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Books and Vines Relaunch - New Article Published

Folio Society devotees

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May 20, 12:17pm Top

For its relaunch, Books and Vines takes a look at what has been recently released or is soon to be released, covering over 20 private/fine presses.


May 22, 11:20pm Top

It's great you are re-launching this site! Looking forward to your informative and enlightening reviews.

May 23, 12:38am Top


May 23, 2:19pm Top

Very glad to have you back!

May 23, 6:13pm Top


May 24, 12:19am Top

Excellent! Thanks for a fantastic job done.

Jun 1, 9:37am Top

Looking forward to it

Jun 7, 12:17pm Top

Thank you all - I am very happy that you all are interested! Am working on a look at The FS excellent war poets LE's, probably will hit around August.

A review of The Travels of Sir John Mandeville Beyond the Holy Land, Foolscap Press (2019) is up on Books and Vines. Also, The Voiage and Travail of Sir John Mandeville, Grabhorn Press (1928).


Jun 24, 4:43am Top

>1 busywine:
Congratulations on the relaunch. I regularly followed your articles, which were extremely informative.

Jun 27, 9:31am Top

Thank you LesMiserables!

A review of The Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde, Arion Press (2018) is up on Books and Vines.


Jun 27, 8:48pm Top

>10 busywine: Another great review. Added to my wish list. I'd probably buy it at the member's price but not a chance at list.

Jul 17, 2:40pm Top

A review of The Descent of Ishtar, by Diana White, Eragny Press (1903) is up on Books and Vines.


Jul 21, 3:21pm Top

Thank you for a very engaging and interesting article

Jul 22, 6:08pm Top

While working on a coming in August article on FS excellent war poets LE's -- added some News on Thornwillows latest on Books and Vines News.


As mentioned on another thread, there is a pretty cool mystery contest going on that -without need to purchase anything -- allows one a chance at a pretty special, one of a kind, full leather edition of Death on the Nile that would cost in the thousands. See the above news article for more information. Would be awesome for a LT and/or Books and Vines reader to win it!

Edited: Aug 3, 12:54pm Top

The Great War Poets - Rupert Brooke, Selected Poems; Edward Thomas, Selected Poems; and Wilfred Owen, Selected Poems, The Folio Society Limited Editions all, are reviewed at Books and Vines.


BTW, two of these are at a significantly reduced price right now at Folio's annual LE sale. At $210, or something like that, these are pretty great deals.

Aug 3, 4:54pm Top

>15 busywine: That’s a proper, thorough review. Thank you, Chris! This should be very helpful for devotees which are still deciding whether to purchase these Poets LE’s.

Aug 3, 4:59pm Top

>16 NLNils:, thanks! Had no idea they were going on sale until I saw such yesterday. Bought each when they came out and thought then that they really did a fine job with these. At the sale price, they are quite a deal being letterpress, autolithography, etc. Best yet, hate to admit, is I had not read much of either three poets before...thoroughly enjoyed doing so.

Edited: Aug 4, 2:49am Top

Excellent, in-depth reviews. I can't be sure, but compared to some of your other reviews, you seem to write more passionately about the content here, for these war poets. Presuming you are a big poetry fan. Anyway, thank you for doing this.

My only complaint is that I am now deeply tempted to buy one of them.

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