With Teeth in My Pocket, by Stephen Applin
Titan and Weald is pleased to announce the publication of With Teeth in My Pocket, a collection of ten poems by Stephen Applin.
Images: Wood engraving frontispiece, by Isak Applin
Edition: 200 copies letterpress printed on Mohawk Superfine paper
Typeface: Linotype Caledonia and hand set Bulmer
Printers: Isak Applin and Wolfe Editions
Binders: Hardbound edition, Martha Kearsley
Regular edition, Isak Applin and Valerie Thai
Size: 9 5/8” x 6 1/4”, 24 pages
Stephen Applin’s poems explore the strife of the midnight shift, the bittersweet beauty of a milltown childhood, and the solace he found working a small plot of land in the Taconic mountains.
Poems in this volume previously appeared in the Anthology of Magazine Verse, California State Poetry Quarterly, Washout Review and Zephyrs. This collection was edited by John Moffitt and Dave Snyder.
Stephen Applin, 1945 – 2015, was born in Providence, Rhode Island and lived in New Hampshire, Louisiana, and upstate New York. He worked as a cook, university instructor and postal clerk. When he wasn’t writing poetry, he and his wife Dianne chopped wood and grew vegetables on their alpine farm.
Regular edition: $25 (plus $2 for shipping and handling in the U.S. and Canada) and may be ordered by credit card or PayPal by clicking here.
Hardbound edition: $110 (plus $10 for shipping and handling in the U.S. and Canada) and may be ordered by credit card or PayPal by clicking here. Books in this edition come with an additional loose print of the frontispiece printed on an off-white, unidentified Japanese paper.
Individuals who would like multiple copies, who wish to pay by check or reside outside of the U.S. and Canada should email us at: isak (at) titanandweald (dot) com