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Shops stocking One Eye Grey the 21st century penny dreadful

Your best bet of course is to take out a subscription but below are a selection of the outlets that stock One Eye Grey and please do get in touch if you would like to take it on your premises. We are particularly interested in tattooists and barbershops at the moment but it's such a slip of thing that it could equally be at home in cafes, bars or anywhere people gather, such as at the South East London Folklore Society where it is available on sale.

One Eye Grey  is an F and M Publication

 

 South of the Thames

Clapham Bookshop (120 Clapham High St, SW4) Central Lambeth’s only independent bookshop.

Stardust Kids
(Milkwood Road Herne Hill SE24) sells cool children’s clothing, unusual gifts and exclusive products.

Review Bookshop
(131 Bellenden Road, Peckham, SE15). The hub of culture in Peckham.

Nobody's Business (Crampton Street Walworth SE17). Anarchy in SE17? This anarchist resource and cycle repair spot is a great place for revolutionary literature.

Cuming Museum (Walworth Road SE17) Southwark’s museum featuring local collections and Southwark history.

The Electric Elephant Cafe. and Gallery 
186a Crampton Street London SE17 3AE
Cakes, pastries, soups and salads as well as some damn fine coffee. 

Riverside Bookshop (Hays Galleria, Tooley St, London Bridge, SE1) Great for books on Southwark, books on the Thames and London history as well as a wide selection of more general books.

North of the Thames


Atlantis Bookshop (49a, Museum St WC1A 1LY) Best book shop for anything to do with Alistair Crowley and much else occult related in Bloomsbury.

Mysteries
(9-11, Monmouth St, London, WC2H 9DA) London tarot card and new age specialists.

Foyles:
(113 Charing Cross Rd, WC2) Largest independent bookshop in the UK with branches on the South Bank, St. Pancras and Selfridges.

Treadwells
(Tavistock Street WC2) ICA (12 Carlton House Terrace, London) Fantastic array of occult books and focus of witchcraft events.

Newham Bookshop
(745 Barking Road, Upton Park, E13). East London’s finest and most complete collection of East End and London history. 

Houseman Books
(5 Caledonian Road, London, N1 9DX). North London’s best radical bookshop with political and mainstream titles. 

Clerkenwell Tales 30 Exmouth Market EC1

Big Green Bookshop
Unit 1, Brampton Park Road, Wood Green London N22 6BG.