Copies of all three Post-Nearly Press editions are on sale in the ICA bookshop on The Mall (nr. Trafalgar Square), London.
A very special fourth in the ‘conversations’ series will go into production later in the year, available late 16 or early 17.
Meanwhile please enquire about remaining copies, which vary in number edition to edition.
Issue 2 of the Accidental Archive is out now. Essential and original new material from the Delphian perimeters. Limited numbers. Follow the above link to purchase, or directly email email@example.com
Just a bump to confirm Post-Nearly Press does have plans under way for another item in the conversations series. Time-frame unknown but release likely to be sometime 2017. Hopefully there’ll be a least five in the conversations series, all told.
If you have an interest is buying one of the existing items, please get in touch.
In the meantime, I thought I’d post something on the blog that wasn’t in the shameless self-publicity category – here are some links.
ANDREW KÖTTING – THE SUSPENSION OF DISBELIEF BY MEANS OF A COMMON SENSE
Far-reaching and affecting conversation covering Andrew’s work, methods, inspirations and outlook. Useful and engaging background on Andrew’s working relationship with Iain Sinclair.
54 pages of original content; stab-stapled; straw, snow and granite textured paper; colour cover; inner content double sided; trimmed short of A4. Original cover by Craig Turnbull.
Limited edition; print-only. If you would like to order, please email firstname.lastname@example.org (or just go straight on to a paypal transaction as described below).
UK: paypal GBP 8.50 to email@example.com (includes postage)
Elsewhere: please email firstname.lastname@example.org for postage costs
Alternative payments, cheque etc, all fine: please email to arrange.
Also in the series:
Delighted to give notice that the third item in the Post-Nearly Press conversations series will be ANDREW KÖTTING – THE SUSPENSION OF DISBELIEF BY MEANS OF A COMMON SENSE.
In production now — release is planned for November 2015. A mailshot will go out to all on the mailing list.
Many thanks to Andrew. This is a far-reaching and affecting journey covering his work, methods, inspirations and outlook. It also provides engaging background on Andrew’s working relationship with Iain Sinclair.
Look out for By Our Selves.