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You can now subscribe to our Lazy Gramophone Shorts series
. A subscription will cost £25 if your postal address is in the UK and £35 if you require postage to an international destination. Once you have subscribed we will send you an email confirming your subscription. This will act as a valid receipt for the following four editions
of our Lazy Gramophone shorts series. Once you have subscribed there will be no further postage fees, simply sit back and wait for your books to arrive upon their release.For more information visit our Lazy Gramophone Shop.
Lazy Gramophone poet Liz Adams
has recently become involved with the Voiceworks project
. Follow our news link to watch Liz's presentation to the Voiceworks 2010/2011 grouping, held in Birkbeck on Tuesday October 26th 2010.Liz Adams is currently collaborating with illustrator Dan Prescott on her first collection of poems, Green Dobermans, which will be published by Lazy Gramophone Press in 2011.
Will Conway Tastes of Ink: The latest LG Press publication coming soon ...
The 2nd in our LG Press Shorts series is now available for sale in our online shop
Come and see us on Saturday 30th October at the Backyard Market area off Brick Lane. We will have a grand selection of letter pressed stationary, our publications, art prints, biltong (yes) and more on sale. Plus you get to meet us in person and say hello!
It's been a busy summer for Lazy Gramophone artist Sorana
. In August, with her band Lyrebird she wrote and performed the music for
Tracy Keeling's play Pawnography
, as shown at The Rose Theatre,
Southwark. Building on this success, Lyrebird have now released an
immediately downloadable 3-track digital album of music from the play. The album is
currently available from their website
. We can highly recommend it!
'Lazy Gramophone: An artistic platform which takes us back to the bare bones of
creativity, showcasing some of Britain's finest up-and-coming talent...'
We have found 8 copies of our most recent, sold out LG Shorts booklet 'Skeletons in the closet'. We will be making these available for sale this weekend. If you would like to purchase a copy please email SITC@lazygramophone.com
with the subject "I want a copy of Skeletons" and we will email you as soon as they go live in our shop
. Read our journal about the production process here
Sunday 5th Sep 2010
Congratulations to the winner and runners up of the Acupuncture Clothing design competition. In first place Nikki Pinder and runner up prizes to Jakoh and Sharon Liu. Look our for a journal soon with pics of the winning designs and a bit of Q&A with the successful trio.