Monthly Archives: July 2011

Rising Literary Stars

(We have a Facebook page now – do come and “like” us and say hi) (The tireless and inimitable Euan from Blackwell’s has written the event up here) So who’da thunk it. eight cuts gallery infiltrating the heart of the … Continue reading

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Is it because we is not got ISBNs?

Why do eight cuts gallery press books not have ISBNs? It’s an odd, and simple, question, and one it’s one of those things that I sometimes find myself walking down the street and asking, “yes, why DON’T we use ISBNs?” … Continue reading

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Not the Booker Prize

(We have a Facebook page now – do come and “like” us and say hi) PLEASE GET READY TO VOTE FOR OUR AMAZING BOOKS OK, guys, you did a simply amazing job showing your love for Penny Goring’s The Zoom … Continue reading

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Nightmaring Spires

(We have a Facebook page now – do come and “like” us and say hi)We are delighted to announce a fantastic event on August 10th, at our spiritual home, the Albion Beatnik Bookstore on Walton Street, Oxford (opposite the Big … Continue reading

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World Book Capital

(We have a Facebook page now – do come and “like” us and say hi) You may have noticed the above picture appearing recently in our sidebar. So I thought I’d devote some time to explaining what it is. It’s … Continue reading

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Strangers and Pilgrims

(We have a Facebook page now – do come and “like” us and say hi) A short while ago, we interviewed Viv Tuffnell, the wonderful person behind the website Zen and the Art of Tightrope Walking. She is also the … Continue reading

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20% sale!

(We have a Facebook page now – do come and “like” us and say hi) OK, so Lulu, where our books are printed, are having a 20% sale, which means that our three fabulous books (see here for details) are, … Continue reading

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