“Bandit Poet” by Jeremy Reed is an outrageously controversial memoir, about his life in London from the early eighties, which celebrates the brilliant losers and a life lived on the edge of the edge.
Called by the Independent ‘British poetry’s glam spangly shape-shifting answer to David Bowie’ Jeremy Reed is a unique phenomenon in poetry – a romantic bandit fuelled with Rimbaud’s visionary impulse.
“Bandit Poet” will come in an edition of 170 numbered hardcover exemplars.
It has 316 pages and will have a silk book mark.
The lettered edition will be signed by Jeremy Reed, is bound in a stunning fabric with a moire effect and bears an embedded mirror.
Price of the numbered edition: 58.00 Euro (49.00 Euro plus 9.00 Euro shipping)
Price of the lettered edition: 277.00 Euro (268.00 Euro plus 9.00 Euro shipping)