Thursday, May 19, 2016

backlist #14: mclennan, Anstee, ospf, Mancini + PFYC,

Given the above/ground press archive is together for the first time, I've been digging through boxes and discovering titles I thought either completely out-of-print or very close. It was suggested to me that perhaps I should start offering various titles to the public, simply to see what might appeal (scroll down here to see the list to date). To order, send cheques (add $1 for postage; outside Canada, add $2) to: rob mclennan, 2423 Alta Vista Drive, Ottawa ON K1H 7M9 or paypal at www.robmclennan.blogspot.com:

98. First you know, and then so ordinary, by rob mclennan
$4 each / 10 copies available
originally published in an edition of 200 copies, March 2011

99. Frank St., by Cameron Anstee
$6 each / 2 copies available
originally published in an edition of 200 copies, March 2010

100. Ottawa Small Press Book Fair, Catalogue of Exhibitors
$10 each / 6 copies available
originally published for the first edition (print run: unknown) of the ottawa small press book fair, October 1994
co-founded/organized by rob mclennan and James Spyker
catalogue designed by James Spyker

101. DAMN YOU, FITZPATRICK, ed. rob mclennan
poems by Amanda Earl, rob mclennan, Christine McNair, Max Middle and Pearl Pirie
$6 each / 2 copies available
originally published in an edition of 200 copies, September 2008

102. Causal Talk / interviews with four poets, by Donato Mancini
interviews with rob mclennan, David W. McFadden, Dorothy Trujillo Lusk and George Bowering
$12 each / 2 copies available
originally published in an edition of 300 copies, June 2004

103. the address book (erasure), by rob mclennan
$10 each / 2 copies available
originally published in an edition of 300 copies, April 2006

104. The Peter F. Yacht Club #1, ed. rob mclennan
poems by Stephen Brockwell, Anita Dolman, Laurie Fuhr, Clare Latremouille, Melanie Little, James Moran, Peter Norman, Artie Gold, Suzanne Zelazo and Rob Budde
artwork by Tom Fowler
$10 each / 6 copies available
originally published in an edition of 200 copies, September 2003

No comments: