We have our own Handheld Press YouTube channel, where you can watch interview clips about all our books, and readings from the books by the translators or the authors of the introductions. All the videos are linked from each book’s own page.
Jeremy Hawthorn, who’s been championing Ernest Bramah for years, reads here from our edition of What Might Have Been, for which he wrote the Introduction.
Here’s Juliane Roemhild, who wrote the Introduction to Elizabeth von Arnim’s The Caravaners, reading the bit from the novel where Otto explains why he’s not going to show his write-up of their holiday to his wife any longer.
Here’s Toby Bainton, the translator of After the Death of Ellen Keldberg, reading the section where Ann-Sofie surveys who will be most useful for her plan in a Skagen pizza house in winter.
Here are the editors of A Quaker Conscientious Objector, Rebecca Wynter and Ben Pink Dandelion, reading extracts from the prison letters of Wilfrid Littleboy.
More generally, here is a link to the British Library’s video archive in which Kate talked about publishing in their Creative Feminisms festival in January 2021.