Wednesday, 25 March 2009

The beginning of The Arthur Shilling Press?

Oooh...

2 bound editions of The Benholm Potato Growers. One hardback, the other a chapbook. The hardback has the advantage in that each sonnet is on its own square and they can be shuffled, placed and read in any order. The chapbook lines the chess pieces up as if they're waiting for a game to start.



The hardback cover (depicting a line-drawn potato).



Inside the hardback. The squares slide out the side.



An example of a black square & a white square.


Inside of the chapbook.


The Arthur Shilling Press (excellent, non?)

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