Title: Center Broadsides 2013 Reading Series.
Publisher: Center for Book Arts,, New York:
Publication Date: 2014
Edition: First Edition, Limited to 100 copies..
15.2"5 x 13.25" 12 broadsides. Twelve broadsides, each representing the work of an individual poet who gave a reading at The Center for Book Arts in New York, are enclosed in an artistic portfolio that not only provides protection but also appeals to the eye. As part of the Broadside Reading Series, a letterpress printer (sometimes the poet who gave the reading) creates a broadside of one of the author's poems that captures the essence of the verse and the story they told. New. Bookseller Inventory # 24381
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