Monday, 29 June 2015

Corbel Stone Press – some recent publications

some recent editions from Corbel Stone Press

Thomas A Clark – Shade
drawings by Laurie Clark
32 pages, 17 x 10,8 cm
published in 2014 in an edition of 72 numbered copies

Reiliquiae Volume Two
Reliquiae is an annual journal of poetry, short fiction, translations and visual art, edited by Autumn Richardson and Richard Skelton.
Volume Tow has contributions by Thomas A Clark, Mark Valentine, Don Domanski and others, and an interview between Richard Skelton and his father.
120 pages, 23,5 x 15,5 cm
isbn 978-0-9572121-8-3
published in 2014

The Inward Circles
Belated Movements for an Unsanctioned Exhumation August 1st 1984
The second album by Richard Skelton under the moniker The Inward Circles, published in April 2014.
'Belated Movements for an Unsanctioned Exhumation August 1st 1984 is Richard Skelton's second album as The Inward Circles, following 2014's Nimrod is Lost in Orion and Osyris in the Doggestarre. If his previous offering hovered 'between the empyreal and the subterranean', Belated Movements is resolutely earthbound, beginning at ground level and slowly moving ever downward. The title is a reference to 'Lindow Man', one of many bog bodies discovered in northern Europe in the twentieth century, and continues an archaeological theme which first surfaced in his 2013 *AR collaboration with Autumn Richardson, entitled Succession.'
Music CD, edition of 500

Editions are available at Corbel Stone Press, run by Richard Skelton and Autumn Richardson in Cumbria, England.
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