Martin Chandler - ARTICLES

February26

Pietersen on Cricket

by:
kponcricket

Kevin Pietersen is almost the forgotten man of English cricket these days, but not so long ago he was the biggest draw in the land and in demand with his publisher – is his 2015 book worth a look?

February08

The Big Ship

by:
bigship

In this feature Martin looks at the life and times of a man England regards as the archetypal Australian captain, Warwick Armstrong

February05

Scott Mason – A Memoir

by:
Scott Mason

Readers will have noticed long ago that at CricketWeb we are always willing to look outside the mainstream of cricket publishing, and Rick Smith’s latest project proves once again that it is a wise policy to do so

February05

Javed, The Prince of Wales

by:
Javed

It is remarkable how some cricket watching experiences never dim in our minds – they are stories that should be shared, and David Battersby’s latest offering shows just how easy it is to do that

January29

Sun, Snow and Strike

by:
sunsnowstrike

After the Book of the Year discussions we allowed Martin to reclaim his red rose tinted spectacles – we suspect he hasn’t taken them off since they were returned

January17

The Batsman’s Name was Mud

by:
Mudassar

Mudassar Nazar was an excellent counterbalance to the more precociously talented members of the excellent Pakistani side that Imran Khan led in the 1980s. In this feature Martin tells his story

January15

The Summer Field

by:
summerfield

Next week we announce our Book of the Year. Today we have something unusual; Martin reviewing a book published by the ACS that is not a volume in the ‘Lives in Cricket’ series

January08

New Books – An Overview for January 2017

by:

It’s that time of year again, and while there can be no doubt there are no fortunes to be made from writing or publishing cricket books, the state of the industry still seems to be healthy enough, certainly in terms of originality and variety.