By Louise S. Milne.

The monochrome edition of the highly-acclaimed study of Pieter Bruegel and nightmares. This edition is identical to the full-price edition, with the exception that all of the illustrations are in black and white, keeping the retail cost down to under half the price of the colour edition.

Louise Milne lectures at Edinburgh College of Art and Edinburgh Napier University. She has extensively researched the origins of dreams and nightmares in visual culture, and is at work on her second book. She is also a filmmaker, and her documentary The Druids: Travels in Deep England, received its premiere at the Maine International Film Festival in summer 2011.

Art History/Alternative Histories/Psychology/Visual Anthropology


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  • Louise S Milne Louise S Milne
  • Alan Richardson Alan Richardson
  • Duncan Lunan Duncan Lunan
  • Neil McDonald Neil McDonald
  • Sean Martin Sean Martin
  • Gordon Strong Gordon Strong
  • Nicholas Mark Harding Nicholas Mark Harding
  • Gordon Strong & Jane Marshall Gordon Strong & Jane Marshall

About Us

We are a small publisher specialising in esoteric, academic, occasional, ephemeral and alternative fictions and non-fictions.

Our inaugural series is Alternative Histories, which includes Louise S Milne’s highly acclaimed Carnivals and Dreams: Pieter Bruegel and the History of the Imagination.

Recent titles include Nicholas Mark Harding’s novel, Sunsphere, and Gordon Strong’s novel, Dawn of the Goddess. Both are available as paperbacks and as Kindle eBooks.

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