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Redcliffe Press is the leading publisher of books about Bristol.
In all, we have published over 200 books on all aspects of the city’s life – Bristol’s art and architecture, maritime history, Bristol industries, Bristol Doors Open Day, public sculpture in Bristol, Bristol’s Jewish community, literary history, Bristol ghosts, family walks, profiles of local football heroes … the list is almost endless.
Our publishing list is expanding and we are very excited to be developing our historical gardens series.
Please browse our site for information on new books, special offers and the latest news from Redcliffe Press.
Look out for our new titles due for publication this year:
Stage Door: The Bristol Hippodrome 100 Years
A History of the Music of Bristol Cathedral in 100 Objects
Historic Gardens of Cambridgeshire
Inside Bristol: Celebrating 20 years of Doors Open Day
The Echoing Gallery: Bristol Poets and Art in the City
Women and the City: Bristol c.1400-2000
For further information, visit our Coming Soon page.
Please scroll down to see a selection of our new and forthcoming books.
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Museum Journal September 2012 Book Review: Timothy Mason There’s something of Baroness Orczy’s elusive Scarlet Pimpernel in the carefully contrived mystique that surrounds Banksy, perhaps the best known of that cadre of artists for whom the street is their canvas. Like the Pimpernel, Banksy keeps his identity a well-guarded secret. As Paul Gough’s highly readable … Continue reading →
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