London-inspired gifts for everyone.
Both Virginia Woolf and Charles Dickens produced essays based on their rambles around London.
Woolf's Street Haunting is ostensibly a mission to buy a pencil on a winter's evening, but she's really documenting the minutiae of capital living.
Dickens was propelled onto London's night-time streets by insomnia, though his writings take more of an fanciful turn, including imagining Queen Victoria eating peaches and macaroni.
Dalston-based Paravion Press is publishing both works in postcard-sized editions with woodcut illustrations by Autumn Ahn. They cost £5 each and come with envelopes, ready to be sent off to your London-loving friends and family.
Read more: Virginia Woolf's London
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