New Title confirmed (& ‘Boundary Songs’ Shortlisted for Lakeland Book Awards)

Out November 2021:

Post-Nearly Press Conversation Series Editions 1-5 / 2014-2019

Colour Paperback 260 pages ISBN: 9781838091538

What you have to appreciate, as a card-carrying ‘post-nearly’ spook, one of the reforgotten with no ticket of return, is that everything that follows is a posthumous dream, spun, as politicians would have it, around ‘the direction of travel’. ‘This is so surreal,’ they bluster. That state of dissociated and unfocused emotionalism required of moderately successful Olympic athletes by media vultures frantic for another orgasm of salt tears. But the experience of not-being-there is as real as it is ever going to get…

IAIN SINCLAIR – (extract from: PRE-POSTHUMOUS WORDS FOR POST-NEARLY PRESS)

All five editions in the Post-Nearly Press Conversations Series have been made available in paperback for the very first time. Featuring the live face-to-face conversations traversing the compelling methods, inspirations and creative outlooks from: Iain Sinclair, Chris Petit, Andrew Kötting, Alan Moore & Stewart Lee – a must for fans and collectors alike…

More details to follow soon


All 18 books on the 2021 Lakeland Book awards Shortlist

Finally, we were delighted that our first book ‘BOUNDARY SONGS: Notes from the Edge of the Lake District National Park’ made the Shortlist for The Striding Edge Prize for Guides and Places at the 2021 Lakeland Book Awards.  Winners will be announced on 19th October at a glittering charity event, to be held at the Roundthorn Country House Hotel near Penrith…So until then, we’ll keep everything crossed & wish the very best of luck to all the other authors on the list!


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