Some finished copies of our next book, Autonomy: the cover designs of ‘Anarchy’ 1961–1970 were delivered to the office this morning. This is the culmination of several years of work by the book’s editor Daniel Poyner; he was joined by designer Peter Brawne and sub-editor Robin Kinross to form a group of three people who made the final book. The result feels like a very solid (820 gm) and well-manufactured contribution to graphic and political culture. It has been printed by Die Keure in Bruges and bound by Hexspoor at Boxtel in the Netherlands, using the Otabind process with cold glue. The book stays flat at every opening: essential for the central sections of the book in which we show back-and-front covers of all 118 issues of the journal as double-page spreads. Autonomy will be published formally on 15 November. It should put in its first public appearance tomorrow at the Anarchist Bookfair in London (go to the stands of Housmans Bookshop and Freedom Press).