When I interviewed the philosopher Simon Critchley a wee while back he mentioned the poetry of Geoffrey Squires. Diligent as I am, I wrote to his publisher Wild Honey Press to get a review copy of his Untitled and Other Poems but, frustratingly, they never responded to my email. (I note today that Geoffrey's Twenty-one Poems was published by our friends at the Menard Press, but that was back in 1980, so that collection is no doubt well out of print. I'll check.) Anyway, Geoffrey has just written to let me know that a new long poem of his, Lines, has recently been published as a free downloadable ebook by Shearsman.

Update: Well, good to know, Geoffrey Squires' XXI Poems is, indeed, still in print (with the Menard Press).

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