The London Bookshop Map is a platform to disseminate writing by artists and promote independent bookshops. 20,000 copies of each print issue are distributed across London. Read all about it (press).

Three Letter Words (2014–18) began as a magazine project concerned with modes of developing counterpublics and the interstices between the print and digital in small-scale art publishing practices. Now a registered charity the organisation is focused on expanding access to the Publish and be Damned Public Library (2004–13).

George Polke (2006–11) was an experiment in assimilation and a gallery façade.

Killing Time is a new editorial collective run by Louise O’Hare and writer Jay Drinkall.