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Invisible Books

Invisible Books was established as a publishing imprint in 1993. We dealt secondhand books of related interest as a sideline from the outset: this has long since become our main business. At various times, we have traded from premises in Greenwich, Crystal Palace and Brighton but now conduct almost all our business via the internet. If visiting Brighton, our stall (no. 54) in Snooper's Paradise, Kensington Gardens, located in the fashionable North Laine, has a range of interesting and moderately priced stock.

This is probably my favourite. It's a small but interesting selection and I always find something I want to read there. The Deckchair Guide to Brighton & Hove

Bridget's Index is published by Book Works.

New texts by her can be read online here and here at 3AM Magazine.

An interview with her can be read online here.

Paul's The Memory of the Drift is published by Shearsman.

He is represented in both Mandragora and Datura, published by Scarlet Imprint. The paperback reprint of the latter is now available, as are epub and mobi editions.

Various sequences by him can be found at Great Works.

Invisible Books are delighted to announce the launch of Twenty Visual Poems by Rea Nikonova at the Artists’ Book and Zine Fair, Spike Island, Bristol on 8th October 2011.

isbn 978-0-9532826-3-0

24pp stapled pamphlet

£4 postfree

Follow the links below for more Rea-sources.

POLYPHONIX 26 - Budapest, 2-6 October 1994 Sound Poetry evening by Rea Nikonova and Serge Segay.

A set of Rea Nikonova’s work, posted by Jim Leftwich, on Flickr.

Download a free pdf of Of Tonezharl’ published by Xexoxial Editions.

A collection of graphics from this Russian Zaum artist focusing on the possibilities of the purely visual in which fragments of language, musical scores, and abstracted ink drawings combine to form a visual language.

We are both greatly saddened by the death of Bill Griffiths (1948 - 2007). We count ourselves fortunate to have known him and to have published his work. Our 1993 interview with him can be read here.

Artwork by David Dellafiora from Rousseau and the Wicked.

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Our publications

  • Jane Wodening. From the Book of Legends. £4.95
  • Anthony Barnett. Carp and Rubato. £5.95
  • The Invisible Reader. £7.95
  • Bill Griffiths. Rousseau and the Wicked. £5.50
  • Catherine Walsh. Idir Eatortha and Making Tents. £5.50
  • Stewart Home and Florian Cramer. The House of Nine Squares. £5.50
  • Rob MacKenzie. Off Ardglas. £5.50
  • Loose Watch. £10.00
  • Veronica Forrest-Thomson. Selected Poems. £10.95
  • Paul Holman. The Memory of the Drift. o/p

Sorry, but publishing is very much on the back burner at present. Please don't send mss., as we really wouldn't be able to use them.

This site shows about one third of our total stock. If you have a wants list, or any other enquiry, please .

Invisible Books, Unit 8, 15-26 Lincoln Cottage Works, Lincoln Cottages, Brighton BN2 9UJ