Bandit Poet

Jeremy Reed

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Status available
Release Date Winter 2018
Limitation 24 copies
Size 16 × 24 cm
Pages 320
Weight 780 g
ISBN 978-3-945795-27-9
Edition lettered edition
Workmanship The lettered edition is fully cloth-bound in a fabric with a striking moire effect, with silver title on spine and a silk ribbon page marker. The front cover has an embedded mirror-image of Jeremy Reed. Signed by the author.
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Content

“Bandit Poet” by Jeremy Reed is an outrageously controversial memoir, about his life in London from the early eighties, which celebrates the brilliant losers and a life lived on the edge of the edge.

Called by the Independent ‘British poetry’s glam spangly shape-shifting answer to David Bowie’ Jeremy Reed is a unique phenomenon in poetry – a romantic bandit fuelled with Rimbaud’s visionary impulse.

The lettered edition is signed by Jeremy Reed.