Poet’s Poems No.16 Adrian Mitchell


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First published in 2003 by AGGIE WESTON’S EDITIONS. One of a series of Poet’s Poems pamphlets co-ordinated by poet Stuart Mills,  (1940–2006) co-founder of the Tarasque Press and designed by Colin Sackett. 20cm by 14cm cream wraps. A selection of poems by other poets chosen by Adrian Mitchell who writes: “So here are eight poems I love, eight poems which seem to dance together.” Includes William Blake’s Jerusalem amd The Jumblies by Edward Lear. This copy is from the library of the late poet, publisher and editor Richard Caddell (1949-2003). Condition: Minimal shelf-wear. Very Good indeed condition.


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