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Lorca's Sonnets of Dark Love


by Jeremy Reed


Poetry Chapbook.

Poetry chapbook printed in an edition of 80 copies.


50 numbered and signed, housed in printed sleeve with inserts including a poetry broadside sonnet. 


26 signed deluxe lettered edition. including a handwritten page by the author, and a signed art print of the cover by the artist Joanna Sellors. Housed in printed boxwith inserts including signed poetry broadsides. 


4 hors commerce in unique covers.

Pre-orders now available through the shop or HERE.




Temenos Academy Talk.

November 28, 2018.

By Jeremy Reed

Printed in an edition of 80 copies.

Pre-orders available through the shop HERE.

Released January 2020.

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THE BLACK BOOK  by Jeremy Reed and Arthur Rimbaud


A new translation, and modern reworking of Arthur Rimbaud's A Season in Hell, by Jeremy Reed. Released here in its first edition of 113 copies, fully letterpress printed and hand-bound in hardback. Printed on 130gsm Hahnemühle Bugra paper on a Vandercook SP-15 press. 


100 copies (1-100). Fully-bound in letterpress-printed black cloth covers with purple endpapers. Signed by the author. 


10 deluxe copies (A-J). Fully-bound in letterpress printed velvet covers with paste-paper endpapers. Each copy contains an original hand-written poem by Jeremy Reed. Signed by the author & housed in a custom- made matching clamshell. 



3 Fully-bound in silk covers with hand-marbled endpapers. Each copy contains an original hand-written poem by Jeremy Reed. Signed by the author & housed in a custom made matching clamshell. Issued hors commerce. 


A new translation and modern reworking of Arthur Rimbaud's The Illuminations, by Jeremy ReedPublished here, in its first edition of 130 hardback copies, of which 4 are issued hors commerce), all signed by the author. Featuring art by the legendary San Francisco artist Bob Branaman. Hand-bound and letterpress printed by Bill Roberts at Bottle of Smoke Press.

To secure your copy please follow the links below.

Numbered Edition (100 copies) Cloth hardback. Signed. 

Lettered Deluxe Edition (26 copies) Signed by both.

Bound in Vellum, housed in custom-made clamshell box with original handwritten poem by Jeremy Reed, and signed perforated tab sheet of cover art by Bob Branaman. 


Glass interviews writer Jeremy Reed — prophet of the radical and marginalised

“Part desperation, high on risk and big crowd anonymity,” visionary poet Jeremy Reed intones in a sotto voce yet raspy drawl upon Piccadilly Bongo, the album opener to Big City Dilemma, his first aural chancing with musician and producer Itchy Ear. This is an effective miniaturisation of the visionary scribe’s vast polarities – all glamour and glut, mundanity and miasma. An insidious jarring of lyric and sound. During a 30-year career, he has had over 40 works published ranging from collections of poetry, novels and biographies of Scott Walker and Anna Kavan amongst others. It is a wonder he hasn’t utilised this form before.

Glass meets Jeremy in Patisserie Valerie on Old Compton Street, or Pat Val as he fondly refers to it, once of the last starry-eyed haunts of a fading Soho. Like a modern-day Marcus Aurelius, Jeremy exudes a certain erudite calm amongst the busy carnage of his surrounds. He is wistful yet never obtuse, succinct in his recollections. A charming dichotomy trussed up in a purple beret …"

'Reed is the English Rimbaud'

Edmund White


‘One of the most original virtuoso voices to be heard in the poetry of our time’. 

Lawrence Ferlinghetti


‘The most beautiful, outrageously brilliant poetry in the world’. Bjork


‘Reed’s poetry is full of rich and careful writing, dense with pleasure in words that pleasure the world and waken us to its lovely surprises’. Seamus Heaney

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