And so, despite our hopes and expectations, the UK is to leave the EU. Brexit is on its way - though what that will actually mean is still something of a mystery. In the short term, however, if you're based in Europe, or in the United States and many other countries, then suddenly our books are up to 10% less expensive for you than they were a month ago. It has to be a great time to buy.
NEW RELEASES for July include Catherine Balet's take on 176 years of photo history in Looking For The Masters In Ricardo's Golden Shoes; Ferit Kuyas's wonderful A Quintology of Diaries; The Oxford Pictures by Paddy Summerfield; Once A Year by Homer Sykes (a totally revised edition of the 1977 classic); The Traveller by Harvey Benge and The House of The Seven Women by Tito Mouraz.
Coming soon we have Volte-Face by Oliver Curtis; a revised, larger format edition of the classic book The Teds by Chris Steele-Perkins. And later in the year there are revised editions of Martin Parr's Small World and Giacomo Brunelli's The Animals.
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All future titles can be pre-ordered. Many books sell out incredibly quickly and so it's well worth making sure you reserve a copy. If you decide later to cancel your pre-order then it's not a problem for us to arrange.
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