It might appear that my first two books – Mapping the Present and Understanding Henri Lefebvre – are out of print. Amazon no longer has copies, and the publisher’s website doesn’t let you buy them.
I’ve checked with the publisher and both should still be available as print-on-demand books. This should be rectified on the Continuum site soon. Apparently Amazon won’t list such books. Amazon marketplace and Abebooks etc. are other ways to get hold of them – although quite expensive.
Apparently Mapping the Present has sold 199 hardback copies and 1073 paperback; Understanding Henri Lefebvre 116 hardback and 978 paperback. From conversations I’ve had with publishers, that is apparently quite good for non-text books.