Launching a new trade distribution partnership: Convivium Press and Alban Books; and you’re invited to the party

Convivium Press and Alban Books Trade Distribution Partnership: Launch Invitation

Convivium Press and Alban Books Trade Distribution Partnership: Launch Invitation (pdf, 184kb)

CONGRATULATIONS to Convivium Press and Alban Books on their new trade distribution partnership, to be officially launched on Wednesday 28th March 2012 at St Paul’s by Westminster Cathedral bookshop — and you, gentle reader, are invited to a drinks reception from 6pm to 7.30pm to mark that launch.

RSVP is not essential but would be appreciated: full contact details may be found on the Launch Invitation flyer (pdf, 184kb).

Describing themselves on their About Us page, Convivium Press write:

Convivium Press, an editorial endeavor inspired by Judeo-Christian humanistic values, strives to promote diversity of thought and affirms perspectives and proposals that can enrich community togetherness and encourage reconciliation among all peoples.

Convivium Press chooses books that reflect and are consistent with the intended meanings of the Latin expressions convivialis and convivium, that is, that human beings and cultures can only attain their full capacity within an episteme framework of human relations, coexistence, togetherness, reconciliation, fraternity, and recognition.

Convivium Press intends to build bridges and create bonds between different cultures by providing a space in which there can be an exchange of perspectives and knowledge tools through the publication of English and Spanish books in the fields of theology, Biblical and Semite studies, philosophy, literature, and Christian spirituality.

Convivium Press become Alban Books’ seventh distributed publisher alongside:

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One thought on “Launching a new trade distribution partnership: Convivium Press and Alban Books; and you’re invited to the party

  1. Ahh wish I could attend the party! I think convivium should make a really good addition to a strong theologically diverse list as already supplied by Alban. I shall look forward to seeing the list in due course 😀

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