We’re almost clean out of everything. THREE COPIES LEFT [woops wow nope they’re all gone] of Amy De’Ath’s CARIBOU, SIX COPIES LEFT of Emily Critchley’s WHEN I SAY I BELIEVE WOMEN, and a mere handful of UCPOz. c a l l t h e c o r o n e r
Subjectivity liberated from the imperatives of purposive activity
Bad Press (EST. 2003) was born in Cambridge, and has since lived in London, Devon and Cornwall. We are a small poetry press, publishing occasional chapbooks of the finest in cutting-edge lyric proficiency. We cannot stand for anyone to be bored where poetry is concerned. STUFFHEADS DISPERSE. PRONTO.