Blogs by Doug Holder
A Memoir of 40 years in the Small Press
5/26/2006 6:57:29 AM
A new book available from the Ibbetson Street Press
The Ibbetson Street Press has released a memoir by Hugh Fox "Way, Way Off the Road: The Memoirs of the Invisible Man." This book has anecdotes from 40 years in the small press, by none other than poet, anthropologist, critic and publisher Hugh Fox. In this book, Fox gives it to you straight with no chaser about such people and things as : COSMEP, "Pushcart Emporium," Len Fulton, A.D. Winans, Charles Bukowski, Lyn Lifshin, Harry Smith, Tuli Kufonberg, Richard Kostelantz, Menke Katz, Junior's Deli in Brooklyn, Allen Ginsberg, "The Last Great Poetry Pow Wow," Richard Nason, Dotson Rader, Diane Wakoski, Ghost Dance Magazine, William Wantling, "The Living Underground," and so much more... This is a beautiful perfect bound edition, edited and designed by Steve Glines, with an introduction by Doug Holder. To order go to:
Copies can be attained through the Ibbetson Street Press 25 School St. Somerville, Mass. 02143 $18 postage and handling give two to 4 weeks for delivery.... Make checks out to Ibbetson Street Press or Doug Holder.
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