Our latest newsletter, out today, includes titles by Hiroshi Sugimoto, Alexander Gronsky, Xiaxiao Xu and Nobuyoshi Araki. There's also Martin Rosswog following in the Hebridean footsteps of Paul Strand, Soren Ronholt's take on Nordic landscapes and cultures, and extraordinary photographs - nearly a century old - of the Lost Tribes of Tierra del Fuego.
We've just received copies of the seventh in Alec Soth's series LBM Dispatch: Georgia.
All copies of the first printing of Soth's Songbook have been allocated but we are still taking orders for signed copies of the second printing, due in April.
Our latest newsletter, published today, includes new and forthcoming titles by Jason Langer, Robert Adams, Cig Harvey, Vittorio Sella, Luca Campigotto, David Hlynsky, Stefan Bogner and Carl de Keyser with a group of his Magnum colleagues.
Our latest newsletter, issued 26 January, includes new titles by Stephen Shore, Gordon Parks, Bruce Barnbaum, Heikki Kaski, Olaf Unverzart, Adria Canameras and Xiaoyi Chen.
Our first newsletter of 2015, issued today, includes new and forthcoming titles by Alec Soth, Antoine d'Agata, Darren Almond, Hasselblad Award winner Miyuko Ishiuchi, Takeshi Shikama, and Mayuma Hosukura.
We hope you all had a good break and wish our customers all the best for 2015. We're gradually emerging from a very busy pre-Christmas followed by a mostly restful Christmas and New Year. Our December bestsellers included the Michael Kenna calendar and his new collection France, the long-awaited reprint of Cartier-Bresson's Decisive Moment, Thomas Joshua Cooper's Scattered Waters and signed copies of Paul Graham's Does Yellow Run Forever, all of which are still in stock.
We can still get stuff to you before Christmas, provided you're in non-Highland mainland UK. Obviously it would need to be something we have in stock so you might want to email first. You could treat someone (even yourself) to the new Steidl edition of Cartier-Bresson's Decisive Moment before it disappears.
Our website is up and running again. We are really sorry for the service interruption. Our internet service providers are Netcetera but they won't be for any longer than necessary. They've kept our website - and many others - offline for nearly four days at a crucial time of year.
Over the next few days, if you place an order from the UK and the item(s) are in stock, we will send them in time for Christmas if at all possible. That means using first class post or courier next-day delivery - there will of course be no extra charge for this.
Once again our apologies and we hope you all enjoy and happy (stress-free!) Christmas.
Our latest newsletter, out today, is our final one before Christmas and includes new titles by Thomas Joshua Cooper, Paul Gallagher and Jens Liebchen as well as our top ten Christmas gift recommendations.