A Look at Shanty Bay Press

{Ed. Note: Thank you to Walter Bachinski and Janis Butler for their many replies with information and pictures. Also to Crispin Elsted for his many comments, and to Eyal Reingold and Elizabeth Bosman for their comments. Lastly, putting this article together shows me, yet again, how invaluable a resource ‘Parenthesis’ is, so please support FPBA and subscribe  to ‘Parenthesis’!} Shanty Bay Press is a private … Continue reading A Look at Shanty Bay Press

Birds, Beasts and Flowers by D.H Lawrence; Wood-engravings by Blair Hughes-Stanton, The Cresset Press (1930)

{Ed. Note: This article, the second in a week highlighting a book from The Cresset Press, is from Books and Vines contributor Neil.  Birds, Beasts and Flowers by D.H Lawrence with wood-engravings by Blair Hughes-Stanton, The Cresset Press 1930.} D.H. Lawrence was born in Nottinghamshire, England.  He was an essayist, novelist, poet and short-story writer.  Lawrence is best known for his novel Lady Chatterley’s Lover (1928). Although he is better … Continue reading Birds, Beasts and Flowers by D.H Lawrence; Wood-engravings by Blair Hughes-Stanton, The Cresset Press (1930)

A Look at Folio Works of the Yolla Bolly Press, Part 1: The Man Who Died, aka ‘The Escaped Cock’, by D.H. Lawrence

{Ed. Note:  As I consider Books and Vines contributor DlphcOracl a treasure trove of knowledge on fine press books, I asked him for “more, more” after his article on Allen Press.  Below is his response.  I have decided to break it into multiple parts. Part one introduces you to the Yolla Bolly Press and also highlights their publication of D.H. Lawrence’s The Man Who Died. Subsequent … Continue reading A Look at Folio Works of the Yolla Bolly Press, Part 1: The Man Who Died, aka ‘The Escaped Cock’, by D.H. Lawrence