Monthly Archives: October 2011

Faversham’s Dream by Anthony Duncan

In Faversham’s Dream, notable theologian Anthony Duncan spins spools of modern spirituality into an enticing historical yarn.  It is often said that history is written by the victors, the powerful and elite, and usually presented from the top down with … Continue reading


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Review of Gareth Knight’s autobiography – I called it Magic

I Called it Magic, the new autobiography by Gareth Knight, was recently reviewed on the Magic of the Ordinary Blog by Peregrin Wildoak.  Here is a couple of short snippets – for the full review see – “As one … Continue reading

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Review of “Diary As Sin” on Rain Taxi

Patrick James Dunagan has reviewed Will Alexander’s novel, Diary As Sin, for the Fall 2011 edition of Rain Taxi.  Here’s a sample: “Not surprisingly, Will Alexander’s new novel is a decidedly poetic endeavor. This burst of seer-monologue is presented as … Continue reading

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Anthony Duncan on Skylight Press

Anthony Duncan (1930-2003), the son of a Scots father and an English mother, was schooled for accountancy but soon discovered a dislike for office work. He joined the army and served in Germany and the Far East until resigning his … Continue reading

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Gareth Knight ‘Limited Edition’ hardback copies are going fast!

We’ve had a fantastic response to the ‘Limited Edition’ hardback release of Gareth Knight’s autobiography, I called it Magic.  The signed copies are going fast so be sure to order soon if you would like one.  Simply order at our … Continue reading

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Learning to Draw/ A History by Basil King

Skylight Press is proud to present the first complete version of Learning to Draw/ A History, which has been previously serialised in various small presses and online zines to some acclaim. The book is the life’s work of painter and … Continue reading

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