The Unenchanted Garden: Children, Childhood and Conrad was first presented at the International Joseph Conrad Conference in London in 2005.  revised version was subsequently published in The Conradian.   David Miller is a literary agent, in London, England, and presents and  publishes regularly on, among other interests, Joseph Conrad.

Mr. Kurtz’s Good Death, was first presented at the International Joseph Conrad Conference in London in 2009.  William Atkinson is associate  professor of English at Appalachian State University in Boone, North  Carolina, and presents regularly on Joseph Conrad.

Conrad’s Perfect Detonator was first broadcast by Radio Netherlands Worldwide and  a finalist in the Educational Documentary category at the 2008 New York Festivals.  David Swatling, an award winning documentary  journalist, has worked for RNW since 1990.  This broadcast, featuring  Keith Carabine, John Stape, Mary Burgoyne and David Mulry, coincided  with the UK Joseph Conrad Society’s centennial celebration of Conrad’s The Secret Agent.

heart of darkness audio

Review of Joseph Conrad’s The Heart of Darkness, read by Alistair Maydon and published by Oasis Audiobooks:, Kim Salmons is currently working on her PhD at St Mary's College,  London, on 'The Representation of Food in Modernist Literature' (Hardy,  Conrad, Woolf and Joyce).  She previously worked as Assistant  Commissioning Editor, on the Observer Review, and as contributing audiobook reviewer, and won the Audiobook Reviewer of the Year in 2003, awarded by the Audiobook Publishers Association.