To mark the centenary of Dylan Thomas’s birth, Queen Anne Press have published a special edition of Thomas's celebrated play for voices, Under Milk Wood. The edition includes 110 images (watercolours, collages and drawings) by Sir Peter Blake who has long been obsessed with the work. The book is published in three different forms; signed prints of Blake's work are included with the high quality bindings.
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Under Milk Wood
Authors and editions
Ian Fleming: The complete works (18 volumes)
Ian Fleming: The Bibliography by Jon Gilbert
Peter Fleming: Two classic travel books
Mervyn Peake: The collected works (10 volumes)
Dylan Thomas: Under Milk Wood with images by Sir Peter Blake
Queen Anne Press was founded in 1951 to publish limited editions by notable authors, and was managed in its early days by Ian Fleming, creator of James Bond and noted bibliophile. QAP’s manifesto today, continuing in the same tradition, is simple: to produce good books by the best writers to the highest possible standard. QAP specialises in high-quality, one-off editions of a kind rarely found in mainstream publishing. Working in collaboration with Britain’s finest typographers, printers and binders QAP uses traditional methods and materials to ensure that its books look and feel as good books should. They are volumes to treasure – stunning additions to any bookshelf.