Aaargh! Press, a new Brit alternative small press, is celebrating its birth with a party in London next month to mark the publication of its first titles, Reaching for my Gnu by Anna Chen (Kindle eBook and paperback) and The Guitar Geek Dossier by Charles Shaar Murray (Kindle eBook only for now).
Reaching for my Gnu, a collection of poems by British-Chinese poet and performer Anna Chen is available as a paperback for £9.99 and as a Kindle e-book for £1.99.
'Brilliant and dangerous ... one wild-ride roller-coaster that soars to altitudes of unfettered wit and then plunges with a startling and implacably knowing anger' MICK FARREN
'Superb' GREG PALAST
'Charming, witty and sophisticated' SUNDAY TIMES
Kindle eBook for £1.99.
'The Johnny Cash of rock journalism' PHIL CAMPBELL, MOTORHEAD
'The rock critic’s rock critic' Q MAGAZINE
'Front-line cultural warrior' INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY
Charles is author of Crosstown Traffic: Jimi Hendrix And Post-war Pop and Boogie Man: The Adventures of John Lee Hooker in the American Twentieth Century (both Canongate). His first novel, The Hellhound Sample, was published by Headpress in 2011.
The details of the launch party, which will be something to remember, will be posted here and on the official Aaaaargh! Press website very soon.
MY ASIAN PLANET calls Anna Chen "a bit of a Chinese firecracker" and says of the book, "It's saucy, devilish and delightful!"