Blown Roses poems by Nancy McCleery

with linocuts by Jaime Hackbart

Told me she quit wearing any perfume at all and
was looking for a friendship she could believe in,
build on, maybe not for an eternity, but for life.
She said her pheromones were probably dead anyway.

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Denise Brady hand set the Perpetua and Optima italic display and printed text and linocuts using a Vandercook proof press on Somerset Book paper made at the Inversek mill in England. She also sewed the sheets using a visible long stitch into covers of French Specklestone, a recycled paper, and Thai Unryu endsheets. 9 1/2 (h) by 6 1/4 inches. 28 pages. One hundred twenty-five copies, hand numbered. $35.00

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