Lomax Press specialises in refreshingly different books for the discriminating collector
of Scottish history, local history, brewing history, crime fiction, detective fiction,
bibliography, and children’s literature.
John Westhouse: a bibliography, by Peter Main.
The brewers and breweries of Ayrshire, Buteshire and Renfrewshire, by Forbes Gibb
and Rob Close.
George Meikle Kemp: a biography, by Morven Leese.
The brewers and breweries of Argyllshire, Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire, by Forbes
“Occasionally I get some nice gems through the post, and the latest to add to the
collection is Marie Brammeld's The Vagabond Book of Stirling. It's one of those nice
books where you can just sit back, and take in some social history in a hugely enjoyable
and well written manner; and it might even name one of your ancestors!” (Scottish
“This illustrated bibliography .... is well produced and organised. A very enjoyable
browsing experience as well as being a useful source of information about publishing
and children’s literature.” (Library Review)
“A careful bibliography with inquisitive biographies of authors and illustrators.”
(The Private Library)
“Lomax Press’s new edition of Take Thee A Sharp Knife is one of the finest productions
I have seen” (Shots)
“Take Thee a Sharp Knife has just been published by Lomax Press in an attractively
produced limited edition. I think it’s marvellous that such an obscure book should
be granted a new life, in high quality format.” (Martin Edwards)