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Forthcoming from SAP

Some forthcoming titles from Strange Attractor Press.
More details to follow in due course.

MAY:

The Natural Death Handbook / The Natural Death Centre
–  The Influencing Machine / Mike Jay
Andromeon postcard set / Alexander Tucker
Liberty Realm (edition) / Catharyne Ward

 

 

 JUNE:

 

Austin Osman Spare: The Life and Legend of London’s Lost Artist (paperback) / Phil Baker

 

 

 

 

 


AUTUMN & WINTER:

 

England’s Hidden Reverse (new edition) / David Keenan
Epiphanies: Life Changing Encounters with Music / ed. Tony Herrington
Invisible Ink: How 100 Great Authors Disappeared / Christopher Fowler
Trip or Squeek’s Big Amplifier / Savage Pencil
Vulcanic Tryst / Brian Catling, Iain Sinclair and Anonymous Bosch

 

 

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2 Responses to Forthcoming from SAP

  1. gary smith says:

    EHR…Would love another copy, my original was damaged by damp after a flood upstairs!

    Could you please mail me details such as price, release, postage etc.

    Thanks. have a great day!

    Gary x

  2. MÁRCIO SALERNO says:

    Gentlemen (and ladies, of course!) I am very interested in some books belonging to your catalogue. I’m a journalist, artist and writer from Brazil (Petrópolis, state of Rio de Janeiro)and, frequently, I write pieces about subjects such as Psychogeography, taking into consideration the specifications of my own home town, since I’m the editor of a newspaper that has the name of it (Jornal de Petrópolis). Thus, the work of the likes of Iain Sinclair are of much interest to me.
    Howevwe, we’re separated by a huge amount of salt water, so I ask you, how could I receive some of your informations about new books, and how could I get them? Or have access to some papers you might publish once in awhile, stuff like that? Or just be pen-pals through the net, would that be possible? Of course I write in Portuguese on the newspapers I work, but that doesn’t prevent me from applying John Lennon’s statemente: “Think glkobally and act locally”. That’s it then, folks (and gals!). Thanks for your time. All the best!

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