Poetry. "The book's power was to throw the reader's mind into relief with each reading. One looked and saw clearly; each moment being like the instant when a difficult problem suddenly resolves itself" -William Oxley.
About the Author
Simon Cutts is a poet, artist and editor who began Coracle in the early 1970s, having worked with small publications from the 1960s. He began making work through concrete poetry, a form of visual presentation of the poem on the page. Now he sees book-form as the physical metaphor for the poem itself. The Coracle Press Archives are held in the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles. A recent book of essays, Some Forms of Availability, was published last year by Granary Books, New York.