The King’s England Press is a small independent publisher which was founded in 1989 and has survived the attempts of various people to kill it off, two recessions, and the theft of the managing director’s banjo in 1993. We are not members of anything or spokesmen for anything which means we are free to speak as we like, and we stand with Arthur Mee when he said: "Faster than imagination this world is moving on. I believe in the possibility of almost everything. The thought of all the wonders time contains does not surprise me. I believe that the poor will be rich and that life will be beautiful for all. I believe disease will disappear. I believe that we shall see and speak to people everywhere. I believe that the glory awaiting us all is greater than the poet says. " [Let’s hope he was right.-Ed.] - Arthur Mee, writing in Arthur Mee's Golden Year, 1936.