The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald

In 1922, F. Scott Fitzgerald announced his decision to write “something new–something extraordinary and beautiful and simple + intricately patterned.” That extraordinary, beautiful, intricately patterned, and above all, simple novel became The Great Gatsby, arguably Fitzgerald’s finest work and certainly the book for which he is best known.

With a new Introduction by Geoff Dyer.

Alex Webb: The Suffering of Light

The Suffering of Light, with an introduction by Geoff Dyer, is Alex Webb’s first comprehensive monograph, looking back over his thirty-year career as a photographer.

Alec Soth: From Here to There

Geoff Dyer’s essay on Alec Soth’s series Sleeping by the Mississippi features in this survey of the American photographer’s work from the past 15 years.

Richard Avedon: Photographs 1946-2004

Geoff Dyer writes about the work of Richard Avedon in this catalogue published on the occasion of a major retrospective of Avedon’s work at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark.

Martin Parr: Small World

This new edition of Small World, Martin Parr’s exploration of tourism worldwide, features an introduction by Geoff Dyer.

Adam Bartos: Boulevard

Geoff Dyer has contributed an essay to Boulevard, Adam Bartos’s visual tale of two disparate cities – Paris and Los Angeles.

Enrique Metinides

Enrique Metinides spent more than fifty years taking pictures of accidents, disasters and tragedies in Mexico City. His work is presented in this book with an introduction by Geoff Dyer.