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The front and back covers of this issue are from Jeff Filipski

Why HOT SEX? Come on, the answer is quite obvious. Because it’s funny and we all need some sex in our life. So we decide, after the Bukowski tribute, to publish a collection of poems, short stories, short essays, plays and everything you can do with words, about sex. Continua a leggere

Call For Submissions – The Ramingo’s Porch #2 “Love, Spring and Revolution”

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The first issue is out but the Ramingoes never stop their wanderings. We decided to set up a new call for submissions that will end on January the 26th. This time we thought about a special theme… Continua a leggere

Notting Hill Editions – Christmas Gifts That Shift Perspectives with Big Ideas in Pocket-sized Books

These new collections of beautiful hardback books, grouped by theme, make the perfect literary gift. Each collection is wrapped in an elegant banderole at the special price of £37 for three titles (a saving of £8 compared to buying the books individually).

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On Christmas – A Christmas Anthology Introduced by Gyles Brandreth Is the Perfect Gift for Christmas Lovers

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Don’t miss the chance to read the seasonal anthology of Christmas-themed writing published by Notting Hill Editions and introduced by Gyles Brandreth. It’s the perfect book to savour during the highs and lows of Christmas Day. Offering a diverse array of classic and contemporary writers who have expressed their thoughts about Christmas over the centuries – with joy, nostalgia, grumpiness and wit. Includes selections from Dickens, Dostoevsky, P.G. Wodehouse, Kathy Lette, Ali Smith, Will Self and Queen Victoria.  Devour in one sitting, or savour at your leisure through the long winter nights.

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Notting Hill Editions – William Max Nelson Is the Winner of the 2017 Essay Prize

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The 2017 Notting Hill Editions Essay Prize drew to an emotional close following the sad death of founder Tom Kremer just days before the announcement. The ceremony began with daughter Kim who​ thanked her father for the wonderful legacy that is the Notting Hill Editions Essay Prize. Tom died peacefully in his sleep on June 24th, at the age of eighty-seven. Continua a leggere