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Fred Voss — Singing for Another Revolution - Tangerine Press
Fred Voss — Singing for Another Revolution - Tangerine Press
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Uncollected poems from the US poet. Fred Voss has published three books of poems with Bloodaxe: Goodstone (1991), Carnegie Hall with Tin Walls (1998) and Hammers and Hearts of the Gods (Bloodaxe Books, 2009; Pearl Editions, USA, 2016). He has twice been the subject of feature programmes about his poetry on BBC Radio 4.

With a preface by Alan Dent.

SIGNED by the poet

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16 pages. approx. 6"/150mm wide x 225mm/9" tall. Handsewn at the Sick Tangerine workshop. Mohawk dark grey card covers; front cover artwork embossed in gold. Printed on acid-free text paper; Hahnemuhle Bugra Butten blue endpapers.

New work from the US poet.

With a preface by Alan Dent.

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Fred Voss has been a machinist for over 30 years, picking up the pen and the wrench to chronicle what goes on between tin walls. He has published three books of poems with Bloodaxe, Goodstone (1991), Carnegie Hall with Tin Walls (1998) and Hammers and Hearts of the Gods (Bloodaxe Books, 2009; Pearl Editions, USA, 2016), and a novel, Making America Strong (World Parade Books, US, 2015). His work has been featured prominently by the magazines Bête Noire in Britain and the Wormwood Review in the States, and he won the 1988 Wormwood Award. Love Birds, a collaboration with his poet wife Joan Jobe Smith, won the 1996 Chiron Prize. He has twice been the subject of feature programmes about his poetry on BBC Radio 4. He lives in Long Beach, California, and works in a nearby factory.

Alan Dent is a poet, critic, short-story writer and novelist. He founded and edited The Penniless Press and its successor MQB. He has published hundreds of reviews of modern poetry, many of them collected in his book, Too Much Toothache: The Malaise of Modern Poetry. His latest book is Entertaining Hypocrites: The Playwriting of Joe Orton.

The Walking Wounded Series is an erratic beast. Titles will be released in sporadic bursts over the coming years. 53 titles by 53 different authors, in an edition of 53 numbered copies each. Any copies left unsold after 9 months (from date of issue) will be ceremonially burned and the ashes scattered into the River Wandle outside the Tangerine hq here in south London.

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