HOW OFTEN DO WE REMEMBER [SIGNED COPY]. Elizabeth Clare, Eli.
HOW OFTEN DO WE REMEMBER [SIGNED COPY]

HOW OFTEN DO WE REMEMBER [SIGNED COPY]

Oakland, California: Amphibian Press, 1987. First Edition. Paperback. Inscribed by the author and also with a handwritten personal letter laid in. 24 pages. Coral colored wraps with flaps with cover titles in black, tall octavo. Staining to inside flaps along the edge, small light stain to bottom front, edgewear along the top. Stringbound, binding sound. Interior has stains along front margin of prelims and along margins of last three pages. Otherwise clean. Printed at Eucalyptus Press at Mills College, Oakland. Seven Poems. Good Plus. Item #76154

"These poems were written on the Great Peace March for Global Nuclear Disarmament, an eight and a half month walk from Los Angeles to Washington D.C." [Frontis]. Eli Clare is a poet and activist, "who helped organize the first Queerness and Disability Conference, and speaks widely about disability, queer identities and social justice." [Google Books].

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