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A journey up the coast, poetry and illustrations

Armstrong, RD [aka RainDog]

ISBN 10: 1929878095 / ISBN 13: 9781929878093
Editorial: The Lummox Press, San Pedro, 2000
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Unpaginated, about 45p. of text and pix, untrimmed 5.5x4 inch stapled wraps, second edition, one of one hundred copies. Fine, signed as "RD Armstrong" on the title page in ballpoint with a tiny handdrawn car. Line map shows where he went and where he stopped, not least happily in Logos the Santa Cruz bookshop. Little red book vol. 11. N° de ref. de la librería 153880

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Título: A journey up the coast, poetry and ...

Editorial: The Lummox Press, San Pedro

Año de publicación: 2000

Encuadernación: Soft cover

Ejemplar firmado: Signed by Author(s)

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John Bennett writes about life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness in this collection of shards (flash fiction & non-fiction) and poems. Bennett has been a small press fixture since the early 60s, you could almost call him an American Standard...

About the Author:

JOHN BENNETT writes with a tiny, fist-sized stuffed bear in sorcerer's garb on top of his computer. Not too many years back he wrote on a wide-carriage manual typewriter. On the road he writes on legal pads and napkins. The bear is a gift from his granddaughter, a perceptive, jewel of a girl with laughing eyes. Veteran small-press poet and writer, editor and publisher of the legendary Vagabond Press. A brace of fine books to his credit, including the novel Bodo that came out in New York, London and Prague editions and got nominated for the Los Angeles Times Book of the Year Award. Go to the Hcolom Press web site for a complete listing of published books along with synopses and feedback: http://www.hcolompress.com/Books.html Began writing Shards in the mid-nineties and has never looked back.

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