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Book covers by Marc Atkins
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"Liquid City" by Marc Atkins (images) and Iain Sinclair (texts). pub.: Reaktion Books

"Liquid City" by Marc Atkins (images) and Iain Sinclair (texts).

Cover image: Marc Atkins / panoptika.net Design: Carol Devine Carson "Nocturnes" by Kazuo Ishiguro. Publisher: Random House

Nocturnes by Kazuo Ishiguro. A collection of five short stories that all weave in music and nightfall. A lovely collection.

"The Teratologists" 16 page A4 book of lith prints by Marc Atkins

"The Teratologists" 16 page book of lith prints by Marc Atkins

Cover image: Marc Atkins / panoptika.net Design: Michael Salu

Oooh I liked this! The enigmatic Kurtz and a good narrative meant I didn't put this down from start to finish.

Cover image: Marc Atkins / panoptika.net Design: Jamie Keenan

Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers: Mary Roach (nonfiction, cadavers, death, humor)

Cover image: Marc Atkins / panoptika.net Design: Jamie Keenan

Cover image: Marc Atkins / panoptika.net Design: Jamie Keenan

"The Logic of the Stairwell" prose poetry by Marc Atkins. Images and design by Marc Atkins. Published by Shearsman

"The Logic of the Stairwell" prose poetry by Marc Atkins. Images and design by Marc Atkins. Published by Shearsman

Cover image: Marc Atkins / panoptika.net Design: Paul Buckley. Publisher: Penguin

An electrifying psychological thriller about a mother and daughter pushed to their limits.

Image conceived and made by Marc Atkins, for jacket cover "Taxi Driver" by Amy Taubin. BFI Publishing.

The BFI (British Film Institute) Film Classics series are an ongoing library of shortish but alarmingly expensive for 72 pages!

Cover image: Marc Atkins / panoptika.net Design: Anthony Kulig "Dreaming in French" by Megan McAndrew Publisher: Scribner.

Dreaming In French by Megan McAndrew Photo: Marc Atkins

Cover image: Marc Atkins / panoptika.net Design: Evan Gaffney   "The Arms Maker of Berlin" by Dan Fesperman. Publisher: Random House

This powerfully suspenseful new novel from Dan Fesperman takes us deep into the early in Switzerland and Germany as it traces the long reach of the wartime intrigues of the White Rose student movement, which dared to speak out against Hitler.

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