Repeater’s July – December 2021 catalogue 🧥📚

Browse our July – December 2021 new titles, featuring books from Cynthia Cruz, Kit Mackintosh, Two Fingas & James T. Kirk, Adam Zmith, Patrick Wright, Grafton Tanner, Liara Roux, Jonas Čeika, Joe Glenton, Yva Alexandrova and Lee Scott. Repeater July – December 2021

Stomping into the New Year 👢💻 Read our 2021 catalogue!

Browse our January–June 2021 titles from authors including Tommy Sissons, Lesley Chow, Rhian Jones, Matt Colquhoun, Tariq Goddard, Eugene Thacker, Tom Wyman, Margret Grebowicz, and Kit Mackintosh.

Read our catalogue for January-June 2020! 📚

🎉 Our catalogue for the first half of 2020 is here! Featuring new books by Wendy Liu, Tom Lutz, Mat Osman and much more!

Read our catalogue for 2019! 📚

🎉Our catalogue for 2019 is here! Featuring new books by Grace Blakeley, Nathalie Olah, Leila Taylor, and much more!  

Repeater catalogue, January-December 2018

Our new catalogue is out! Click the link below to view it online and browse the full list of this year’s titles, including upcoming books from Jim Dooley, Eugene Thacker, Alan Bradshaw and Linda Scott, Mark Fisher, Dawn Foster and more.

“You can count me out… in” — Alan Bradshaw on fifty years of the Beatles’ “Revolution”

On the fiftieth anniversary of the Beatles’ “Revolution”, Alan Bradshaw, co-author of Advertising Revolution: The Story of a Song, from Beatles Hit to Nike Slogan, recounts the story of one of the most famous and controversial adverts of all time.   Fifty years ago, on 26 August 1968, the Beatles released their highest selling 45 […]

An Evening In Memory Of Mark Fisher

Friday, March 31 7pm NYU Tisch School of the Arts 721 Broadway, Room 674 New York, NY Facebook Event Please join Repeater Books for an evening in memory of Mark Fisher. Dan Fox, Tariq Goddard and Sukhdev Sandhu will share their reflections on Mark’s work and legacy. The audience is invited to share their thoughts […]

An extract from Smile if you Dare by Ramzy Alwakeel

This is an edited extract from Smile if you Dare: Politics and Pointy Hats with the Pet Shop Boys, by Ramzy Alwakeel, which will be published by Repeater next year. Two decades on, there’s something implausible about Very. The Pet Shop Boys’ fifth album snuck posthumanism and panic sex into the charts on both sides of the […]