is happy to be published in a dyslexic friendly format with BOTH press.
Interview with James Bennett, author of The Dust of the Red Rose Knight
Interview with the James Bennett, discussing his career as an LGBT author, his tongue and cheek novella set in Arthurian myth and why he decided to publish a dyslexic friendly books with BOTH press.
Interviews with Juliet Mckenna (aka J.M Alvey: the author of Silver for Silence)
Interview with Juliet Mckenna on her inspiration as an author and her 20 + year career she had had as a writer. Touching upon research practice and her reason to publish dyslexic friendly books with BOTH Press.
Discussion between Joel Cornah author of ‘The Breath’, Alistair Sims founder of BOTH press and Books on the Hill, and Chrissey Harrison Designer at BOTH Press
A lively discussion on publishing dyslexic friendly books and the importance of doing so, as well as the trends in publishing, touching on the rise of audiobooks. (This is of Dyslexia Talk video).
Interview with Steven Savile: author of Sherlock Holmes and The Four Kings of Sweden
Interview with Steven discussing his 30 + year career in writing from franchises like Dr. Who and Star Wars, as well as the reason he is pleased to publish dyslexic friendly books with BOTH press. (This is for Cut Down Interview with Steven Savile)
Bridging the gap in publishing accessibility
Alistair Sims, a dyslexic bookshop owner, is crowdfunding to publish dyslexic-friendly adult books, aiming to bridge the gap in mainstream publishing and provide accessible reading experiences.
Dyslexia-friendly books released for adults that struggle with reading
This article discusses how BOTH Press creates dyslexia-friendly books with cream pages and clearer text for adults with reading problems.
Winning the Points of Light Award
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak writes a personal thank you to Alistair for his trailblazing work publishing books for people with dyslexia.