The Purging of Spence Broughton, a Highwayman
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2015. Hand-stamped A5 landscape pamphlet comprising the text of the original pamphlet publication (Longbarrow Press, 2009) and several ‘Illustrations’, one of which (‘Pitchcapping’) is new and exclusive to this edition. Click here for more details of The Purging of Spence Broughton, including recordings, essays and short films.
2013. Hardback. 96pp. The Footing is an anthology of specially commissioned poems on the theme of walking, with substantial contributions from Angelina Ayers, James Caruth, Mark Goodwin, Rob Hindle, Andrew Hirst, Chris Jones and Fay Musselwhite. Rob Hindle’s contribution to the anthology is Flights and Traverses, five long poems and sequences based on five walks in and around Sheffield, each taking as its stimulus the notion of a one-way journey made by people at different points in history. His essay on the ‘ganglands’ of 1920s Sheffield (the setting for his poem ‘Princess Street to the Wicker’) appears here. You can listen to him reading this poem (on location in Sheffield) below:
See Rob Hindle’s website for details of his other publications.