Seizin Press

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The Seizin Press was a small press, founded in 1927 by Laura Riding and Robert Graves in London. From 1930 to 1937 it operated out of Majorca.

Besides work by Graves and Riding, it published Gertrude Stein, Len Lye and James Reeves. It ceased on the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War; there was a later New Seizin Press.

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