Event — Small Publishers Fair

From Novem­ber 12th to 13th the inter­na­tion­al Small Pub­lish­ers Fair organ­ised by the RGAP (Research Group for Artists Pub­lic­a­tions) cel­eb­rat­ing books by con­tem­por­ary artists, poets, writers, com­posers, book design­ers, and their pub­lish­ers; togeth­er with a pro­gramme of read­ings and talks. With more than 50 pub­lish­ers tak­ing part there will be thou­sands of books and oth­er edi­tions to browse and buy…

Some par­ti­cip­at­ing pub­lish­ers in 2010: Alex Czinczel, Altazi­muth Press + Tom Paine Print­ing Press, Ambeck + Ensix­teen Edi­tions, Anne Rook – M.M. Visu­al Cater­ing, Antic-Ham, Art­poem + Thorny Dev­il Press, Atlantic Press, Batool Showghi, Boekie Woekie, book­Room, Bright­en the Corners + Tom Gauld, Cath­er­ine Liégeois, Centre des Livres d’Ar­tistes, Colin Sack­ett, Cor­acle, Essence Press, Estepa Edi­tions, Fac­tion, Fold, Edi­tions Héros-Lim­ite + Haute école d’art et de design — Genève, Hol­land Park Press, Impact Press, In House Pub­lish­ing, Jac­queline Thomas Books, Jean-Claude Loubi­eres, John Dilnot, Klara Smith, Labor­atoire de la Voie Lactée / Luis Darochas, Liv­er & Lights, Mal­colm Green / Red Sphinx, Mark Pawson, Mer­maid Tur­bu­lence, Moscha­tel Press, New Arca­di­ans, Peter Foolen, Perro Ver­lag, Poet­ic Prac­tice MA at Roy­al Hol­lo­way Uni­ver­sity, Poetry Lib­rary at the South­bank Centre, Real­ity Street Edi­tions, Red­Fox­Press, RGAP, Ruth Mar­tin, Sara Ran­c­h­ouse Pub­lish­ing, seekers of lice, Shears­man Books, The Obser­vat­ory (Uni­ver­sity of Derby), Tim­mer Art Books, Tony Hay­ward, Tufnell Art Press, Veer Books, Wepro­duc­tions, West House Books, Wil­li­am Allen, Word of Mouth Pub­lic­a­tions, Yves Chaudouët + École Européenne Supérieure de l’Im­age, Angouleme

Small Pub­lish­ers Fair
Con­way Hall, Red Lion Square
Lon­don WC1R 4RL

Fri­day 12th and Sat­urday 13th Novem­ber 2010
Open 11am to 7pm

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