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Welcome to Armadillo Central

We are independent publishers of new fiction, poetry and non-fiction, showcasing the best writing alongside original and limited edition art. We ship worldwide. Prices convert to local currency as you purchase. To keep up to date with latest news, special offers, new products and other events join our mailing list. To follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest, use the links at the bottom of each page. Thanks for visiting!


International Translation Day 2014

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Armadillo Central TranslatesCelebrating diversity in language and culture, with thanks to Rod Nelson for the graphics. Hav en god oversætterdag! Grattis på Hieronymusdagen - översättarnas egen dag! Sveikiname su vertėjų diena! God oversetterdag! God omsetjardag! Hyvää kääntäjienpäivää! Buona giornata della traduzione! God oversætterdag!

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Tim Walton Art Exhibition In Kew

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Tim Walton The Camels Were of StoneWe're thrilled to be showcasing the work of multi-talented artist Tim Walton in a dedicated show at The Petal Pusher in Kew, Richmond from 4th September onwards.

Find out more about the artist, the private view event and the exhibition, which includes original oils, drawings on paper and mixed media works, on our dedicated exhibition page: Tim Walton Kew 2014.

 

Egg Awards 2014

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Gull on Boat by Jennifer Copley-MayWe were good eggs last year and donated a print to Ralph's fresh organic Egg Awards. We thought the prizes needed spicing up in 2014, so we're throwing a seagull into the mix - every good home should have one. Jennifer Copley-May's Gull On Boat is one of our most popular prints and comes in two sizes.

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Jennifer Copley-May Exhibition

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The Waiting Game by Jennifer Copley-MayOur favourite local exhibition space, the Petal Pusher café in Kew, London, is currently hung with Jennifer Copley-May's latest works, including a series of original woodcuts and some exclusive Hahnemühle fine art paper prints. Find out more on the dedicated show page: Jennifer Copley-May Kew 2014.

 

The Inflatable Buddha - Budapest Times Review

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The Budapest Times Inflatable Buddha review Another great review for author András Kepes’ first novel, The Inflatable Buddha, this time by Bénédicte Williams, published in the latest issue of English language Hungarian weekly newspaper, The Budapest Times.

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Armadillo Central Blog Launched

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Malcolm Appleby engraved bowlWe've launched a blog to cover the armadillos' busy extra-curricular activities. See the Festival of Silver at the Goldsmiths' Centre exhibition review, featuring British furniture makers' and silversmiths' work, including this exquisite bowl by renowned engraver Malcolm Appleby.

 

A Few Words from the Artist

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Tim Walton Trees IIWe said he was multi-talented. On the eve of his solo show's official opening Tim Walton wrote these lines. "It looks like a poem - which it is certainly not. But that's how I wrote it down." We're delighted to publish a few words from the artist...

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Festival Colours: Ana Stankovic-Fitzgerald

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Neon II by Ana Stankovic-FitzgeraldFestival season is in full swing, whatever the weather - a great opportunity to immerse yourself in great sounds. Whether it's Justin Timberlake at V Festival this coming weekend, or Verdi's La Traviata at Glyndebourne until the 23rd August, whichever strikes a chord, it's also a chance to air your most fanciful or elegant clothes.

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Hungarian Review May 2014: The Inflatable Buddha

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The Inflatable Buddha by András KepesThe Hungarian Review champions Central and Eastern European authors, with the aim to both reflect an ongoing debate on the future of Europe, and to help shape it. We are honoured to be included in its pages with a review of András Kepes' The Inflatable Buddha by the distinguished politician, professor and author Géza Jeszenszky, currently Hungary's ambassador in Norway.

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Three Graces by Bert Holländer

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Bert Hollander Three GracesBert Höllander’s contemporary Trois Graces (Three Graces) has classic antecedents. It may reference the daughters of Jupiter or Zeus in Greek mythology.

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Literary Review: The Inflatable Buddha

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Eger Journal of English StudiesEszterházy Károly Főiskola, a distinguished Hungarian university, has published a review of András Kepes's novel The Inflatable Buddha. The three-page review, by Krisztina Kaló, has been printed in the latest annual issue of the Eger Journal of English Studies, volume XIII.

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Online Press: World Travel Luxury

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World Travel Luxury Online Press 3 14Lovely mention for Ana Stankovic-Fitzgerald's original art on World Travel Luxury's website, together with a reference to David Bache's rare Andy Warhol limited edition prints.

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