Events for the Future
Thursday 4th February – ‘Espying Heaven: The Stained Glass of Charles Eamer Kempe and his Artists’ Book Launch at Little St Mary’s Church in Cambridge – Adrian Barlow’s second book on Charles Eamer Kempe is set to be published at the end of this month on the 31st January 2019. There will be an official book launch on the 4th February, there will be a reception with wine and canapés; along with the opportunity to purchase copies of the book. For more information on ‘Espying Heaven’ see here and for more information on Barlow’s first Kempe book, see here.
Thursday 7th February – ‘Kempe’ Book Discussion at ‘Friends of Prestbury Church’ – Author Adrian Barlow will be discussing his latest publication ‘Kempe: The Life, Art and Legacy of Charles Eamer Kempe’. For more information on the book, please follow the link here.
Sunday 17th March – ‘Neither Here nor There’ Book Discussion at the General Store, Rocheport, Missouri, US – An international event based in Missouri in the United States. Editor of the book ‘Neither Here nor There’ Timothy Carson will be hosting an event where there will be food, drinks, live music and some readings from the book. Copies of the title will be available for purchase as well. See here for information on the book as well as here for information on Tim Carson’s previous book with us.
Please click the links below for more information and extracts on our newly published titles:
Latest Titles and Forthcoming Titles
Espying Heaven: The Stained Glass of Charles Eamer Kempe – Publication Date: 31/01/19
By Adrian Barlow
A lavishly-illustrated exploration of the work of the Victorian church artist Charles Eamer Kempe and the team of artists he led and inspired.
Neither Here nor There: The Many Voices of Liminality – Publication Date: 28/02/19
By Timothy Carson
An interdisciplinary anthology of essays exploring the concept of liminality and its fruitful application across a wide range of contemporary subjects.
Seeing Animals: Their Path Through Our History – Publication Date: 25/04/19
By Angela Dyer
Seeing Animals traces the significance of animals to humankind from prehistory to the present day, as objects of worship, means of survival and valued companions.
Don’t forget, we always have a great selection of titles on special offer: