What I have done in the making of a book is nobody’s business. The rest is just waste paper. - Anthony Burgess
The International Anthony Burgess Foundation has an extensive library and archive of books, manuscripts, correspondence and photographs relating to Anthony Burgess and his work. We also have a wealth of audio and visual material, paintings, drawings, objects from his various houses and ephemera. Our Reading Room is open daily by appointment – please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 0161 235 0776 to book your visit.
Click the links below or search the categories on the right to find out about what is here; and look in the blog for more.
Burgess's vexed relationship with pop music. By Graham Foster.
Our first in a new series of podcasts: Burgess and Dystopia.
A special beer for an extraordinary novel. By Will Carr.
Review of a current production, by Russ Thorne
To mark the fiftieth anniversary of Anthony Burgess’s A Clockwork Orange (1962), the International Anthony Burgess Foundation is organising a multi-disciplinary conference to examine its profound and enduring impact on literature, film, music, theatre and society.