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all the latest information as @ 6 January 2023

Great news for non-UK residents!

If you reside outside UK there is an alternative to Amazon for your hard copy of the book – Print on Demand! Starting NOW Cranko: the Man and his Choreography  is available through the IngramSpark/ Lightning Source alliance.  This scheme offers access to more readers worldwide than anyone else. This is achieved through their collaboration and partnerships with independent bookstores, online stores and  local niche retailers in Continental Europe, USA, Canada  as well as Australasia and many bookstores in South Africa. Ingram, through  Global Connect, is a truly global concern, so wherever you are, you’re assured of access.

For UK residents the most reliable method of getting your copy is to visit to the publishers’ website at www.troubador.co.uk/bookshop/biography/cranko where you can pay by credit card or PayPal. By ordering from Troubadour directly, customers are effectively cutting out the middle man so any issues with getting the book out to the customer can be dealt with efficiently.
Depending on where you are in the world, postage rates do, of course, vary. The Troubadour Bookshop checkout will calculate the rate for you.

Thanks to an Australian print run (with a limited number of signed copies), Australasian residents can obtain the book from Bloch stores or by Bloch mail order here: https://www.bloch.com.au/collections/media/products/16000-cranko-the-man-and-his-choreography-by-ashley-killar

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Only someone breathing alongside the person concerned could produce a book this brilliant! – Sheila Chisholm

Mesmerising! – Adrienne Sichel


You may be interested to know that the Troubadour staff plant a tree for every new author they publish. Partnering with More Trees, the scheme will offset 0.3 tonnes of carbon, support projects overseas providing farmers and villages with skills and employment, and combat deforestation. By contrast, Amazon is certainly not helping it’s namesake’s plight, and it’s proven unfair trade practices have been widely criticised. I strongly encourage you as a prospective purchaser to support bookshops that have, so far, managed to remain independent of monopolising giants such as Amazon.

Ashley

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