Scroll down for a list of the publishers who took part in the Online Small Publishers Fair 2021. You’ll find a short description, website link and an image for each one.

Anne Rook

Animation, multi-media, installation and book artist, Anne Rook is based in London. Publications feature fruit labels, drawing and short poetical prose.

The Line, Anne Rook, 2019/20


ANTIC-HAM was born in Seoul and lives in Ireland. She makes artist books using photographs, collage, drawings, silkscreen printing and writing.

Oh! you pretty things,
Antic-Ham, 2020

Bad Betty Press

Publisher of new poetry, run by poets Amy Acre and Jake Wild Hall. Collections, anthologies, pamphlets, and limited edition mini-pamphlet series Bad Betty Shots. Rooted in live poetry. London-based.

Bad Betty Press book launch 2019

Boekie Woekie

Henriëtte van Egten (Netherlands), Rúna Thorkelsdóttir (Iceland) and Jan Voss (Germany) are artists who make books and run Amsterdam’s Boekie Woekie Book Shop and Gallery.

Heinz Holtmann, Jan Voss, 2019


Post-digital research platform, artist book press and publisher at University for the Creative Arts in Farnham. Director Emmanuelle Waeckerlé. Critical writing, experimentation, collaboration and research.

Code X – Paper, Ink, Pixel and Screen, Danny Aldred and Emmanuelle Waeckerle

Café Royal Books

Craig Atkinson’s iconic, Southport-based publishing house. Each book is a single body of work. Photographers from all backgrounds; known and celebrated, under-represented and unseen.

Café Royal Books Archive One, Edition of 10, 2015

CB Editions

Short fiction, poetry, translations and other work which ‘might otherwise fall through the cracks…’ (The Guardian). The press of London-based poet, writer and editor Charles Boyle.

Books by CB Editions


Independent publishing house championing engaging and inspirational graphic novels and comics including a wide variety of books meant to be enjoyed by children and adults alike.

Panic! Pandemic Diary from Italy, Francesca Colombara, 2021

Clod Magazine & Books

Home of the satirical ‘Clod’, using anecdotal ridicule to drag the concept of ‘zine’ through the dirt and beyond.  Also poetic, esoteric, off-shoot editions.

Clod Magazine | Dada punk literature | Luton

Haunting Nest, J Jackson, 2020

Coracle Press

Printer-publisher and editor of spaces since the 1970s. Directed by writer and artist Erica Van Horn and poet, artist and editor Simon Cutts. Previous bases in Liverpool, London and Norfolk; now in Ireland.

Seasonal Words, Harry Gilonis, 2021

Corbel Stone Press

Multi-media publisher based in Scotland, focused on landscape, nature and mythology. Beautiful books, pamphlets, CDs, cassettes, records, artworks and editions, plus biannual literary journal Reliquiae.

Notes on the Landscape (II), Richard Skelton, 2020

Corinne Welch

Bristol-based designer, illustrator and book artist. Colourful little books and editions use collage, rubber stamps, hand-drawing, digital and traditional printmaking.

Olivetti Patterns, Corinne Welch, 2019

Daniel Lehan Books

Dungeness-based book artist. Surreal, collaged books, postcards, tourist guides, and letter cards – laser and riso printed.

DAWN, 2019

Dunlin Press

Founded by poet MW Bewick and artist Ella Johnston, and based in Wivenhoe, Essex. Publisher of narrative non-fiction, poetry, experimental texts, photo-essays, art and illustration.

VLOED, Lucia Dove, 2021

Egidija Čiricaitė

London-based artist, poet and PhD candidate at the Slade and UCL Linguistics. Ethereal layers of language. Collaborative and independent publishing projects.

Original Overlap, 2020

Elisabeth Tonnard

Dutch artist and poet. Much of her work involves responding to existing books, texts and images, reworking them into new (visual) literature.

The Plan, installation in “From Far Far Away. Images of the GDR“, Museum Villa Stuck, Munich, photo Nikolaus Steglich, 2019

Essence Press

Artist, curator and publisher Julie Johnstone is based in Edinburgh. She makes handbound poem objects, artist books and minimal text works  – some in collaboration with other artists and poets .

ten blue pages, 2017

Estepa Editions

Kate Van Houten is an American artist, writer, editor, printmaker and binder who is based in Paris. Limited edition small books – some collaborations, and ‘one-of -a-kinds’.

the River / le Fleuve, 2016

Fine Press Poetry

Letterpress printed illustrated poetry editions by major poets including Armitage, Duffy, Longley and Muldoon. Founded 2013 by Andrew Moorhouse. Based in Rochdale.

A Short Story of Falling, poems Alice Oswald, metal engravings Mirabel Mas, 2021

Gordian Projects

Sheffield-based imprint. Editors: Judit Bodor, Emma Bolland, and Tom Rodgers. Small editions using art and language to explore the intersections of image, literatures, artists’ books, and archive.

Centre pages from Ornament of Damage, Azadeh Fatehrad, 2017

Guy Bigland

Artist and book seller. Artist’s books, editions and ephemera exploring systems and language. Lives and works in Bath.

Agree to Disagree, 2019

Hazard Press

A poetic queer book arts imprint run by Jeremy Dixon. Collages, badges, and artist’s books combining individuality, compassion, humour and attention to detail. Everything written, designed and made by hand by Jeremy.

Wraiths, 2020

Hoxton Mini Press

Collectable photography books, limited editions and prints with an eye on the urban and niche. Many books celebrate East London where the imprint is based.

London Underground 1970 to 1980, Mike Goldwater, book 6 in the series Vintage Britain

HVTN Press

Artist’s Poetry press edited by Andrew Wells and Iris Colomb. Their new Interruptions imprint seeks poetic artists’ books. Recent authors – Roseanna A. Boswell, Sarah Dawson, Rose Hunter, Vik Shirley, Lizzy Turner and Joseph Turrent.

The Continued Closure of the Blue Door, Vic Shirley, 2021

Impact Press

The imprint of Centre for Fine Print Research, UWE, Bristol.  The Blue Notebook Journal, The Artists Book Yearbook, The Book Arts Newsletter (digital) and special editions. Edited by book artist and academic Sarah Bodman.

Artists Yearbook 2022/23

Jane Cradock Watson

Book artist, printmaker and illustrator, based in Surrey. Artist’s books exploring gardens and landscapes through material and form using printmaking, photography and illustration.

Aqua Tranquille, 2018

Jim Butler

Cambridge-based book artist, illustrator, printmaker and teacher. 2018 winner of the World Illustration Award for the artist’s book ‘Blackrock Sequence’.

Black Rock Sequence, 2017

John Dilnot

Artist and printmaker, making books since 1985 as an integral part of his practice. Also makes prints, paintings and box works. Based in East Sussex.

The Book of Flies, 2016

Les Fugitives

Short contemporary works by female authors, translated from the French, hitherto unpublished in the UK. Critically acclaimed, ground-breaking literary fiction, narrative non-fiction and works that defy categorisation. London-based,  led by translator Cécile Menon.

Les Fugitives new titles 2021

Longbarrow Press

Poetry publisher exploring the intersections of landscape, history and memory. Hardbacks, pamphlets, boxes and CDs, readings and walks. Edited by Brian Lewis and based in Sheffield.

Books from Longbarrow Press


The imprint of Sharon Kivland: artist, writer, editor, based in London. Essays, experimental fiction, critical writing, and writing about reading and re-reading.


Mark Pawson / Disinfotainment

One-man production line of publications occupying the territory between artists books and zines, plus postcards, badges, multiples and other ephemera. London-based. Rubberstamps, HP LaserJet Pro 401d and Print Gocco.

Supermarket Sabotage, Mark Pawson, 1985 and 2020

Mike Clements

Fine art printmaker and book artist working in the Border Marches.  His ideas come from close observation of the world around him, often focusing on quirky aspects of life.

Covid Road Signs, 2021


Founded 1973 by artist Laurie Clark and poet Thomas A Clark, who also run Cairn Gallery in Pittenweem, Fife, where they are based. Artists’ books and poetry collections.

Personae, Thomas A Clark, 2021


Imprint of Christine McCauley a London-based artist and book artist. Books and prints explore place and the impact of the past on the present.

Double page spread showing Irrawaddy ferry, Bhamo. Part of the forthcoming book Burma Bound 2021

Nancy Campbell

Books on typographies and topographies, landscapes and languages – in particular those of the polar north – from Nancy Campbell, mostly issued under the nomadic imprint Bird Editions. Current location: Oxford.

Death of a Foster Son, Nancy Campbell, Bird Editions, 2018

Negative Press

Launched by Roelof Bakker in 2012 to publish creative collaborations with other artists and writers and to publish his own work. Social and political themes include AIDS, the Holocaust and Brexit. Cambridgeshire-based.

Unprocessed, Roeloff Bakker, 2020

New Arcadian Press

Investigating the cultural politics of historical landscapes through art and scholarship. NAP publishes a journal, broadsheets, books, cards and posters. Director Patrick Eyres is based in Leeds.

Proposal for battle monument, 1983, photocopy NAP archive

Nightjar Press

Limited edition single short-story chapbooks by individual authors.  Based in Manchester, editor Nicholas Royle is a novelist, short story writer and academic.

Recent books from Nightjar Press

Occasional Papers

London-based non-profit publisher of affordable books on the histories of architecture, art, design, film and literature.

Books from Occasional Papers


Otto is a screen printer, illustrator and book artist. Influenced by Russian Constructivist design, books include printing manuals and sci-fi booklets. Based in Brittany.

J’aime l’araignee, 2021

Penteract Press

Publisher of experimental poetry leaflets and books, constrained, formal and visual poetry. The Shropshire-based imprint of poet and musician Anthony Etherin and artist and illustrator Clara Danerei.

Recent books from Penteract Press


The publishing imprint of Norwich’s award-winning bookshop The Book Hive. Idiosyncratic new writing designed and printed beautifully. Shop owner and publisher Henry Layte directs.

Sea-Change, Jessica Streeting, Propolis, 2021

Prototype Publishing

Poetry, prose, interdisciplinary projects and anthologies. London press, founded 2019 by publisher and editor Jess Chandler, co-founder of Test Centre and House Sparrow Press.

Books from Prototype Publishing

Red Sphinx

Berlin-based press of English artist, editor and translator Malcolm Green. Artist’s books, Berlin-based press of English artist, editor and translator Malcolm Green. Artist’s books, postcards, and Seedy CDs. Fluxus, pataphysics, founding member of the Dieter Roth Academy.

Batcans, Malcolm Green, 2020


Redfoxpress is run by Belgian artist Francis Van Maele and Antic-Ham, from Seoul. They are based in Achill Island, on the west coast of Ireland and produce artists books, mail art, photography, screen printing and multiples.

MILK, Francis Van Maele, 2020

Roberts Print

Based in Margate and London, Richard Roberts makes artists books using letterpress, lithography and screenprinting.  Satires and celebrations of different aspects of contemporary culture.

Mechanical Reproduction in the Age of Digitisation, 2019

Ruth Martin

Illustrator, designer, print-maker and teacher. London-based. Books, cards and commissions; rubber relief print, drawing and painting. Cheesy puns and old-world charm.

Three Artist Artists’ Books, 2019-20

Stichill Marigold Press

Independent printing press in the Scottish Borders run by Leonard McDermid, an award-winning artist, poet, printer and publisher. Poetry pamphlets on the everyday, seasons, nature, railway and maritime themes.

Pamphlets from Stichill Marigold Press

The Modernist

Championing twentieth century architecture. Publishes the eponymous quarterly magazine, books, posters and ephemera from its base in The Modernist gallery and shop, Manchester.

Small Shops, Brian Lomas, 2021

The Rialto

Championing new poetry from its base in Norfolk since 1983. Magazine published three times a year, edited by poet Michael Mackmin and others. Pamphlets, collections, poet and editor development.

Magazines and pamphlets from The Rialto

Timglaset Editions

Publisher of contemporary concrete and visual poetry and other forms of expression at the crossroads between the literary and visual arts. Editor Joakim Norling is based in Malmö, Sweden.

Judith: Women Making Visual Poetry, anthology edited by Amanda Earl

Tracey Bush / Fathom Five Books

Creator of artists’ books based on the natural world since the 1990’s. Also makes paper sculpture and collage. Hampshire-based. New imprint Fathom Five Books launched 2021.

The World’s Oldest Butterfly, 2020


Uniformbooks was begun by Colin Sackett in 2011 as an expansive imprint for the visual and literary arts, cultural geography and history, music and bibliographic studies.

Imagine Observe Remember Peter Blegvad, 2020

Veer Books / Veer 2

Poetry that goes beyond boundaries, an emphasis on non-normative and challenging work. Speedy turn-around publishing schedule, often with younger writers at the forefront. Experimental work and translations. Based between Birkbeck College and University of Surrey. and

Logos for Veer Books and Veer 2


Books combine photographic image and printing – conceived to the form of the book and page space – to explore visual narrative and themes of place and the natural world. Founded 1970s. Run by artist Helen Douglas. Yarrow, Scotland.

SETTING, Helen Douglas, 2020