TRIBUTE TO THOMAS C. MOSER The Ford Society would like to acknowledge the sad news that Thomas C. Moser has recently died, aged 92. Tom will be known to most Fordian scholars as author of The Life in the Fiction of Ford Madox Ford, published in 1981. There will be an opportunity for Fordians who knew and worked with Tom to write something for the site over the coming weeks, and/or contribute to a professional tribute at upcoming conferences, but meanwhile our thoughts are with his family and friends.
EDITING MODERNISM CONFERENCE: A report on the Editing Modernism/Modernist Editing, Edinburgh Napier Conference Read Here
LITERATURE AT WAR CONFERENCE: Read the report from Ford Society Chair, Sara Haslam on the conference held at Kings College, London, September 19, featuring work on Ford Madox Ford, H.G. Wells and their contemporaries. Read here
WEB FEATURE: Download Sample Chapters from International Ford Madox Ford Studies
Q&A with Sam Jordison and the Guardian book group on Ford's masterpiece, The Good Soldier. Read here
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Baddies in Books: Sylvia Tietjens: "You can't dismiss Sylvia. She is Ford's greatest creation" (Moira Redmond, The Guardian, January 2015)