Tag Archives: Lisa Hilton

Roundup: Boyd, Banville and Paper Hats

–Novelist William Boyd is interviewed in The Times by Robbie Millen. This is on the occasion of the publication of Boyd’s new novel Trio¬† which is about the creation of a film in the late 1960s. After establishing Boyd’s somewhat … Continue reading

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Waugh in the Food Columns

Lisa Hilton, biographer, novelist and now food critic for Standpoint magazine, was apparently assigned to write a review of a new Italian restaurant in Covent Garden called Margot. This establishment was downgraded by some other food critics such as Jay … Continue reading

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Lisa Hilton Video re Brideshead

Novelist and biographer Lisa Hilton has posted a one-minute video in the Why I Love This Book series explaining why Waugh’s 1945 novel¬†Brideshead Revisited is her favorite novel. She is most impressed by the quality of the writing which managed, … Continue reading

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Writer Follows Waugh’s Career Advice

Lisa Hilton, who has just just written a new¬†novel, is interviewed in today’s Belfast Telegraph. The book is entitled Maestra and is described an erotic thriller:¬† It tells the story of Judith, a working-class young beauty trying to make a … Continue reading

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