To What Strangers, What Welcome: A Sequence of Short Poems by J. V. Cunningham
To What Strangers, What Welcome: A Sequence of Short Poems by J. V. Cunningham (Published by Alan Swallow, Denver / 'copyright 1964 by J. V. Cunningham')
In 1961, US poet J. V. Cunningham was described as 'the most consistently distinguished poet writing in English today, and one of the finest in the language.'
This is one of 1,000 printed copies and is a beautiful handbound saddle-stitched edition printed on Hamilton's Andorra paper and it is designed by the celebrated US book designer and photographer, Theodore Jung. So it's quite an item on many levels. Clean, unmarked pages and only light signs of wear to cover. Near fine condition. Dispatched from UK within three days.