POST-NEARLY PRESS CONVERSATION SERIES EDITIONS 1-5 / 2014-2019
OUT: NOVEMBER 25th 2021
COLOUR PAPERBACK – 262 PAGES
FEATURING: IAIN SINCLAIR, CHRIS PETIT, ANDREW KÖTTING, ALAN MOORE AND STEWART LEE.
- 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.
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From Tarmac to Towpath: Excursions into Lockdown is a collection of works created on the streets of London, Lancashire, Cumbria, Newcastle, Glasgow and the Firth of Forth when the UK was in Lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Featuring text and images from 13 artists across the UK, a document of traces emerges formed of spectral walks, psychogeographical encounters, eerie geometries, deserted towpaths, former railway lines, discarded masks, ghostly enclaves and sudden verdures. While boundaries dissolve, everything is muffled and haunted, desperate for re-connection. Dust, rust and peeling paint triggers acknowledgement of hyperawareness. Stunned side streets and somnolent houses (evoked by Graham Greene as, the unfamiliar shadows of half-things, broken things, former things) are amongst many captured moments that remind us of the unprecedented emotions and events of life in lockdown.
- ISBN: 978-1838091521
- 112 pages (in full colour)
- Price: £15.99 (All royalties will be donated to designated foodbanks)
- Dimensions : 20.32 x 1.12 x 20.32 cm
Boundary Songs: Notes from the edge of the Lake District National Park
DAVID BANNING with drawings by IAIN SHARPE
PUBLISHED 15 SEPTEMBER 2020 £8.99
Discover. Explore. Inspire. On the fringes of England’s largest national park, now a World Heritage Site, an alternative vision emerges. In late 2017, a walk around the boundary of the Lake District uncovers a hidden landscape consumed by ghosts of nostalgia. Roughly 160 miles where it’s never quite clear where the muddy paths and coastal ridges will lead. Stumbling upon industry as theme park on the border between urban and rural. A hallucinatory journey reimagining the in-between lands of cinematic markers, a sixteenth century noblewoman, artists such as Graham Sutherland and a constant stream of found debris. From a meeting with Silecroft’s mafia at Valley End to the gates of Sellafield, the edge of darkness is revealed.
Welcome to a different ‘place to be’, where the pastoral and sublime rub shoulders with nuclear and second home syndrome – on the edges of Brexit…
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