Signed Editions - Only In Bury Place

Thanks to our prestigious series of events and our excellent location, we get a lot of famous authors dropping by. The result is a constantly changing selection of highly-collectible signed first editions. Below you'll find a selection of what we have.

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In Writing

Adam Phillips

From the publisher:

For Adam Phillips – as for Freud and many of his followers – poetry and poets have always held an essential place, as both precursors and unofficial collaborators in the ...

£16.99

Phone

Will Self

From the publisher:

‘WHATEVER YOU DO hang on to the phone...! ...! Feel the smoothness of its bevelled screen ...! ...! Place your thumb in the soft depression of its belly-button – turn it ...

£18.99

Compass

Mathias Enard, translated by Charlotte Mandell

From the publisher:

As night falls over Vienna, Franz Ritter, an insomniac musicologist, takes to his sickbed with an unspecified illness and spends a restless night drifting between dreams and ...

£14.99

Black and British: An Untold Story

David Olusoga

Sadiah Qureshi writes:

In the early 1990s, the historian Gretchen Gerzina went to a London bookshop looking for a copy of Peter Fryer’s Staying Power: The History of Black People in Britain ...

£25.00

Fever Dream

Samanta Schweblin, translated by Megan McDowell

Joanna Biggs writes:

When I remember my dreams at all, they’re not stories but feelings. I once dreamed I was breastfeeding a flamingo, and I could feel the beak, even in the morning telling, ...

£12.99

Towards Mellbreak

Marie-Elsa Bragg

From the publisher:

After many generations, it is now, in 1971, Harold who runs Ard Farm. Out on the fells, he feels his father’s presence, and there is hope that he, his grandmother and his ...

£12.99

All the Good Things

Clare Fisher

From the publisher:

What if you did a very bad thing...but that wasn’t the end of the story ‘An extremely moving, emotional rollercoaster of a debut novel’ 5* Goodreads review Twenty-one ...

£12.99

White Tears

Hari Kunzru

From the publisher:

‘Like Donna Tartt’s Goldfinch, it’s a stunning novel of ideas that becomes a page-turning thriller...During Trump’s Presidency, reading White Tears feels like a ...

£14.99

Havergey

John Burnside

From the publisher:

John Burnside’s examination of place and utopia set on the remote island of Havergey.

£12.00

Spoils

Brian Van Reet

From the publisher:

It is the spring of 2003 and coalition forces are advancing on Iraq. Nineteen-year-old Specialist Cassandra Wigheard, on her first deployment since joining the US army two ...

£12.99

Ashland & Vine

John Burnside

From the publisher:

It is 1999. Kate Lambert, a grieving, semi-alcoholic film student, invites an elderly woman to take part in an oral-history documentary. The woman, Jean Culver, declines, but ...

£16.99

Grief is the Thing with Feathers

Max Porter

From the publisher:

In a London flat, two young boys face the unbearable sadness of their mother’s sudden death. Their father, a Ted Hughes scholar and scruffy romantic, imagines a future of ...

Satin Island

Tom McCarthy

From the publisher:

U is a ‘corporate anthropologist’ who, while working on a giant, epoch-defining project no one really understands, is also tasked with writing the Great Report on our ...

Remainder

Tom McCarthy

From the publisher:

Film Tie-in edition to be published to coincide with the release of the film Remainder. Praised by Zadie Smith as “one of the great English novels of the past ten year”, ...

Still Life with Feeding Snake

John Burnside

From the publisher:

A book of poems live at the edge of loss, or on the cusp of epiphany, always seeking that brief instant of grace when we see what is before us, and not just what we expected ...

£10.00

Release

Patrick Ness

From the publisher:

A startling and tender novel about how to let yourself love and set yourself free by Patrick Ness, the twice Carnegie Medal-winning author of A Monster Calls.

£12.99

Bright Air Black

David Vann

From the publisher:

Takes us aboard the ship Argo for its epic return journey across the Black Sea from Persia’s Colchis – as Medea flees her home and father with Jason, the Argonauts, and ...

£16.99

Nocilla Dream

Agustin Fernandez Mallo, translated by Thomas Bunstead

From the publisher:

Hailed as one of the most daring experiments in Spanish literature of recent years, and full of references to indie cinema, collage, conceptual art, practical architecture, ...

£12.99

Nocilla Experience

Agustin Fernandez Mallo, translated by Thomas Bunstead

From the publisher:

NOCILLA EXPERIENCE in the second volume in the celebrated Nocilla trilogy by Agustin Fernandez Mallo, which brought about an important shift in contemporary Spanish writing ...

£12.99

Keeping on Keeping on

Alan Bennett

From the publisher:

‘I seem to have banged on this year rather more than usual. I make no apology for that, nor am I nervous that it will it make a jot of difference. I shall still be thought ...

£25.00

The Good People

Hannah Kent

From the publisher:

Shortlisted for the Walter Scott Prize 2017 County Kerry, Ireland, 1825. NORA, bereft after the sudden death of her beloved husband, finds herself alone and caring for her ...

£14.99

Christodora

Tim Murphy

Adam Mars-Jones writes:

The Christodora of Tim Murphy’s novel is a New York apartment building, ‘handsomely simple’, built on the corner of Avenue B and 9th Street in the 1920s. By the ...

£16.99