Saturday, November 20, 2010

Recent Publications

The Illustrated Gormenghast
Published in hardback by Vintage in the UK, on 7th July 2011

Titus Awakes, by Maeve Gilmore
Published by Vintage in the UK, on 7th July 2011

Titus Awakes, by Maeve Gilmore
Published by Overlook Press in the US, on 9th June 2011
Mr Pye
Vintage will publish an updated edition of Mr Pye in which in a very cleverly-designed book cover will have the eponymous character pointing the way for the benefit of his island converts. Publication in July 2011.

A Book of Nonsense
A new expanded edition published by Peter Owen Publishers

Mervyn Peake: Complete Nonsense
A comprehensive new collection of Peake's nonsense poetry
Published by Carcanet Press

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass
Illustrated by Mervyn Peake

A new cover for the Bloomsbury edition

Under a Canvas Sky by Clare Peake
Published by Constable and Robinson in May 2011
Peake's Progress, new edition
Published by the British Library, Summer 2011
Peake's Progress, audio CD
Selected Short Stories and Poems read by Sebastian Peake and Fabian Peake
Les Livres du Dimanche (The Sunday Books)
Text by Michael Moorcock (in French), published by de Noel, November 2010. Now to be published in English in July 2011 by Overlook in the US, and Duckworth in the UK.


Anonymous Jack Rems said...

Today I ordered copies for my store of TITUS AWAKES from Overlook Press [US $24.95, 28 April 2011, 224 pp].
It appears the only UK edition will be a paperback from Random House/Vintage [7 July 2011]. I would think this would be a bigger deal, especially in the UK. Can someone clue me in? --Jack Rems, Dark Carnival Bookstore, Berkeley, CA, USA

12:26 am  
Blogger Vivvy62 said...

I quote from this weekends Guardian Newspaper which explains that the publisher Vintage has decided to publish an even more elaborately illiustrated version of Mervyn Peake's Titus sequence as 'the illustrated Gormanghast 'This is available this week by Vintage .Hope this helps.

4:27 pm  
Blogger Pat said...

Please will someone publish "Just a Line" a magic way to introduce children to drawing.

7:51 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd like to ask you a question about whether the Peakes knew Keith Emerson, who also lived on Drayton Gardens at the same time - Can you offer any insight ?
Where can I email you about this ?

3:15 pm  

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