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Quait is a journal of concrete & formal poetry, each issue of which is dedicated to a different poetic form.
This first issue features 15 ‘dicotyledons’ by as many poets. A dicotyledon typically comprises two words that differ by one letter. For instance ‘previous’ & ‘precious’. The name comes from botany, where it refers to a seed that contains two embryonic leaves.
Ken Cockburn, Alec Finlay, Kathryn Gerard, Jeff Hilson, Julie Johnstone, Ira Lightman, Gerry Loose, Kevin MacNeil, Stephen Nelson, Alistair Peebles, Aram Saroyan, Richard Skelton, David Spittle, Greg Thomas
Hand-stitched; numbered edition of 250