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The Witch of the Inner Wood

By: Lane, M. Travis (edited by Shane Neilson)

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Fredericton, icehouse poetry / Goose Lane Editions: 2016

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 018219

ISBN: 0864928998

Condition: Near Fine


A collection of long poems from a winner of the Atlantic Poetry Prize, the New Brunswick Poetry Prize, the Pat Lowther Memorial Award, and the Bliss Carman Award. Introduction by editor Neilson. White patterned cloth w/silver foil lettering to spine, 377 pages, including afterword and editor's notes & acknowledgements, blue ribbon bookmark. A nice copy w/only light general wear. View more info

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The Beaten-Down Elegies (signed)

By: Neilson, Shane

Price: $60.00

Publisher: Victoria, Frog Hollow Press: 2003

Edition: Limited Edition

Inscription: Signed & Numbered by Neilson

Seller ID: 017420

ISBN: 0-9732776-2-9

Condition: As New


#100 of 125 signed and numbered copies. Poet's first collection. "Set in the rural Maritimes, Neilson has written a series of poems about a childhood locked in the dysfunctional embrace of isolation and terror." 44 pages, hand-coloured title page/cover illustration. "Letterpressed on Zerkall Ingres, a German mould-made paper, and wrapped in Khadi Handmade Cotton Rag in 'terracotta' over an inner cover of handmade St. Armand Canal Paper in 'autumn leaves cream'" and "bound in a long stitch variation using Irish flax thread." View more info

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The Beaten-Down Elegies (signed)

By: Neilson, Shane

Price: $60.00

Publisher: Victoria, Frog Hollow Press: 2003

Edition: Limited Edition

Inscription: Signed & Numbered by Neilson

Seller ID: 017419

ISBN: 0-9732776-2-9

Condition: As New


#99 of 125 signed and numbered copies. Poet's first collection. "Set in the rural Maritimes, Neilson has written a series of poems about a childhood locked in the dysfunctional embrace of isolation and terror." 44 pages, hand-coloured title page/cover illustration. "Letterpressed on Zerkall Ingres, a German mould-made paper, and wrapped in Khadi Handmade Cotton Rag in 'terracotta' over an inner cover of handmade St. Armand Canal Paper in 'autumn leaves cream'" and "bound in a long stitch variation using Irish flax thread." View more info