The Horseshoe Press was first used as my self-publishing name in 1990. I was then working at The Poetry Library in London and part of my job was photocopying thousands (literally) of poetry magazine and information lists which I assure you is mind-numbing work.

The library though was lovely and whilst there I produced one full A5 pamphlet and a scattering of aborted ideas for publications. All were to be made on a photocopier! We talking pre-computer days so I assembled the copier templates from photographs, drawings and type written manuscripts!

Here are some photos of the work produced in early 1990s.