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mick guffan • stupor's chain • new poems

Mick Guffan - Stupor's Chain - Tangerine Press
Mick Guffan - Stupor's Chain - Tangerine Press
  • One edition: 100 numbered copies

A dozen new poems from enigmatic Irish poet/builder Mick Guffan (1953-2006). A typically askance look at James Joyce, unemployment, crystal meth, perverted landlords and other matters.

These poems have been taken from the unpublished collection The Quoin Fellow.

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100 Numbered/signed copies

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24 pages. Format approx. 7"/175mm wide x 250mm/10" tall. Handsewn, single section. Quarter bound with hand marbled paper covered boards and Japanese Silk spine; front cover artwork embossed in black; Heritage book white archival quality, Fourdrinier made, acid-free text paper; Hahnemuhle ‘old antique’ laid endpapers. 'Signature scraps' encased in numbered, retro brown paper wage packets, included with all copies. ISBN: 978-1-910691-04-5

All copies 'signed' by the poet.

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Mick Guffan (1953-2006) was born in An Sciobairín, Cork, Ireland, the youngest of five brothers. He came to England at the age of 18, working variously as a taxi driver, airplane cleaner and finally as a carpenter. He died at St. George’s Hospital, Tooting, London on 14th June 2006, his body set about by nervous exhaustion following a gun shot wound.

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