Graham Moss at the Press
with Skipper the Cairn Terrier

Reproduced courtesy of photographer Gwen Jones

Incline Press
36 Bow Street, Oldham OL1 1SJ


Come meet Incline Press 'Devil' Mike Tregear and see our new books at our stand at this year's Oxford Fine Press Book Fair
31 October & 1 November 2015
Oxford Brookes University, Headington Campus, Gipsy Lane, Oxford OX3 0BP

Several of our books are included in 'The Private Press Today', an exhibition of modern private press books which is on at St Bride Library from 26 October ? 20 November. Hours are limited, please check their website before attending.

When in doubt, Wash!                siamese cat

David Blamire's new book on the naming of cats, with seven wood engravings by Christ Daunt. Read more, or order below:       

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Robert Louis Stevenson
The Long Journey
Selected Poems with wood engravings by Robin Mackenzie

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Incline Chapbooks

Our new series of chapbooks, all priced at 10 each, are designed deliberately for a DL envelope, rather than a chapman's pack. Within the confines of a single section with a stiff card cover, we have played constructively with the idea of a chapbook:

Recent titles include: Feathergill's Donkey Brand, a new poem by Clare Robertson-Dwyer about the now lost but once ubiquitous cleaning stone, and includes two tipped-in Donkey Stone wrappers.

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There is a Lady contains two poems, the anonymous 17th-century original, and Ralph Hodgson's mid-20th-century comment on rehearing it accidentally. It is illustrated with a cut by Hodgson's one-time pal Claud Lovat Fraser as decoration.

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Joe Harriott was a fine Jazz musician in London in the 1960s, and is only now being rediscovered through CDs of his recordings. The poet Jo Reed was there at Ronnie Scott's when Joe was in his prime, and has written and illustrated this zig-zag book of Making Hay by Moonlight (illustrated)

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The story of finding the farm usually goes something like this. We had turned off the county road onto a little gravel lane. The ground was shot with sun coming down between the translucent green leaves of the tulip poplars that meet overhead as in an arbour..' more

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Last updated 5 November 2015 by K. Whalen.