Back issues available

Posted by Guy Pringle, 21st July 2010

What nice people our readers are, is a phrase that often echoes round newbooks Towers. Evidence this email, received from Steve Valentine who, for reasons unknown but I suspect downsizing, has to relinquish an extensive collection of back issues of newbooks. Anyone taking up this offer will see a remarkable evolution in the magazine over the last 10 years (and perhaps discover some skeletons in the closet!).

If you're interested perhaps you would be good enough to email and I will put you in touch.



Dear newbooks people
I have issues 1 to 55 and would be happy to pass them on to anyone who wants them, so if you know of anyone who wants back copies - all together not just odd copies - please let me know.
I am sorry that I had to give up my subscription, but if there is a good home for these, that would be a good outcome. They need to be collected. I live in Wiltshire.
Steve Valentine


lizgalloway said...

I also have been tidying up and have a collection of past copies of the magazine which I have been persuaded to part with. I live in New Mills in Derbyshire if anyone is interested.

Posted on Mon 26 Jul 2010 @ 14:42

Mandy Jenkinson said...

Did Steve find a taker for the back copies?
I didn't respond at the time, because of having to collect, but if they are still available I'm very tempted...

Posted on Sat 18 Sep 2010 @ 18:07

Sara Fabre-Wilson said...

Great idea!

After 3 years with 3 house moves, a house downsizing then a house upsizing, giving away my possesions, furniture and my collection of booksmags; followed by a marital downsize !!
I yearn for much I have lost which includes my newbookmags. Some of which contain my own book reviews over the years.

I would love to have these again, so if anyone is happy to give up their copies, l would be happy to pay for parcel force to deliver them to me.

thank you!!

(I have issues 57 to current)

Posted on Fri 08 Oct 2010 @ 12:52

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