Books

  • Self-publishers are passionate about their work and have the initiative and drive to get it into print without going through traditional publishing…

    Together Ness: The tale of the forest

  • A collection of short stories exploring the fine line between love, loss and desire.  Designed by Minute Works for HOME and…

    Minute Works: Transactions of Desire

  • Produced in a limited edition run of 250 hard backs and 950 soft backs, Total State Machine is a unique…

    PC Press: Test Department

  • A university town in Denmark? A failed experiment in syllabic poetry? A time-travelling anarchist novel? Bad Haiku is all these…

    Marshgate Press: Bad Haiku

  • If you’ve been thinking about a book project, Calverts is the place to make it reality in 2015. We’re well…

    Is there a book in you?

  • The Truth of Revolution, Brother captures the philosophy and legacy of the punk movement through interviews with influential figures from…

    This Ain’t Rock & Roll: The Truth of Revolution

  •                       After the success of Petrie 65, we were delighted…

    Zadrian Smith: Petrie 66

  • Shoreditch-based independent publisher The Do Book Co. worked with Calverts to make these bespoke feint-rule notebooks. You’ll see them bundled…

    The Do Book Company: Do Notebooks

  • Words that Mobilise is a new poetry anthology, and our first showcase printing for independent publisher house Gutter Press. Beautifully…

    Gutterpress: Words That Mobilise

  • We’re proud to have printed Carl Randall’s breathtaking ‘Japan Portraits’, an exquisite collection of carefully observed and sometimes disturbingly rendered…

    Carl Randall: Japan portraits

  • Part children’s book/part art object, The boy who always looked up describes the events leading up to the death of the…

    Ryan Gander: The Boy Who Always Looked Up

  • London to Istanbul started life online, as a travelogue, charting a 4,584 mile journey across Europe by bicycle. Such an…

    Print cycle: London to Istanbul book

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