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Singing All Night In the Plum Tree, Michael Hannon 2006

A poem by Michael Hannon printed in Paramount on a sheet of Japanese gasen-shi in three colors then folded at the head and spine. A delicate purple line runs through both the title page and the text. It is printed from the same magnesium plate as was used in 2001 for the Philip Levine broadside, The Return: Orihuela, 1965.

An unsigned edition of 225 copies was especially made for Verse Into Type, the American Printing History Association’s poetry portfolio for 2006. A cover has been added to the second 2006 edition. The cover is printed in two colors on dampened Renaissance III, a vintage handmade paper from the Barcham Green Hayle Mill in England and no longer available. This edition of 100 numbered copies is signed by the poet.

9.25 inches by 6.25 inches. 4 pages. $75
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