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.
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News for 2014
Jon Gilbert was presented in April 2014 with the 16th ILAB Breslauer prize for Ian Fleming: The Bibliography.
To mark the centenary in 2014 of the birth of Dylan Thomas, we are pleased to announce an exclusive edition of Under Milk Wood fully illustrated by Sir Peter Blake and presented in three different bindings.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Ian Fleming’s Chitty Chitty Bang Bang we are publishing a facsimile edition of the original three volumes. Available in either a Regular binding, limited to 100 sets (£125), or a Special binding, limited to 50 sets with two signed prints by John Burningham (£650). Please click here to register interest or make a provisional order.