Notting Hill Editions

Notting Hill Editions is a new publisher that has its focus squarely on the art of the essay.

From French critic Barthes’s diary of bereavement, Mourning Diary, to Cataract, Berger’s reflections on his loss of vision illustrated by Turkish artist Selçuk Demirel, Notting Hill Editions books are “intended to embody the essayistic virtues of brevity, soul and wit,” according to the publisher’s editorial director the literary critic and author Lucasta Miller.

Launch titles include works by Roland Barthes, Georges Perec, and Lavinia Greenlaw.

[via The Guardian]

It is supposed to have a website here but it had yet to launch the last I checked.



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