This page contains information about our forthcoming books for booksellers around the world.
If you’d like to be notified when we post updates to the page, please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org. I send out updates roughly once a quarter, though as you can imagine it’s been a little hit and miss just recently.
We hope to resume guide book publishing in earnest before the end of the year. We’re confident than when things do finally open up again, there will be a distinct shift towards our kind of travel: responsible, thoughtful and off the beaten track. We have ambitious plans for the medium-term future, including a new look for our guides which we hope to launch before Christmas, but it’s dependent on people being able to travel again.
In the meantime, we’ve got an exciting programme of fine travel writing and imaginative guides to the UK and Europe. A window-gazing rail tour of Scotland, a European road trip for campers and caravanners, a ride across Ireland on horseback, cycling through Cornwall, a lifetime of diving around the world, a life-changing thousand-kilometre trek across Israel, and an eye-opening journey into the hidden Muslim Europe… it takes more than a few closed borders to put us off.
All that and a Slow Travel colouring book to Britain’s best-loved places.
AIs and covers for all our new books up to the end of summer are available to download below.
Below are our cover images, saved as RGB files and named by ISBN. For CMYK files, or titles prior to 2016, please contact email@example.com.
Our reputation is for publishing guides to places not covered by other publishers, and over two-thirds of our guidebooks remain unique to us. You can read more about which of our guides have no direct competition, and which are the most recently published here.
Translation and other rights
Translation and other rights are available in most of our books. For translation rights in our travel literature titles, please contact Dionel Corona: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For all other rights, please contact Hugh Brune: email@example.com.