Scanning the shelves of the Reading Oxfam bookshop & I happen upon a copy of Boundary 2 - the Jack Spicer issue. That's pretty strange. At £4.99 it's a ... what's the phrase? A no brainer.
I add it to the list of surprising finds in this shop - rare books by Olson, H.D., Pound, Philip Whalen ... am I inadvertently buying up someone's library? There's a definite consistency of taste. Yet how to reconcile this theory with my sporadic visits - at least two or three months apart? What soul-searching lies behind the decision to let this or that title go? Not all at once, no, too hard - just a few at a time.
Or is it those Martians playing a little game?