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 ofContinue reading “New Title confirmed (& ‘Boundary Songs’ Shortlisted for Lakeland Book Awards)”

One Year Anniversary special edition 7″ & new title details…

One year, two books, four films, a collaborative exhibition, 11 blog posts, 582 tweets and a HUGE thank you to everyone who has supported and encouraged us to keep going! At the beginning of August 2020, Chroma Editions tentatively edged out into the long plastic hallway of publishing. To celebrate and mark the fact weContinue reading “One Year Anniversary special edition 7″ & new title details…”

Cover Image & PRE-ORDER Details

Here is a first proper look at Glasgow based Iain Sharpe’s fantastic pen and ink drawing ‘Towpath Silence‘ that will soon adorn the covers of our forthcoming title, ‘From Tarmac to Towpath: Excursions into Lockdown‘. A scene no doubt familiar to many locals who regularly walk the towpath of the Lancaster Canal at Hest Bank,Continue reading “Cover Image & PRE-ORDER Details”

New Film Premiere Details…

Upcoming Premiere! Watch and chat live with other viewers as this upload is shown for the very first time here and on YouTube. ‘From Tarmac to Towpath’ a short film by David Banning will premiere on Wednesday 28th April at 7.00pm. The film features a series of excursions filmed around Lancaster and Morecambe in Lancashire,Continue reading “New Film Premiere Details…”

Update: From Tarmac to Towpath – new book coming soon!

It only seems a moment ago since we were signing off 2020 and bracing ourselves for the onset of winter as a new variant of Covid played havoc despite the ongoing restrictions. Fast forward nearly three months and here we are on the threshold of tentative new beginnings. Almost one year on from the outbreakContinue reading “Update: From Tarmac to Towpath – new book coming soon!”

Interview booklet – Becoming the path itself…(The dreams of exiled souls…) order details –

We met during the endless post-referendum rain. Both of us increasingly hemmed in by a workplace where creative communication was virtually impossible. Stolen, fragmentary conversations revealed parallel paths, a shared, if faded, belief in some form of psychogeography as a way through the creeping inertia… Julian Hyde on the origins of Boundary Songs: Notes fromContinue reading “Interview booklet – Becoming the path itself…(The dreams of exiled souls…) order details –”

Boundary Songs exhibition – Last Few Days!

“Really original perspectives on what is all around but rarely ‘seen’. Fabulous light and shadows intertwined… “Such a refreshing view of the UK, England, Life right now! (recent comments from the visitors book) The Boundary Songs exhibition at Cross Lane Projects, Kendal is now into its final few days (ending on Friday 23rd October 2020).Continue reading “Boundary Songs exhibition – Last Few Days!”

Boundary Songs – Private View – FREE ticket details…

It’s just two weeks to go until the opening of the Boundary Songs exhibition at Cross Lane Projects gallery in Kendal. Join us on Friday 9th October between 6pm – 8pm for a special exhibition preview with music (including a DJ set from Julian Hyde) and the odd tipple! The event is FREE, but we’reContinue reading “Boundary Songs – Private View – FREE ticket details…”

Caught by the River x AERIAL Festival – exclusive film details…

After the cancellation of the physical Aerial Festival — due to have taken place in March, an online version of the event will go live from 26th September. We are pleased to announce a new unseen short film from the Boundary Songs project, ‘The Drift’ by David Banning – will be made available as anContinue reading “Caught by the River x AERIAL Festival – exclusive film details…”