Author(s): Joanna Margaret Paul
A book about mothering, love and loss.
The return of a rare book of poems by one of New Zealand's most eloquent artists. Imogen, first published in 1978 by Alan Loney at Hawk Press, depicts, in sparse concrete verse, the birth, short life, and tragic death of her daughter, Imogen Rose.
Awarded the PEN Award for Best First Book of Poetry in 1978, this 2020 edition is a beautifully produced tribute to the original with a hand-stitched, two- cover letterpress wrapper by Fernbank Studio
Small Bore Books is a not-for-profit specialist publisher in art and design. They focus on out-of-print artist books, journals and publications from an earlier era, connecting significant texts with new audiences.
'Prolific and multi-talented, Joanna Paul was one of the most gifted artists of her generation.' –Jill Trevelyan
Joanna Margaret Paul: Since her untimely death in 2004, Joanna Margaret Paul has received increasing attention as a writer, painter and film maker.