lectolalia (a romance)

Bespoke production in progress at the Gordian Projects workshop

We are very proud to have been accepted to exhibit at the 2015 Small Publishers’ Fair at Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL on Friday 6th & Saturday 7th November. Small Publishers is an annual celebration of books by contemporary artists, writers, composers, book designers, and their publishers. The Fair is independent, self-funding and not-for-profit. This year over 60 participants will include: Ambeck Design (Denmark), AMBruno (London), Black and Blue (Manchester), Boekie Woekie (Amsterdam), Coracle (Ireland), Corbel Stone Press (Cumbria), Equus Press (Czech Republic), Gordian Projects (Sheffield), Grafikverkstan Godsmagasinet (Sweden), Impact Press (Bristol), Litteraria Pragensia (Czech Republic) Longbarrow Press (Sheffield), Mark Pawson / Disinfotainment (London), New Arcadian Press (Leeds), The Saison Poetry Library (London), Tom Paine Printing Press (East Sussex), Uniformbooks (Devon), Writing Maps (London), Yasushi Cho / Laughter (Tokyo)
For the complete list click here.

This year’s featured exhibition at the fair is: NANCY CAMPBELL: BOOKS AND PRINTED MATTER. Nancy Campbell is a British artist and writer whose work explores polar and marine environments. In 2010 she was Artist in Residence at the most northerly museum in the world, on the remote island of Upernavik in Greenland.

This year’s programme of talks and readings, running across both days of the fair is curated by writer and librarian Pascal O’Loughlin. We are delighted that Emma Bolland will be reading from a selection of our publications, including her own art-writing text LECTOLALIA, the PLACE AND MEMORY book, and our new editions which we are launching at the Fair, EAST WIND from Brian Lewis, (an excerpt of which is featured on this month’s Caught By The River), and the first of the long awaited MilkyWayYouWillHearMeCall pamphletsYou can see Emma reading from her texts and screening their related films at a recent performance at BALTIC in the window below.

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