Reader’s Union

It is here that the ethos of Copy Press, named as the Reader’s Union, constitutes itself and finds momentum: not only do readers become irreducible to market forces but also there comes a pressing need for the development of a space where writers and readers can come together, further thought and enjoyment. Developing such common spaces is to delve into the possibilities and limitations of ‘coming together’ in our contemporary society.


Reading and Revelation 1-3

‘I’ without guarantees 1-3
Yellow Papers: extracts and contributions

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Conway Hall, a Beginning
Who is the common intellectual?
Philippa Brewster, an Address



Developing Pure Means
Cecile Malaspina
Jess Potter

Developing Wednesday Afternoon
Edith Marie Pasquier
NaoKo TakaHashi

Developing Revisiting the Bonaventure
Adam Kaasa
Helen Kaplinsky
James O’Leary

Developing Common
Pauline de Souza
Sally O’Reilly

Developing Diagrams for Seriality
Roderick Harris
Franky Williams
Gillian Wylde
Response: Redell Olsen

Developing Days of Surrender
Gavin Everall
Yvette Greslé
Cherry Smyth

Developing Object of a Life
Ian Kiaer
Sarah Jones

Developing Paris
Anya Lewin
Catronia Andrews
Barbara Campbell-Lange
Peter le Couteur
Cordelia Mayfield
Amélie Mourgue d’Algue
Isobel Wohl
Susan Butler

Copy Press at Foyles Blog
Yve Lomax Making Use

Translation, Friendship at the Austrian Cultural Forum
Programme Notes
A celebration of the writing of Ilse Aichinger
Yve Lomax, Introduction
Amélie Mourgue d’Algue
Olumide Popoola
NaoKo TakaHashi
Emily Jeremiah
Rebecca May Johnson
Kristen Kreider
Erica Jarnes with Emily Gray
Inspiring Austrian Woman: Ilse Aichinger – ACF Digital Salon