of Lichen & Moss

Erica Van Horn & Kate Van Houten


125 x 140mm, digitally printed, 32pp. casebound paper over boards. ISBN 978-0-906630-65-5. Thirteen drawings by Kate Van Houten, with 11 texts by Erica Van Horn.

€15.00 W/AB


Martin Rogers


Thermographed postcard, using the old embossing technique, as a transcription of a till receipt for plants purchased at B&Q in 2010

€3.00 E

picodons & pélardons

Simon Cutts


glass versions of the texts of the two poems, first published in 2010 as a folded booklet with wrappings to emulate cheese paper, and cut-outs for the space of the small discs. Here the glass discs are held in sockets in a binders box, with embossed lid and colophon label. An edition of 25 copies.

€325.00 O

A Table in Ballybeg

Simon Cutts & Erica Van Horn


64pp 4-colour offset 185 x 145mm casebound paper over boards. ISBN 9780906630631.An edition of 250 copies made at the time of the epidemic lockdown in all of Europe, but where life in our valley was much as it usually is, but with no visitors. We have endured almost a year eating our own food, with no abatement. No cafés to visit. No tables to travel to. No take-away. We live in a suspension of the past and of the imagined future, anticipating a time when we can hang up the apron, if only temporarily.

€20.00 N OW

seasonal words

Harry Gilonis


236pp 175 x 125mm offset. 300 copies casebound. ISBN 9780906630648. These versions of Japanese haiku from various writers, translated by the poet, Harry Gilonis were initially sent out as a daily e-mail; initially to a handful of friends, but the number grew and grew. They were not begun with a set plan, nor duration; they went out from 17 September to 24 December; neatly dividing almost exactly into autumn and winter (by Japanese seasonal definitions). Harry Gilonis is a poet, editor, publisher, and critic writing on art, poetry, and music. Since the late 1980s he has written various books of poetry (published by Carcanet Press, among others), and has collaborated with other poets. His writing has been translated into Catalan, Gaelic, German, Polish, and Spanish. In 2018, The Guardian published Gilonis’ piece ‘a small alba’ as its Poem of the Week.

€25.00 P