- All five of the Post-Nearly Press Conversation Series of books compiled together for the first time and made available in colour paperback format, with original artwork and a brand new cover design by Craig Turnbull.
- Featuring live face-to-face conversations, unprecedented in length, with five of the UK’s most visionary authors/artists, including: Iain Sinclair, Chris Petit, Andrew Kötting, Alan Moore and Stewart Lee.
- The book has a substantial and completely exclusive foreword from Iain Sinclair – a bristling and brilliant piece of writing titled, Pre-Posthumous Words for Post-Nearly Press.
Perfect for fans, collectors and newcomers alike, the Post-Nearly Press Conversation Series traverse the compelling methods, inspirations and creative outlooks from five of the UK’s most visionary authors/artists. Iain Sinclair kicks it all off with a fascinating ride through the navigation of territory and the enduring influence of J.G. Ballard. Chris Petit discusses The Museum of Loneliness and relationships with screens. Andrew Kötting penetrates the London Olympic site and the post-punk era of music, while the illustrious Alan Moore performs an impromptu Mandrill rap in a unique Northampton studio. Lastly, comedian Stewart Lee recalls the late Vorticist poet bloke – Mark E Smith from The Fall.