Delivery / Returns
We make every effort to ensure all products are in stock, but in the event of us not having your chosen product we will contact you and offer either a refund or a later delivery if possible.
We offer UK delivery through Royal Mail First Class or First Class Signed For, which usually arrives within one to two working days after despatch. We use Parcelforce on heavier or bulkier orders, which can take two working days to arrive. First Class Signed and Parcelforce required a signature as proof of delivery.
International orders are sent by Royal Mail International Standard, which takes 10–14 working days. This service is not tracked: if you wish to pay extra for a tracked and/or expedited service please email us before placing an order: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bulkier or heavier shipments will be sent using Parcelforce Global or UPS Express, which takes around three working days from despatch. We aim to process orders within three working days, although at busy times we may take up to one working week. Orders placed on a Saturday, Sunday or Monday will be processed from the next working day. If you need something in a hurry please call or email us before placing an order: email@example.com
We hope you are happy with your purchases from Editorial Facsimile, but if not, we can offer a refund on any item as long as it is returned in a saleable condition. Please note that we are unable to reimburse postage costs for returns. For further information, or to make a return, write to us at
EF Special Collections
Special Collections at Editorial Facsimile Library includes a wide range of zines, artists books and rare books.
This small but significant collection of publications began in 2015. It represents the work of current artists, particularly those who are active in the international publishing network.
We have a collection around 500 zines with topics such as memory, war, illustration, mental health, nature, sexuality, feminism, music, poetry, among others. It is a collection for teaching and learning purposes to encourage zine makers and beginners find inspiration and new perspectives.
Mexican Miniature Artist Book Collection
We have a collection around 100 artists books in a miniature size, an often-used definition is that a piece of miniature art can be held in the palm of the hand. Our intention is to open a debate to reflect, experiment and discuss about the size in books, support and celebrate small editions.
Rare Book Collection
We have a collection around 50 book works that may not be in other special collections because its complex characteristics and difficult way to catalogue them and consider them as a book or art multiple.
Our policy is to purchase only items during art book fairs, zine fairs and exhibitions. It you would like to be part of these collections, please send us an invitation to your event or make a donation by post. We are working on a catalogue and developing a space in Mexico for its dissemination, research and appreciation. They can be viewed by appointment at the moment: firstname.lastname@example.org
We enjoy collaboration through publishing, we invite you to read our manifesto and making a proposal to us.
Making a proposal
Please send us an email with your publishing proposal, we will have a look and if we can make a small production and/or distribution we will follow up with an editorial agreement: email@example.com Please note that we will give priority to Latin American countries but we are looking forward to hear from you.