We are delighted to announce that our book, From Hill to Sea, will be published in November 2015 by Bread and Circuses Publishing. (Tom Vague, King Mob, Guy Debord etc). Details about the book’s content and a ten minute film can be viewed on the Bread and Circuses website here.
There will be an initial, full colour, limited edition print run and also an eBook. Further information about the book will be posted here and on the Bread and Circuses website when available. If you are interested in reserving a copy of the numbered, limited edition print run, or being kept informed about the book’s publication, please email:
info [at] breadandcircusespublishing.com
What started out as a short trailer for the book, expanded to a ten minute film. Any rational person may have tried to edit this down but we have left it to view in whole or in part. If nothing else, you can enjoy the sounds of Oneohtrix Point Never and The Durutti Column.
Murdo Eason will also be doing some readings from the book at various forthcoming events. We will post details on this blog and on twitter @fifepsy
Thanks to everyone who has been supportive and encouraging of our endeavours to date. It is greatly appreciated.
22 replies on “From Hill to Sea: Book and Film”
Great work! I’ll look out for it.
Great news! I love the cover. Looking forward to seeing this.
Cheers Brian. Glad you like the cover. Wasn’t sure at first but have grown to really like it.
Excellent news. First I heard was in the Cut Grass radio show – glad it’s going ahead.
Thanks Lines. Has been bubbling away for some time but didn’t want to say until it was pretty much there.
Fantastic news – congratulations!
Thanks Matt. Much appreciated
yeyyyyy!!!it looks great..very nice cover!!! i watched the film..it’s such a very nice thing you have done observing the everythings)it’s like the whole world is an interactive archive better than being in a museum as if each day is a vitrine to look into. i like it very much and i wish you much success( very good moon this night ) maybe will make it to one of your readings!! thank you for the illuminating ruminations Grrreat!!
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Thanks for the enthusiasm Kathryn. Much appreciated. Hope the coastal path is still delivering wonder for you.
Congratulations on what looks like being a fine book. And good to hear Durutti Column again. Is Vinnie still performing?
Thanks very much Alan. I think Vini is pretty frail these days, but recall reading that he did perform briefly at Chorlton Arts Festival last year. Seems like a lot of the earlier albums are being reissued though.
That’s brilliant! I’ll definitely keep an eye out for it.
If the book is as powerful as this short film (and I am sure it will be) then It will really be something to be proud of. Looking forward to seeing it. Great cover BTW.Congratulations. Laurence
Thanks for kind words Laurence. Actually looking forward to cracking on with new work!
Great film – really whetted my appetite, both for the book and for Fife! Good luck with the publication.
Many thanks for the kind words and, if you get the chance, Fife is certainly worth a visit.
Good work FiPsy!
Thank you and was that a spelling mishap or were you listening to Tom Robinson last Sunday? If you weren’t this will make no sense at all!
Looking forward to reading this….and, of course, getting to grips with a real physical object…
Cheers thanks Calum.