A6 56 pages
First published as a limited run of 40 copies.
Another Last Word - Cliff Yates (unnumbered)
‘I never thought you were going to start making poetry out of your own hopelessness.’
‘I laughed out loud as well as now and then wincing. Individually they’re like when some cartoons become art, like ‘Lost Consonants’ in the Guardian, but they’re even more than that altogether, the way the poems work with each other. I could see you reading them in Dictionary Corner on Eight Out of Ten Cats Does Countdown, though you’d have to win X Factor first, to be invited on.’