U.K. small press applauded in Evening Standard

Evening Standard literary editor David Sexton calls small publisher Hesperus Press “one of the most distinctive publishing houses” in Britain:

They have produced 70 titles, slim, beautifully packaged paperbacks offering carefully selected texts of forgotten classics, the minor works of major writers, and new translations of foreign literature, all briefly introduced by a well-known name and offered with a minimum of fuss and scholarly apparatus.

The press eventually will offer titles from new writers, according to its publishing directors.


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