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Stone Tape Shuffle: Audio Reading LP by Iain Sinclair

Skylight Press is thrilled to announce that it will be reissuing the classic Iain Sinclair texts, Lud Heat and Suicide Bridge, as separate volumes – with the first coming out as early as May, 2012.  In anticipation of these wonderful … Continue reading

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The Fat Git by Alan Richardson

Those that are familiar with Alan Richardson’s first two novels, The Giftie and On Winsley Hill, will know that as well as having a rather delightful turn of phrase this author can also tell a rip-roaring story.  Richardson’s The Fat … Continue reading

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Both Sides of the Door by Margaret Lumley Brown

First published in 1918 and chronicling events some five years earlier, Margaret Lumley Brown’s Both Sides of the Door offers a marvellous peek into  England on the verge of the great war. This little psychological novel packs a punch with its battle of … Continue reading

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