Past Events

Past EventsMonday, February 25

Frank's Way: Frank Cass and Fifty Years of Publishing

Gerry Black
Michael Freedland

Michael Freedland chaired a discussion with Gerry Black, author of Frank's Way: Frank Cass and Fifty Years of Publishing, and other friends and colleagues from Frank Cass's long and successful business and communal career. Contributions and reminiscences from the floor were welcomed in the tribute to one of the UK's most prolific and diverse publishers.

Gerry Black worked as a lawyer for 25 years before becoming an author and historian.
Michael Freedland is a newspaper journalist, broadcaster and biographer and former presenter of the long-running programme You Don’t Have to be Jewish.
Proceeds from the sale of Frank's Way will be donated to Leuka, Hammersmith Hospital's Leukaemia research charity.

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