Agraphia Press
Books:


Country Diary
Robin Hood
Santo Caserio
City of Dreadfull Night



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THE GUARDIAN COUNTRY DIARY DRAWINGS
Clifford Harper

Since they first appeared alongside the country Diary column in The Guardian newspaper these drawings have been hugely popular with the newspaper's readers, who have made countless requests for them to be made available in book form. Now, in conjunction with Guardian Books, Agraphia Press have published them all, along with five new drawings done just for this book. With an essay by Richard Boston.

Agraphia Press, London, 2003
96pp, 235 x 165 mm (landscape format)
3 colours throughout
36 illustrations, endpapers
ISBN 1 904596 00 2
10.00 inc UK postage, for international add 1

THE BALLAD OF ROBIN HOOD AND THE DEER
Clifford Harper and John Gallas

A collaboration between a poet and an illustrator and a meditation on the nature and meaning of England's outlaw hero. Clifford Harper's drawings rescue Robin Hood from the burden of mythology and present him anew as simply a poacher and a hunted man while John Gallas's poem transforms the drawings into verse.

Agraphia Press, London, 2003
36pp, 235 x 165 mm
8 illustrations, endpapers
ISBN 1 904596 02 9
7.00 inc UK postage, for international add 1

THE BALLAD OF SANTO CASERIO
John Gallas and Clifford Harper

In exchange for John Gallas's Robin Hood poem Clifford Harper illustrated this ballad about the life and times of Santo Caserio,a baker who assasinated a French President, a little man who tried to change things and got his head chopped off. the drawings are a homage to the work of Frans Masereel and accompany perfectly the ballad verse. With an biographical essay on Santo Caserio.

Agraphia Press, London, 2003
36pp, 235 x 165 mm
8 illustrations, endpapers, photograph
ISBN 1 904596 03 7
7.00 inc UK postage, for international add 1

THE CITY OF DREADFUL NIGHT
James Thomson
illustrated by Clifford Harper

Thomson's epic poem first appeared in 1874 and describes the poet's journey through one night of a great city - London. A dark,pessimistic and deeply questioning work,this poem is a precursor of today's 'London writers' - such as Peter Ackroyd and Iain Sinclair - and deserves a new audience. This work gives no easy answers and will force the reader to face up to some uncomfortable questions. a poem for our times. Clifford Harper's drawings,done ten years ago,closely echo Thomson's own vision of urban existence. With an essay on the poet by Philip Tew.

Agraphia Press, London, 2003
96pp, 235 x 165 mm, endpapers
ISBN 1 904596 01 0
10.00 inc UK postage, for international add 1