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J.H. Prynne

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24 pages. Lithograph printed on acid-free paper, with colour title page and colophon. Front cover risograph printed in gold. Edition of 250. Stitched with brass wires. A poem in 20 numbered sections.

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In 1975 J.H. Prynne published High Pink on Chrome. The publication was to be avidly devoured by his admirers and fellow poets. Prynne's example loomed large, especially in Cambridge, and John James and Andrew Crozier would both often…

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J. H. Prynne is Britain’s leading late-modernist poet. His work, as it has emerged since the 1960s, when he was close to Charles Olson and Edward Dorn, is marked by a remarkable combination of lyricism and abstraction, at once austere…

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This volume is a new annotated edition of J.H. Prynne's 1983 poem The Oval Window, making use of photographs taken by the poet at the time and place of composition, together with a substantial portfolio supplied by him of source and…

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23 poems, A4 portrait.

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48 pages, in heavy textured card wrappers42 new poems

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12 pages. Lithograph printed on acid-free paper. Covers risographed in red, inside and out. Edition of 250. Stitched with brass wires. A poem in 8 stanzas.

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J.H. Prynne is Britain's leading late Modernist poet. His austere yet playful poetry challenges our sense of the world, not by any direct address to the reader but by showing everything in a different light, enacting slips and changes of…

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32 pages. Text lithograph printed on acid-free paper. Wire stitched in wrappers, risograph printed in full colour. Brass wires. Edition of 250 copies. 24 poems.

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A 50-page prose poem from Prynne.

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15 poems. A5 portrait.

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25 poems on different fruit trees.

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This most recent experiment with words on the page continues the duet-passage between J.H. Prynne and the possibilities of lyrical transformation, subsequent eventually to Poems (Bloodaxe, 2015).

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A sequence of ten poems; in separated continuance, an outcry that ventriloquises and manifests languages of exclusion and yet with dogged persistence protests them. “Oh strike the light, float the boat, for sake of common…

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20 pages. Lithograph printed on acid-free paper. Covers digitally printed in red, inside and out. Collects seven new poems subsequent to the first printing of Memory Working. Produced in two editions, each of 366 copies—a…

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28 pages. A collection of ten poems. Risograph printed on recycled acid-free paper by Earthbound Press, London. Produced in two editions, each of 366 copies—a larger paper format (roughly A5), and a pocket edition (roughly A6).…

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20 pages. Covers digitally printed on 300gsm acid-free paper. Front cover digitally printed in blue; inside covers printed in full colour. Edition of 250. Stitched with brass wires. 16 poems.

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A5 landscape, 20 pages.

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20 pages. A collection of fourteen poems. Risograph printed on recycled acid-free paper by Earthbound Press, London, and hand-sewn into specially commissioned handmade paper wrappers using linen thread. Full-colour title page…

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A new poem, dated 20 June 2021. Edition of 250 copies. Risograph printed and collated, bound and trimmed by hand.

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12 pages. Lithograph printed on acid-free paper. Wire stitched into sparkly purple wrappers. Hammered cream endpapers. Edition of 250. 10 poems.

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20 pages. Lithograph printed on acid-free paper. Covers digitally printed, inside and out, with no two copies exactly alike. Edition of 250. Stitched with brass wires. 16 poems.

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Puttenham defines 'apophthegm' as 'a short, pretty and instructive Sentence, chiefly of a grave and eminent person'; here is a unique collection of apophthegms assembled by the poet J.H. Prynne.

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