Sunday, April 30

Fulcrum Press (1965-74)

Wikipedia - "Fulcrum Press (1965-74) was founded in London in the mid-1960s by medical student Stuart Montgomery (born 1938, in Rhodesia) and his wife Deirdre. Montgomery later became an eminent psychiatrist and expert in depression. Earning a reputation as the premier small press of the late '60s to early '70s, Fulcrum published major American and British poets in the modernist and the avant-garde traditions in carefully designed books on good paper. The Fulcrum Press made a significant contribution to the British Poetry Revival and was one of the best known little presses of the period, recognized for publishing the works of Modernist poets including Ezra Pound, Basil Bunting, Allen Ginsberg and Roy Fisher. ..."
[PDF] The Fall of Fulcrum
FULCRUM: an anthology of poetry and aesthetics
Jacket Magazine: Past, present and future