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Eyewear Book is an International Bestseller

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Here is some wonderful year-end news. Our novel Bad Seed by Richard Lieberman hit the top of the Amazon best seller charts in the UK, Canada and Australia. It is the number 1 Legal Thriller in Canada and Australia, and number 6 in the UK. On the overall Amazon best seller charts (all books-combined print and ebook fiction and non fiction): 36 in Canada, 79 in Australia and 465 in the UK. And at number 18 on the Canada fiction category (combined print and ebooks), our book is right behind Margaret Atwood’s new book (17). We have always believed that...

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XMAS Party Launch In Maida Vale!

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THE 2020 PLAN!

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We're a British very small press, so the uncertainty around Brexit (will we or won't we?) has shoppers a bit wary. Book sales are down 9% in the UK from last year... so we have moved some of our titles to the (we hope) calmer post-crisis waters of publication in 2020 and 2021, when we hope reviewers and readers will be able to focus on more than the often-outrageous news... but we still have plenty out this autumn, as well... here are some of the forthcoming authors from Eyewear/ Black Spring over the next 24 months; writers and poets from...

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OUR EDITOR ALEX WYLIE PUBLISHES BOOK ON HILL!

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Dr Alex Wylie's critical monograph, Geoffrey Hill's Later Work: Radiance of Apprehension was published by Manchester University Press on September 12th 2019. The work of Geoffrey Hill (1932-2016) often provokes bemusement or even hostility; however, he was often referred to as 'the greatest living poet' and variants thereof, when alive. Oxford Professor of Poetry from 2010-2015, Hill published in 2013 his collected poems, Broken Hierarchies: Poems 1952-2012, which included four previously-unpublished collections and substantial expansions and revisions of existing works, and in 2008 published his Collected Critical Writings, a volume comprising all his published criticism and two new major collections...

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Our Judge Selects The International Beverly Prize Winner!

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Our distinguished judge Niall Bourke offers his extraordinarily generous and engaged comments on all the shortlisted authors' works, and announces his selected winner (Randy Osborne, pictured here). The winner will be offered a publishing contract with Eyewear, and a meaningful cash advance. Judge's Report: How does one judge the ‘best’ book? By how serious it is or by how funny? By the complexity of its metaphors or the clarity of its prose? How about, as in the case of the Beverly Prize, if we judge a 3,000 word poetry collection against a 156,000 word novel? By what criteria might we...

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