The fiction of history: An interview with James Vella-Bardon of the Historical Novel Society Sydney.

Historical fiction is huge. It roams across time and space, tethered only by the strands of history, through the Senates of ancient Rome to the shoguns of Feudal Japan, from the cloisters of medieval monasteries to the courts of the Renaissance, from the British civil wars to the American civil war, across all oceans and … Continue reading »