Remembering radical bookselling in the 1980s

Regular guest contributor to the Letterpress Project, Alun Severn worked in radical bookselling in the mid-80s and has written a reminiscence of this time

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A book that invites you to participate in the story making

Aaron Becker’s new wordless book, The Last Zookeeper, imagines a future in which the Earth has been flooded and where a large, yellow robot with the name NOA painted on its arms, is living an existence of some kind in this drowned world.

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The great conundrum of identity and attraction

Looking for Lucie by Amanda Addison as well as being a great story that tracks an intense relationship, it is also about exploring identity.

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Poison Pen in Cotton Abbas

The Long Divorce by Edmund Crispin was intended as the last appearance of the academic-cum-detective, Gervese Fen. 

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Dinosaur wars reach a conclusion

The Deadlands: Survival by Skye Melki-Wegner is the final instalment in what has become a hugely popular and exciting series of novels for the young adult market.

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