Abbey Press is a small publisher in a small town in Somerset, England, where the Christian faith took root as early as 37 AD (the legends say).
  • We publish a small number of our own titles.
  • A complete editorial service can be provided for authors who want to publish their own books, helping them take their manuscript into professional print at reasonable cost. Please contact us for details.
  • We edit and publish Archive, a magazine for users of RiscOS computers. This is a British design, finely crafted and built to last, that deserves to be better known. The magazine was founded in 1987 by Paul Beverley when Acorn launched its Archimedes computer; successor models are now made by other companies. Abbey Press took over editorship in 2007.
  • We edit a well-regarded quarterly newsletter and maintain a website for Glastonbury Conservation Society.
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