Our first Blog Tour has been a huge success thanks to these wonderful reviewers: Claire Allen really nails what it’s like to Care for someone… Her descriptions throughout the book are just so perfect. Years Of Reading Selfishly Claire Allen also did a short reading, our thanks go to Clare Reynolds for broadcasting this via
Make your mark on Beethoven250 by subscribing to THE Beethoven book of 2020. Deadline 14th March. Visit https://unbound.com/books/mr-beethoven to preview and pre-order Paul Griffiths’ amazing novel. A google form allows you to choose a name (yourself or even a friend or family member) to be printed in the back as a supporter of the project.
We Are Small Press Of The Year 2019 Regional Finalists! The British Book Awards (or Nibbies) have drawn attention to our unique line in publishing, making us one nine shortlisted Presses in London! @CassavaRepublic, @DauntBooksPub, @HenninghamPress, @JacarandaBooks, @lantanapub, @SaqiBooks, @TheSchoolOfLife, @TinyOwl_Books and @CanburyPress The Awards say: We received a huge number of fantastic entries this year
I’m delighted to be Independent Publisher of the Week on Bookblast. Dedalus, already one of Bookblast’s Top 10 books for Aug, is getting VIP treatment. You can read my interview here, and look out for an interview with Chris McCabe and review of his debut novel later this week.
We were interviewed recently by an online magazine called Nothing In The Rulebook while waiting for an aeroplane. By way of introduction they say: It seems old hat to say that mainstream publishing has been facing an existential crisis in recent years. As profit margins thin, the go-to response from the biggest publishing houses has
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 Poetry Library; The aim was to create a resource using inspirations that the children might not have got to hear about until university – and that’s
The Times Literary Supplement, ‘the leading international forum for literary culture’, has published a celebratory review of ‘An Unknown Soldier’. You can read the review here: Against Unremembering In the review David Collard puts our poem into context, saying: Henningham’s mordant wit and avant-garde flair is part of another poetic tradition stretching back to Wyndham
SGM filmed this interview with David about the four prints we made with them for the WW1 Active Service Gospel replica.
We placed a listing in Aesthetica Magazine announcing our project An Unknown Soldier. If you saw us there – welcome to our website! You can find everything about the whole project here. We currently have two new superb screenprints underway, which are as yet unlisted, this time also using our foil debossing press on some
Humans Invent are the latest to interview us in our studio. Recently journos have started declining the offer of cup of tea. Is it tighter deadlines or a side-effect of the Leveson enquiry? “Is it true that you accepted a cup of tea from an interviewee?!” Well you can enjoy this glowing Humans Invent article