We are very pleased to announce the publication of Vic Templar's 'Vic Templar Does His Chunkers'. In which Vic plays a round of golf with Tibetan monks…is puzzled by the phrase ‘Women’s Frog Race’…completely forgets the name of his best friend…salutes the penguin who is commander of the Norwegian Army…discusses the perfect cuppa with George Orwell…has a play broadcast by the BBC…allows a sock monkey called Ralph to write his own chapter…
8th February 2009
Many thanks to those collectors out there who have been snapping up some of our early editions. A few of our early publications are now out of print. Rest assured we will not reprint books solely to meet demand. An edition is an edition, this is important to us. Any second editions (there are no plans yet) would have to be markedly different from the originals. Just thought we’d let you know.
9th January 2009
Stuff like the football hoolganism and the drugs was just part of what was going on, both in the Lescar and in my life. Not that I was ever a 'hooligan' myself, I was a bit of a 'casual' and got into the clothes and the lifestyle a bit, but scrapping at the match was never really my thing. You'll have to look elsewhere for a definition of the term 'casual', but there's enough places to look. The project isn't finished yet. More Lescar stories will appear over the next few years. I want to explore some of the female charcaters a little more. Maybe I'll do 'Lescar Women' or summat.
Available to pre-order from the shop.
Load The Literary Guns!
7th August 2008
We have great pleasure in announcing the publication of 'Some Things Are better Left Unsaid' by Adelle Stripe.
17th July 2008
Due for publication very soon is 'Some Things Are Better Left Unsaid - Love & Loss in London' by writer and editor Adelle Stripe. Adelle is a 'Brutalist' and edits 'Straight From The Fridge' featuring the finest in new underground writing on the internet. It is now available to pre-order from the shop.
16th June 2008
We are pleased to announce the publication of 'This is it...' by Geraint Hughes. It is available from the website shop and continues from where his last publication finished off. Is this it?
We are now taking orders for 'Spam (Email inspired poetry)' by Ben Myers. It's a great book. Here's a film detailing it's creation.
15th March 2008
We are pleased to announce that the next publication will be a work by 'Brutalist' Ben Myers. Check out the brutalists here and here. Apparently I am one too. In the meantime maybe buy the collection Brutalism One - Nowhere Fast you won't be disappointed.
22nd February 2008
We are pleased to announce the publication of Let's Get Visible by Miles J. Bell. Miles has described it as detailing a "preposterous" year in his life. Read more about Miles and Let's Get Visible here at the Guild of Outsider Writers where he is currently Outsider of the Month.
Available in a signed and numbered edition of 100 copies, 1st 20 in the alternate blue cover.
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14th December 2007
New Subscription options on offer in the 'blackheath books' shop.
Get the next six publications (a whole years worth) for a bargain price of £20.
Also discounts on multiple purchases are available. Build your collection of the best in underground British literature whilst the prices are still reasonable.
12th December 2007
New shop added to the site, includes integrated PayPal buttons for your spending pleasure. How can you resist!
15th November 2007
New Release. Wood Smoke by Greg Buddery out now.
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24th October 2007
Reviews of Notown by Garrie Fletcher here
20th October 2007
Some excerpts from reviews of The Mass Driver by Benjamin Donnelly here
22nd September 2007.
New Release. Notown by Garrie Fletcher. Out Now.
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22nd August 2007.
A review of Pissing in the Mire by Geraint Hughes here
20th August 2007.
Hey, why not check out our new myspace page
18th August 2007.
New Release. The Mass Driver by Benjamin Donnelly. Out Now.
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