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Kylie

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>  Kylie is Risograph GR2750 that has been lent to the Bökship by Alfonso and Pedro from A Circular Journal.  At the moment we only have black ink for her but hopefully she will be put to good use soon for some publishing projects.

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Written by bökship

September 16, 2011 at 7:44 pm

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Willoughby

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>Willoughby is a photocopier that has been lent to the Bökship by Lucy Woodhouse. He is named after the late great Willoughby Sharp and is being used to print the XALPHABET. He is a bit slow and only prints manual feed at the moment as he hadn’t been used for over 20 years after being rescued from a basement flat in Brighton.

Written by bökship

September 16, 2011 at 7:38 pm

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New In!

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The Dead Sea by Stefan Marx, Published by Nieves, 2011, £14
Sun Feels Honest Today by Terence Koh, Published by Nieves, 2011, £14
Online Shop http://bokship.org/shop.html
http://www.nieves.ch/store/store.html

Written by bökship

September 16, 2011 at 7:30 pm

Posted in Shop

London Bookshop Map launches Saturday 24 September at Whitechapel bookfair

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The London Bookshop Map launch
Saturday 24 September, 5pm at Whitechapel Gallery

The London Bookshop Map supports and promotes independent bookshops –
establishing a network to promote these crucial platforms for alternative publishing.
Issued every six months, each map includes a newly commissioned text work by an artist. The first edition featuring new writing by David Batchelor will be
launched at the fair and then available in bookshops and galleries across the city.
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Admission to the London Art Book Fair is free as are copies of the map.
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Publish And Be Damned Soap Box
London Art Book Fair
Whitechapel Gallery
77-82 Whitechapel High Street
London E1 7QX
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The London Bookshop Map is a not-for-profit publishing project.
For further information email info@thelondonbookshopmap.org
or visit www.thelondonbookshopmap.org


Written by bökship

September 16, 2011 at 4:02 pm