Sceptre Press


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Publishing Ruth Fainlight
In 1979 RF issued in an edition of 150 copies through Sceptre (which had already published her Two Fire Poems in 1977, also in 150 copies) a single-poem pamphlet called The Function of Tears...
Publishing Karen Gershon
The volume is dedicated to her youngest child, Naomi . One of the poems, Jepthah's Daughter, had appeared alone from Sceptre Press in a limited edition of 150 copies the previous year.
Gershon, Karen. Coming Back From Babylon. Gollancz.
University of Alberta Libraries On-line Catalogue.
Publishing Frances Horovitz
The Sceptre Press printed 150 copies of FH 's poem Letter to be Sent by Air.
British Books in Print. J. Whitaker and Sons.
OCLC WorldCat. Accessed 1999.
Publishing Frances Horovitz
The Sceptre Press printed twenty-six of the one hundred copies of FH 's Dream: A Poem on laid paper in 1969. These twenty-six copies were hand-bound, hand-sewn, labelled A to Z, and signed by the...
Publishing Frances Horovitz
FH signed the first fifty copies of another poem published singly, Elegy, of which the Sceptre Press printed 150 copies in 1976.
OCLC WorldCat. Accessed 1999.
This too reappeared in Water over Stone and in Collected Poems.
Textual Production Ruth Fainlight
RF followed two slim limited editions from Sceptre with another full-scale poetry volume from Hutchinson : Sibyls and Others.
“Contemporary Authors”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Centre-LRC.


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Horovitz, Frances. Letter to be Sent by Air. Sceptre Press, 1974.