The poetry collection that most impressed us in 2018 was Floss by Sarah Crewe (Aquifer). Crewe compounds feminism with a psychogeography of Liverpool. At HFP we sometimes describe psychogeography as “going somewhere to see what isn’t there”. By adding female and working class history, Crewe raises the question of why particular things are not there,
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Announcing The Blackbird blog tour 2020! https://yearsofreadingselfishly.bloghttp://neverimitate.wordpress.comhttp://davidjcollard.blogspot.com|https://booksteaandme.bloghttps://thebobsphere.wordpress.comhttps://henninghamfamilypress.co.uk We are grateful to the above book bloggers who have given their time to read and review The Blackbird by Claire Allen. Follow their blogs, look for book giveaways and exclusive interviews and guests; Dr Sophie Oliver, Lecturer in English Literature at University of Liverpool; and Sarah Crewe,
Mr. Beethoven arrives today. It takes irreverence to pay tribute to an iconoclast. Paul Griffiths’ invention, wit and skill have created the Beethoven 250 tribute. We could not be more proud of this book. Travel to the United States in their infancy. Watch Boston society boil with anticipation as it produces Beethoven’s biblical oratorio. Feel
Live Events The launches of Mr. Beethoven by Paul Griffiths and The Blackbird by Claire Allen are postponed until Autumn 2020. Register your interest at david[at]henninghamfamilypress.co.uk Buy Books You can still use our online shop as normal. Orders are sent direct from NBN International, who are observing strict measures to keep staff and customers safe.
Sophie Herxheimer’s artists’ book version of 60 Lovers To Make And Do has found a lot of admirers. There’s no point making a buy now button for this book. If you want to secure one of the final copies, find us today at Free Verse Poetry Book Fair (Conway Hall) or email email@example.com £50
We are delighted to have been shortlisted for the Nibbies Small Press of the Year for the second year in a row! The British Book Awards recognise innovation and achievement in publishing. The shortlisting recognises our Split Editions of 60 Lovers To Make And Do, by Sophie Herxheimer, and Mud by Chris McCabe. It also
The peerless online publishing platform, Unbound, has invited us to hold our pre-sale for Mr. Beethoven, by Paul Griffiths, with them. We’ll be pulling back the curtain on our studio with the most powerful publishing algorithms on the planet. You can read an extract and buy all editions here: https://unbound.com/books/mr-beethoven Paperback – £13 (FREE UK
We made bespoke book cloth for 15 deluxe copies of Sophie Herxheimer’s 60 Lovers To Make And Do. The gold silk, which Sophie screenprinted, is the same material used to make her dress for the launch at the Cinema Museum!
Harpreet Kalsi captures our Cinema Museum launch in glorious color! Harp (thatthingyoupluck.com – geddit?) flicked through Herxheimer’s brand new artists’ book, 24 pages per second, coming away with the idea to collage the night’s patrons of the arts with the curious artefacts of the silver screen that surrounded us. So look closely. Herxheimer herself becomes