Japan 1974-1984 by Anthony Reynolds

  The Japanese edition of Anthony Reynolds' beautifully researched, written and designed biography of the group Japan focusing on 1974-1984 has now gone to press! Our friends at Shinko in Tokyo will be receiving finished copies back from the printer soon, and they will be available to order by the end of May. We'll have [...]

In praise of poetry publishing

In June 1996 a bomb exploded at Manchester Corn Exchange's Arndale Centre, the shopping mall in which independent poetry publisher Carcanet Press had their office. The building was condemned for months and at the time business owners were only allowed to briefly drop by and pick up whatever they could carry with them. The hard [...]

De Nico aux clubs techno: La face cachée d’Ibiza, by Helen Donlon

Published today in France, by Camion Blanc (in paperback and ebook editions) Sur une île où ont vécu pirates, hors-la-loi et électrons libres détruisant ou établissant des procédures pour vivre et faire la fête depuis des siècles, rien n'a vraiment changé dans les coulisses, même si les organisateurs de soirées évoluent désormais dans une société [...]

Japan: A Foreign Place, by Anthony Reynolds

Seasons greetings! Here at the agency we have had a wonderful year, with books of our own coming out in different languages and formats, as well as setting up and overseeing more than a dozen gorgeous editions of our authors' works, and getting involved in some very exciting future film projects too. We've now pared [...]

The Monkees, Head, and the 60s, by Peter Mills

Here's the UK edition of Peter Mills' Monkees book, the first proper study of this extraordinary band/creation/phenomenon, and how their art and antics changed and reshaped TV and popular culture... “For a great band to be truly great, they must define an epoch, or at least an aspect of an era. The Monkees did it [...]

The Rolling Stones’ Rock ‘n’ Roll Circus- December 11, 1968: As seen through the lens of Michael Randolph

I'm delighted to announce that foreign rights are now available for this extraordinary forthcoming title... The legendary portrait photographer, Michael Randolph had known The Rolling Stones since the early 1960s and on 11 December 1968, following an invitation by the group’s founding member, Brian Jones, he was able to visit the set of their latest [...]