Sometimes a wild god comes to the table.
He is awkward and does not know the ways
Of porcelain, of fork and mustard and silver.
His voice makes vinegar from wine.
When the wild god arrives at the door,
You will probably fear him.
He reminds you of something dark
That you might have dreamt,
Or the secret you do not wish to be shared.
The book of the magical poem by Tom Hirons, with illustrations by Rima Staines. You can read the poem in full at http://tomhirons.com/poetry/sometimes-a-wild-god#wild-god-poem
Lithograph-printed for high quality on 100% recycled paper (140gsm internal, 280gsm Kraft cover) in England, by Calverts, a workers' co-op, this is the first production from Hedgespoken Press. We're very, very pleased with what we've created and we hope you'll love it just as much.
The book is A6 size (4.2″x5.9″) and has 32 inner pages, with 6 beautiful internal black-and-white illustrations. This is the third printing.