Wednesday, 17 October 2012

Willow Pitch II

Willow Pitch II

by Various
Willow Pitch Volume II by Various Authors

The Little Egret Press is very proud to present our latest compilation of the best contemporary angling authors, in Willow Pitch Volume II. This unique collection of articles, poetry and artwork offers praise to all those wonderful days spent by the water’s edge, an eclectic celebration of our lovely sport.

Contained within its forty three chapters are a mixture of entertaining and insightful contributions by anglers such as Fred Buller, Chris Ball, Bob Buteux, Paul Cook, Dexter Petley, Jon Berry, John Andrews, Bob Roberts, Mike Wilson, Tom O’Reilly, Luke Jennings, Martin James, David Tipping, Tim Ridge, Tony Miles, Bob Price, Graham Mabbutt, Leighton McDonnell, Eddie Chambers, David Turner, Peter Mohan, Chris Quinn, Graham Broach, John Nixon, Marc Harris and Dr Terry Baxter. This volume also contains a fascinating article written by Ian Cook about his life-long fishing friendship with the country poet Ted Hughes.

For the first time, The Little Egret Press has run a competition to encourage new writers and artists, and we are proud to include some brilliant work by Terry Theobald, Gil Graham, Steve Reed, Mark Welsh, Richard Brandon, Tom Hubmann, Chris Cullen, Robert W. Milne, Steve Reed, Edward Widdup, Melissa Plimmer, Stuart Harris and Ann Welsh.

Willow Pitch II is a fantastic fireside read for all anglers.

Willow Pitch Volume II is 210 x 148mm in dimension, and is over 290 pages long. The book is richly illustrated throughout with photography and artwork.

Limited Cloth Edition:
 350 copies only, all signed and numbered by the Publishers. £28.95

Leather Bound Edition:
 25 copies only, all signed, numbered and hand-bound by Tom O’Reilly. This edition is fully leather bound, comprising edge-gilded pages, oasis goatskin leather, spine bands, marker ribbon and headbands. This edition is finished with gold-tooling detail, and presented in a marble paper covered slipcase. £185.00
Publication date: Dec, 2012
Pages: 290

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