In the Open Field, broadside – Stephen Dunn



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An original broadside by Stephen Dunn. Dunn won the Pulitzer Prize in 2001 for Different Hours, and is Distinguished Professor of Creative Writing at Richard Stockton College in New Jersey. “In The Open Field” was published in The Insistence of Beauty by Norton in 2004. On the collection, The Literary Review remarks, “Dunn’s poems reveal a mind alive within its own inner-circlings, the transforming power of loss, the fictions that lead to the core of our truths, the possibility and reality of loving another again.”

Limited edition of 176. The dimensions are 7″ x 13″. Using an antique letterpress, it was printed from copper dies and a linoleum block onto Ingres printmaking papers. Each broadside varies slightly.
All broadsides were printed by Lettre Sauvage in March 2007. Each is signed and numbered by Dunn.


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