Launch — A Circular

X Marks the Bök­ship invites you to the launch of a A Cir­cu­lar tomor­row July 21st 2011 in Lon­don…

Issue 1 fea­tures Stefan Themer­son on why Decency of Means is the Aim of aims; Fay Nicolson’s ped­agogy of cir­cu­la­tion, ‘Neither Odd or Even’; Robin Fior on the graph­ic lan­guage of the Brit­ish 60s/​70s under­ground press, Math­ew Whit­ting­ton on the Marx Broth­ers, ‘Cas­ab­lanca’ and lan­guage as private prop­erty; Nath­an­ael West’s short story ‘The Impost­or’; Open Source Publishing’s let­ter to Mono­type regard­ing intel­lec­tu­al prop­erty rights in typeface design; anoth­er instal­ment of Will Holder’s ‘Middle of Nowhere’; Maël Fournier-Comte’s notes for a let­ter to Jean-Luc Godard’s ‘Une femme est un femme’, and Xavi­er Antin throw­ing a rub­ber band in the air.”
 — Bök­ship

A Cir­cu­lar is edited by Afonso Mar­tins and Pedro Cid Proença.

Between 7.30 and 8.30 pm:

  1. Price of Sale will be ran­domly gen­er­ated.
  2. Min­im­um price is £3.50
  3. Max­im­um price is £10.50

Fay Nicolson will read an extract of ‘Real Estate’, by Dav­id Antin.

X Marks the Bök­ship
210/​Unit 3 Cam­bridge Heath Road
Lon­don E2 9N

July 21st 2011 from 6.30 to 9 pm