Saturday 19 October, 12–6pm
University Of Westminster, 309 Regent Street, London W1B 2HW
Dostoyevsky Wannabe and the Contemporary Small Press project host an indie book fair at University of Westminster on 19 October 2019.
Following on from a trio of successful book fairs arranged in Manchester, October brings Dostoyevsky Wannabe’s brand of Indie Book Fair to London in association with The Contemporary Small Press project based at the University of Westminster. The fair will feature a range of indie presses. The full list of presses selling books and magazines at the fair are as follows: Ma Bibliothèque, Prototype Publishing, The 87 Press (sharing with Pamenar Press), Fitzcarraldo Editions, Ink, Swear and Tears, Influx, Open Pen, And Other Stories, Bookworks, Dostoyevsky Wannabe, Les Fugitives, Boiler House Press, Partisan Hotel, Green Bottle Press, Death of Workers Whilst Building Skyscrapers, Silver Press, Source Magazine, Gallic Books, Arachne Press, Nightjar, Tilted Axis and Information as Material.
Book browsing music this time comes from Dostoyevsky Wannabe’s Invisible DJs who will be playing invisible music. There’ll be a bar for a drink and it all runs from 12-6pm on a Saturday afternoon.
The book fair is free admission but if you plan to come along then please signal your interest on the Facebook event and for various reasons too boring to go into (i.e. there’s a security barrier to negotiate), it would also be very helpful to us if you would sign up to the Eventbrite event.