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      Happy Birthday Marguerite Duras and From Sleepwalking to Sleepwalking!

      Join us for the London launch of Bertie Marshall’s new book and the latest addition to The Fellow Travelers series this Thursday 7th April, 6.30-8.30pm at Tenderbooks

      04/04/16

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      It’s the final week of our pop up shop at @finishingtouchshop with @openbarbers! Come and help us bid farewell to our beloved barbershop: Open 12-6pm, Thurs 25th-Sun 28th! (at Finishing Touch)

      02/25/16

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      Come on down to our pop up at @finishingtouchshop for books,gift ideas and a good healthy dose of Elvis! Open today, Fri & Sat 12-6pm before we close for the holidays! ❄️ (at Finishing Touch)

      12/17/15

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      Getting copies ready for tonight’s London launch of Two Augusts In A Row In A Row by Shelley Marlow! Join us at London Centre for Book Arts at 6.30-9.00pm!

      10/29/15

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      Join us on 1st November for the launch of our new space in South London: Finishing Touch is a pop-up bookshop, gallery and project space in an old barbershop and will host a salon by Open Barbers. Event details here

      10/24/15

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      Our first book at PS London, Plastic Words, is now available to order online! You can also pick up a copy in person at London Centre for Book Arts or if you are UK / Euro based send your requests to pslondon@publicationstudio.biz!

      Plastic Words brings together new writing, excerpts and transcripts from the series of events of the same name held at Raven Row, London earlier this year that mined the contested space between contemporary literature and art. Organised by John Douglas Millar, David Musgrave, Luke Skrebowski, Natasha Soobramanien and Luke Williams. 

      Contributors include; Peter Adolphsen, Ami Clarke, David Cunningham, Arnaud Desjardin, Helen DeWitt, Brian Dillon, Chris Kraus, Janice Kerbel, Esther Leslie, Tom McCarthy, Louise O'Hare, Peter Osborne, Nick Thurston, McKenzie Wark and Eva Weinmayr.

      09/23/15

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      Join us for the London launch of Two Augusts In A Row In A Row by Shelley Marlow on 29th October at London Centre for Book Arts 6.30-9pm!

      To celebrate this recent and brilliant addition to The Fellow Travelers Series, a talk by Brooke Palmieri on censorship and subversive printing will accompany a group reading of Two Augusts In A Row In A Row by Marlow and special guests.

      Freshly made books and drinks will be served! Event details here. 

      09/22/15

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      Lots of goodies down at B-An Artists’ Book Fair today from @good_press @tenderbooks @bookworksuk #strangeattractorpress #eastsideprojects and many more! (at G39)

      08/29/15

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      publicationstudio:

      Thanks so much to everyone who joined us at PSLondon after hours at London Centre for Book Arts last night - Special thanks to Jason R Jimenez and Francesca Lisette for brilliant readings and good good vibes! 

       #fellowtravellers #thewolves #jasonrjimenez #francescalisette #LCBA

      07/08/15

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      Jason R Jimenez & Francesca Lisette at Publication Studio London 

      Tuesday July 7th at 7pm

      Publication Studio London is delighted to host a reading by Oakland based writer Jason R Jimenez, author of The Wolves, and London based poet Francesca Lisette. The Wolves is the story of two men’s obsession and possession of two women, separated by over 600 years of history, A tour de force of pleasure and pain that will make you blush down to your core - Dodie Bellamy.

      The Wolves is part of The Fellow Travelers series. Inspired by Olympia Press’s Traveller’s Companion series of the 1950’s and 1960’s, which published work that had been banned or censored, The Fellow Travelers Series publishes new work that has effectively been “censored” by the market.

      Join us for readings, drinks and freshly made copies of The Wolves after hours at London Centre for Book Arts!

      London Centre for Book Arts, Unit 18 Ground Floor, Britannia Works, Dace Road, London, E3 2NQ

      07/02/15