Taking its cue from the vivid contribution of the short text to European cultural life and judging that the moment is right to reinvigorate the essay, Notting Hill Editions is a new imprint devoted to the best in essayistic nonfiction writing. Our writers come from a broad range of disciplines ensuring our essays will never fail to excite and inspire as they cover an ever-changing spectrum of topics.

Notting Hill Editions will publish at least six books twice a year. These beautifully produced and exquisitely-sized cloth-bound hardbacks are intended to revitalise and celebrate the long essay format. Covering a range of weighty subjects by some of the best and prominent thinkers, commentators and authors of our time, as well as works by key writers previously unpublished in the UK, the Notting Hill Editions brand represents quality, intelligent and upmarket publishing and will launch with a full marketng and media campaign.

These are really nice looking books, and with Georges Perec's Thoughts of Sorts, Roland Barthes' Mourning Diary and John Berger's Cataract in the first tranche of titles, Notting Hill Editions looks like a new imprint worth keeping an eye on...

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