2021 Submissions

St James Park Press

St James Park Press. James Freemantle, 19 Vandon Court, 64 Petty France, Westminster, London SW1H 9HE, United Kingdom. Tel: +44 (0)7792418373. Website: www.stjamesparkpress.com

James Freemantle. King Arthur: Excalibur. 2020. 25 pp. 254 × 165 mm. Dante with four wood-engravings by Jane Randfield. Printed on an Albion Press. 100 copies: 65 on Zerkall papers, in paper-covered boards, paper dust-jacket, price £225; 35 on Maureen Richardson/Paper Foundation hand-made papers, in paper-covered boards, with a portolio of proof impressions of the wood-engravings on Kozo Japanese paper, together in a solander box, price £385.


Leslie Gerry Editions

Leslie Gerry Editions. Leslie Gerry, The Eight Gabled House, Dowdeswell, Gloucestershire GL54 4LX, United Kingdom. Tel: +44 (0)1242 820653. Website: lesliegerryeditions.com

Edith Wharton. Marrakesh. 2020. 96 pp. 480 × 320 mm. Bembo with 30 colour paintings by Leslie Gerry. Printed on an Epson digital printer. 90 copies: 80 on Bockingford and Zerkall mould-made papers, in quarter leather with printed cloth-covered boards, in a slip case, price £1450; ten on Moulin du Gue and Zerkall papers, in full inlaid leather, with a set of progressive prints and a miniature volume, together in a solander box, price £4720. A collection of paintings made on a visit to Marrakesh in 2019, accompanied by an extract from Wharton’s In Morocco (1920).


Jeremy Greenwood

Jeremy Greenwood. 1 Warren Hill Road, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP12 4DT, United Kingdom. Tel: +44 (0)1394 380044.

Jeremy Greenwood. John Nash: Newly Discovered Engravings and Drawings. 2020. 32 pp. 320 × 245 mm. Sabon on Lambeth Cartridge with 17 wood-engravings, ten drawings and two etchings by John Nash. Printed lithographically by J. W. Northend. 200 copies in full cloth, cover-label, price £43. A supplement to The wood-engravings of John Nash (Wood Lea Press, 1987).


Parvenu Press

Parvenu Press. Carolyn Trant, 17 St Anne’s Crescent, Lews, East Sussex BN7 1SB, England. Tel: +44 (0)7906 868361. Website: carolyntrantparvenu.blogspot.com

Carolyn Trant. The Daily Print and Horrorscope. 2019. 14 pp. 200 × 140 mm. With six woodcuts by the author. Printed on a Rollaco etching press. 12 copies in quarter ‘Gorilla tape’ with corrugated cardboard-covered boards, price £85. Printed entirely from woodcuts. The first in the Press’s series ‘cartonera’ books on political and social themes.

Carolyn Trant. Map of Lost Cuckoos. 2019. 24 pp. 300 × 160 mm. With 12 hand-coloured woodcuts by the author. Printed on a Rollaco etching press. 32 copies: 20 printed over newspaper articles reflecting climate change, in quarter cloth with corrugated cardboard-covered boards, cover-label, price £85; 12 on Somerset paper, concertina-folded in a larger format (300 × 185 mm), in full cloth, cover-label, price £175. Printed entirely from woodcuts. In the Press’s series of books on climate change, highlighting a British bird threatened with extinction.


Corvus Works

Corvus Works. Christopher Wakeling, 9 Ravenside Terrace, Blackhill, Consett, Durham DH8 0LB, England. Tel: +44 (0)7824 397664. Website: www.corvusworks.co.uk

C. M. Leumane. The Lambton Worm. Introductory essay by Dr Helen Williams. 2019. 16 pp. 275 × 190 mm. Sabon and Optima on Zerkall and Hahnemühle with drawings by Sara Ogilvie printed from line-blocks. Printed on a Victoria Art Platen press. 80 copies (58 for sale) in quarter cloth with paper-covered boards, cover-label, price £35. An annotated edition of the famous Geordie ballad, first performed in pantomime in 1867.

Thomas James Cobden-Sanderson. Shakespearian Punctuation. Foreword by Christopher Wakeling. 2020. 16 pp. 165 × 250 mm. Palatino on Arches and Hahnemühle. Printed on a Korrex Hannover proof press. 70 copies sewn into dark green paper wrappers, cover-label, £22. Originally written as a letter to the editor of The Times in 1912, accompanied by the text from the Doves Press announcement of forthcoming editions of Shakespeare.


Deep Wood Press

Deep Wood Press. Chad Pastotnik, P.O. Box 726, Mancelona, Michigan 49659, U.S.A. Tel: +1 231 587 0506. Website: www.deepwoodpress.com

Franz Kafka. In the Penal Colony. Translated by Breon Mitchell. 2018. 37 pp. 327 × 250 mm. Janson with six etchings by Dellas Henke. Printed on a Vandercook 219OS proof press. 39 copies: 30 on Somerset paper, in quarter black morocco with Fabriano paper-covered boards, in a slip case, price £1300; six on Somerset and Barcham Green papers, in full decorated leather, in a clamshell box, price £1700; three on Barcham Green hand-made paper, in full leather, price £1700 (out of print). A new translation commissioned for this edition.