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Repeater Books

Founded in 2015, Repeater publishes weird and radical books from the badlands of popular culture - taking on a wide-range of topics across politics, philosophy and culture, as well as critically-acclaimed literary fiction.

Key titles include: Mark Fisher’s The Weird & the Eerie; Guardian columnist Dawn Foster’s debut book, Lean Out; Island Story, a timely travelogue of Brexit Britain which was nominated for the Orwell Prize; and actor Terence Stamp’s autobiography.

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