Essay Writer



It's beginning to look a lot like the PBFA Christmas Fair and we'll be there, at the Holiday Inn Bloomsbury this coming Saturday, 4 December. We'll be taking Forster and Fleming, snooker and Springsteen -- and what could be more perfectly seasonal than Henry Miller's Christmas 1937 Issue of The Booster, 'The Tri-Lingual Womb Number'?

See the full list HERE and use the links to see the complete listing for each and buy online.

We hope to see you at the Fair. Until then Season's Greetings,

Happy Browsing


 House of the Long Shadows





Welcome to Neil Pearson Rare Books

Neil Pearson has collected rare books for thirty years: his specialism is nineteenth and twentieth century first edition literature, with a particular interest in the expatriate literary movement of Paris between the wars. He is the author of Obelisk (Liverpool University Press, 2007), a history of the notorious Paris imprint which in the 1930s published the early work of, among others, Henry Miller, Lawrence Durrell and Anaïs Nin. In 2011 he researched, compiled and wrote They Were What They Were: A Catalogue of Early Gay Fiction, 1862 -1960. More information about both of these titles can be found here.

After buying books for so many years, he is delighted finally to be selling some.




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