Just FYI, for those who would still like one, a small number of copies of the Stewart Lee book are left for sale. There are no plans to produce more – check the catalogue page for the exact number of copies remaining.
STEWART LEE – WHERE ARE THE THINKERS? has been reprinted and is available. Thanks to all those who have registered interest so far. Please see this page for details.
STEWART LEE – WHERE ARE THE THINKERS? sold out quickly. It’s a shame to leave some people disappointed, so providing there is sufficient demand, we’ll do a one-off and final reprint. To register your interest, please submit the form on this page.
WHERE ARE THE THINKERS? is the latest item to be published by Post-Nearly Press.
SOLD OUT – but please see here
The fifth book in the Post-Nearly Press conversations series is STEWART LEE – Where Are The Thinkers? The item is original, print-only, and limited edition.
Stewart Lee gives an engrossing and strikingly open account of his stand-up and writing career, his craft, and his cultural influences — with discussion on Alan Moore, Andrew Kötting, Iain Sinclair, Mark E Smith, Derek Bailey and others.
26 double sided pages of original content; stab-stapled; mixed texture paper; original colour cover; cut short of A4.
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Delighted to say that a new, fifth, issue in the conversations series is beginning production, tentatively scheduled to appear late Feb/early March 2018 – and perfectly, the subject is comedian and writer STEWART LEE, who aside from being arguably the finest stand-up working today, is very much there in the narrative of the series with connecting strands involving Iain Sinclair, Andrew Kötting and Alan Moore – all of whom are discussed. More information will follow, and most likely a short extract in due course. In terms of format, the new publication will be much the same as all the others – see the catalogue page – and distribution will be in the same way too. As with the Alan Moore edition, a ‘waiting list’ scenario is on offer (please just send an email to enquire). — Neil.