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bookleteer helps you to create and publish your own booklets, eBooks and StoryCubes. It's simple, quick, and it's free.

Make a handmade booklet using only your home printer and a pair of scissors. Read and share books anywhere online as digital bookreader editions. Have your publication professionally printed and bound from as little as 25 copies at super low cost.

bookleteer is not like other e-publishing platforms: it has been designed and developed by artists over 12 years, evolving through an ongoing process of gradual enhancement in response to the different projects, situations and communities we have worked with. bookleteer is paper and pixel; tactile and transmissible. It's what you need it to be.

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the Periodical issue 26

November’s issue (number 26) contains two books, both of which are products of collaborations: A London Childhood 1926-1939 by Henry Long is the third of our collaborations with The Museum of Soho. It is a moving account of growing up in relative poverty in Soho in the 1920s and 30s, ending with the mass evacuation […]
 

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