As displayed in Vienna at Gallery Wechselstrom: Ulysses 100 In 18 Stationen Edition of 19£120 (earlybird price, at which 4 copies remaining) contact us HERE to express an interest NB: next batch expected delivery Sept 2022 Paperback available HERE (EU and USA friendly checkout) £12.99
The Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction 2021 has longlisted the first book in our Historiographic Fictions series: Mr. Beethoven by Paul Griffiths. The Prize celebrates fiction set over 60 years ago. Which of our books should fans of historical fiction investigate and (ahem) qualify for free UK postage? There’s been an explosion of lively
Dedalus Shortlist announcement at University of East Anglia! Scenes! We are delighted to announce that Dedalus by Chris McCabe has been promoted to the list of six finalists in the Republic Of Consciousness Prize 2019! The Premier Prize for Small Presses. We were present at the Love Takes Risks symposium and plenary panel (David Hayden,
With Dedalus still circumnavigating the literary world on the Republic of Consciousness longlist, we launch Chris McCabe’s second novel, Mud! Mud is a re-imagining of Orpheus and Eurydice set beneath Hampstead Heath, tracing Borak and Karissa’s subterranean quest to split up. Mud is fucked up. It’s unlike anything else. It’s amazing. – Sam Jordison, Galley
We can put the tenterhooks away for a bit and celebrate! We are delighted to hear that Dedalus by Chris McCabe has been longlisted for the trailblazing Republic of Consciousness Prize for Small Presses. The prize that has brought so many great books and publishers together over the last three years. The first port of
Resident photographer of the London literary scene, Harpreet Kalsi, captured our Dedalus launch party wonderfully. You can see more of his photography at ?thatthingyoupluck.com Dedalus available for pre-order in our shop here.
We are honoured and excited to be bringing you what can only be described as a hotly anticipated novel : Dedalus, by Chris McCabe. The debut novel of a respected and much-loved poet; a sequel to the lodestar of Modernist writing; causing a stir among Joyceans and universities before it was even signed. The firstfruits of this
by David & Ping Henningham with The National Poetry Library Librarians The Times Educational Supplement, Britain’s leading education periodical, has published a feature on ‘Letters Home: The First World War Poetry Kit’, a book we published in collaboration with the Southbank Centre’s National Poetry Library; The aim was to create a resource using inspirations that