Books

Books

We regret that rising costs mean that we can no longer ship our books and pamphlets free of charge worldwide, a policy we maintained for 17 years.

We still do not charge postage for sending pamphlets (any quantity) to addresses within the UK.

We do charge a fee (less than the full cost of postage and packing) for sending books to addresses within the UK. These charges are shown when you place an order in your shopping cart.

For multiple orders of one title, and for all overseas orders, please contact us, and we will advise you on postal charges depending on the weight and value of your order.

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  • Classical Texts

    Classical Texts

    Classical Texts

    The concrete poems of Classical Texts take the culture of twenty-first-century texting, with its delight in tiny verbal messages, and fuse it with slivers of ancient Greek and Latin textuality – stories of heroes, myths, and gods. The texts distil narratives down to an essence: usually a single word. ‘Witty, absorbing and beautiful. Crawford turns classical narratives into riddling and sometimes profound typographical art, with myriad applications. The ideal gift for anyone from nine to ninety who loves the Greek and Roman stories.’ Edith Hall 'Brilliantly pared down... reminiscent in some ways of Ian Hamilton Finlay. They are lapidary and sarcastic, enigmatic and intense. One would not think that one could read a single word – such as Penelope – arranged on the page in such a way that one would re-read it. Then re-re-read it.' Stuart Kelly Robert Crawford’s previous publication from Kettillonia, a collection of ‘instagraphs’ in Brexit Tears (with photographs by Calum Colvin) was published in 2020.
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  • Brexit Tears

    Brexit Tears

  • Orcadians: Seven Impromptus

    Orcadians: Seven Impromptus

    Orcadians: Seven Impromptus

    A limited edition publication containing George Mackay Brown's poem 'Orcadians: Seven Impromptus', illustrated by Simon Manfield, and with essays by the artist and Simon Hall, author of The History of Orkney Literature.
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  • As Far As I Can See, Eunice Buchanan

    As Far As I Can See, Eunice Buchanan

  • Drum of Stone

    Drum of Stone

    Drum of Stone

    Drum of Stone

    Drum of Stone is Kettillonia’s first full-length book publication. It is a selection of the work of the celebrated Guatemalan Maya Indian poet Humberto Ak’abal, reproducing his poetry in English and Scots translation (from the Spanish) alongside examples of his work in the original K’iche’.
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