I like dance, but you don’t wanna see me dance!—Daniel Lentz from p. 110, Wolfgang Stoerchle, “Success in Failure”, published in  2022
Pati Hill
Impossible Dreams
€15, forthcoming

This publication is a facsimile edition of Pati Hill’s 1976 book. A portion of the text, unaccompanied by illustrations and titled An Angry French Housewife
octopus notes 11
€20

octopus notes is an annual journal that gathers critical essays, academic writing, interviews, archival documents and artist’s projects
Manuel Wetscher
Richard
€30

I got to know the real reason for my father’s death ten years after he passed away. They first told me he died of pneumonia, later on they would say lung cancer. Finally the truth came out from a drunk relative at a birthday dinner
Anne-James Chaton
I have the solution for the planet
€30

This is the first publication dedicated to the visual work of writer and performer Anne-James Chaton. Featuring texts by Frédéric Boyer, Jo Melvin, Emmanuel Tibloux and Carsten Nicolai, it brings together
Pati Hill
One Thing I Know
€10

Published in 1962, One Thing I Know was written in the purest tradition of the American coming-of-age stories. It follows a sixteen-year-old girl, Francesca Hollins, while she discovers
Wolfgang Stoerchle
Success in Failure
€35,00

This is the first monograph on the artist’s work, written by Alice Dusapin who has dedicated extensive research into his life and work since 2017
Bern Porter
The Last Acts of Saint Fuckyou
€10,00

A poem first published in 1975 by Bern Porter, presented in alphabetical order, with the same number of acts for each letter

Daisy is an independent publishing house founded in 2021 by Alice Dusapin and Baptiste Pinteaux, both editors of the magazine octopus notes.

Dedicated to arts and literature, Daisy is driven by a taste for research led projects, pursued as much for sentimental reasons as for historical interest.

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Daisy Editions
43 rue Alexandre Dumas,
75011 Paris, France
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editors
Alice Dusapin
Baptiste Pinteaux

website
Robert Milne

distribution
Idea Books, Amsterdam
Les presses du réel, Dijon
Motto Distribution, Berlin

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