Category Archives: Publishing

Roger Willems, Roma Publications

Roger Willems is a graphic designer and the man behind Roma Books who are known for their elegant and well produced art books, including photobooks. Dana Lixenberg's Imperial Courts, which recently won the Deutsche Börse Prize, was a Roma publication, as … Continue reading

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Adeline Mannarini, Anagram Books

If you self-publish a photobook how will you find someone to buy it and read it? Of course this happens via the internet but people like to feel a physical book in their hands and discover their books in actual … Continue reading

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Justine Ellis, Perimeter Books

Justine Ellis laughs easily. She is the co-founder of Perimeter Books in Melbourne with her husband Dan Rule. It is clear from their website that their shop must be a hub for photographers and anyone interested in photobooks in Australia. … Continue reading

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Ivan Vartanian, Goliga

Ivan Vartanian knows all about Japanese photography. He had a table at Offprint for his imprint Goliga, so we took a few minutes to talk about his experience of working in Japan and the difference between photographic publishing there and … Continue reading

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Bemojake

The last of my interviews from the Photomonth book fair in which I speak to Maxwell Anderson. He explains the origin of the name Bemojake. He recounts his apprenticeship with publisher Chris Boot and gives utterance to his dream to … Continue reading

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A and E Books

The collective A and E books are a loose association of six or more photographers. I spoke to them about why they formed a group and what they plan to do in future. As you can see from the publications … Continue reading

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Paper Tigers Books

Another week, another book fair. This time as part of Photomonth we were at a small publisher's fair at The Printspace. Once again everyone was very friendly (plentiful tea and biscuits) and I met a number of small publishers I'd … Continue reading

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Brown Owl Press

Al Palmer started Brown Owl Press in 2013. We were at neighbouring tables at the Brighton Photo Fringe Book Fair so we had a chat about the type of books he wants to publish and the experience of working with … Continue reading

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Rick Pushinsky

Also at the Brighton Fringe Book Fair was Rick Pushinsky selling his recent book, a personal project that had been published by Sternthal Books. I asked him about the choice between self publishing and working with a publisher.  

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The Archivist

Source was at The Brighton Photo Fringe Book Fair at the weekend. As ever there were an array of small publishers so I took the chance to speak to a few of them. First up was Michael Harrison of The … Continue reading

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