W&N Sport HB October £20.00 352pp 978 1 409 16926 0 eBook: £20.00 / 978 1 409 16928 4
MARTIN LIPTON White Hart Lane The Glory Years 1899–2017
a complete history of White Hart lane, the home of Tottenham Hotspur from 1899 to 2017, and the setting for some of their greatest successes.
In May 2017, White Hart Lane, the backdrop to more than a century of Spurs history, will stage its final game before the club makes the short – very short – journey to Tottenham’s new home. With the active support and endorsement of the club, who have granted him exclusive access, Martin Lipton pays tribute to the glory days at the Lane. Through conversations with such figures as Jürgen Klinsmann, Gareth Bale and Harry Kane, and interviews with fans, support staff, managers and board members, Lipton provides the complete and definitive story of White Hart Lane.
Martin lipton is the Deputy Head of Sport at The Sun, having previously been Chief Football Writer for the Daily Mail and Daily Mirror. He has been an active Spurs supporter since attending his first game in 1972.
Location: London T: @Martinlipton
W&N Culture HB / ETPB November £16.99 / £12.99 176pp Full colour illustrations 978 1 474 60549 6 / 978 1 474 60550 2 eBook: £16.99 / 978 1 474 60551 9
OLINKA VIšTICA AND DRAžEN GRUBIšIć The Museum of Broken Relationships in the spirit of Humans of New York and PostSecret, The Museum of Broken Relationships will take you around the world in one hundred (extra)ordinary break-ups.
When Olinka Vištica and Dražen Grubišić split up they did what no separated couple had ever done before – they set up a museum dedicated to the mementos of love and the touching, sometimes humorous stories of how that love developed. And how it ended.
The Museum of Broken Relationships, originally in the Old Town of Zagreb and now also in Los Angeles, has since become an international phenomenon. People from around the world have sent in objects that were important to their relationship, including a red wedding dress, an underwater writing table and an axe . . .
Olinka Vištica and Dražen Grubišić are the co-founders of The Museum of Broken Relationships, which they formed when they split up.
Location: Zagreb, Croatia /brokenships.com f/brokenships T: @brokenships i: brokenships
W&N Non-fiction • October / November 2017