Ordering

Xoanon Publishing Ltd specialises in limited fine editions and operates a private subscription policy for the sale of its works. We thank our existing subscribers for their patient and generous support of our work to date. Those interested in the purchase of future titles but not yet on our private list may write to our address. Your name and details will then be placed on our private subscriber list and you will be notified in advance as soon as a new title is available for reservation. If confirmation of your placement on the subscriber list is required, please enclose an SAE.

Given the nature of our publishing we reserve the right to offer specific non-public titles to customers of good report. We likewise reserve the right to remove individuals from the list or withhold our works from the unsuitable. It is our hope that by such means we may attempt the placement of our works in the hands of an honourable and appreciative readership.

Please note, all new titles ordered directly from Xoanon will be sold at pre-publication cost to our subscribers on a ‘first-come. first-served’ basis. For all future titles we will reserve one copy per edition per customer only. Note that this does not prevent customers purchasing both standard and deluxe versions of a single title.

While Xoanon operates primarily as a service to its private subscribership, we also place our volumes with selected occult booksellers. Those seeking second-hand and post-publication copies of our titles are referred to Caduceus Books in the United Kingdom and JD Holmes Bookseller in the United States. Reputable book dealers handling our titles include both Weiser Antiquarian and Fields Bookstore.

Those wishing to purchase our titles via credit card are requested to directly contact the following retailers:

JD Holmesjdholmes@fastmail.fm

Weiser Antiquarianmail@weiserantiquarian.com

Fields Bookstorefields@fieldsbooks.com

Midian Books

Please note that credit card surcharges will apply for this service. 

It has been observed that all titles issued by Xoanon have, once sold out, reached substantial prices on the second-hand market. This is of course a reflection of demand and quality, and remains a prerogative of the market itself. Whilst not a matter of responsibility for Xoanon, we do hope it provides incentive for all interested parties to place their details on our private list.