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New Veer Books titles now available

                                                                      

 

Veer Books have been very busy of late, publishing and launching various titles in various places - it has all been a bit of an exciting blur for us - so, to recap, these are the 2011 Veer titles now available (click on the cover pictures below, or on the title listing, for more details on each book):                           

[note that Veer Books will be manning a stall at the upcoming Small Publishers Fair 2011, (November 11th & 12th 2011) at the Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London WC1 (11am to 7pm) - all the new titles (plus most of the older ones) will be available there - do come along and see us, as well as the other presses there]

 

                                                       

 

                                                                       

 

                                                                  

 

                                                       

 

                                                                    

                        

                              

033⅓ rpm  MJ Weller – ‘Beat generation Ballads’

034  Gilbert Adair – ‘Sable Smoke’

035  Maggie O'Sullivan – ‘murmur’

036  Demosthenes Agrafiotis – ‘+-graphies’

038  Aodán McCardle – ‘IS ing’

039  Maurice Scully – ‘A Tour of the Lattice’

040  Steven J Fowler – ‘fights’

041  David Miller – ‘Black, Grey and White - a book of visual sonnets’

042  Bruce Andrews – ‘You can’t have everything . . . Where would you put it!’

043  Robert Fitterman – ‘HOLOCAUST MUSEUM’

044  Simon Smith – ‘Gravesend’

045  Scott Thurston – ‘Reverses Heart's Reassembly’

046  Alan Halsey – ‘Even if only out of’

047  Tom White – ‘My Camp’

Burner 009  Johan de Wit – ‘Lord How And His Sandwich’

Burner 010  Rebecca Cremin – ‘LAY’D’

Critical Veer 000  Esther Leslie – ‘Bouleversed Baudelairizing’

 

See the Veer Books site for more details, and more Veer Books.