Tag Archives: Rebsie Fairholm

4th Anniversary Special: New Expanded Edition of Rebecca Wilby’s This Wretched Splendour

To celebrate our 4th anniversary at Skylight Press, and in honour of the First World War Centenary,  we have reissued our very first book, This Wretched Splendour, in an all-new expanded edition. This new edition includes a one-act play, Wild With … Continue reading

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The Lost Art of Potato Breeding by Rebsie Fairholm

Ever wondered why supermarket potatoes are so bland and boring? In the Andes, where potatoes originate, there are thousands of varieties with bright colours, beautiful markings, unusual shapes and variations of flavour and cooking quality. In the modern world, industrialised … Continue reading

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Happy New Year! Need a Calendar?

Happy New Year from all at Skylight Press.  We look forward to bringing you many more exciting books during 2014. If anyone needs a calendar for the new year  – feel free to order our new Skylight Press 2014 Calendar … Continue reading

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Limpley Stoke: A Dion Fortune Connection

During July, Daniel and I were lucky enough to have a guided tour of the Limpley Stoke valley with the wonderful Alan Richardson, author of Dion Fortune’s biography Priestess. A magical area in its own right, and full of faery … Continue reading

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“Now We are Three” by Gareth Knight

Now we are three. That is to say – three years old. And we are Skylight Press. A brain child of my daughter Rebecca (AKA  Rebsie) along with kindred spirit Daniel Staniforth, based in the USA,  and we recently got together … Continue reading

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Dead Can Dance and the Neoclassical Darkwave Legacy

Thank heavens they’re back! After a 16 year hiatus Dead Can Dance reformed to put out a new album called Anastasis, which although does not quite reach the heights of Spleen and Ideal, The Serpent’s Egg, or Aion, is still … Continue reading

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MAGICAL SITES OF THE COTSWOLDS – A Calendar by Rebsie Fairholm

Need the perfect Christmas present for your friends and family?  Here is a beautiful 2013 calendar presenting the wonderful photographs of Skylight Press book designer and author, Rebsie Fairholm, featuring favourite magical sites from around her beloved Cotswolds. Rebsie is the … Continue reading

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