Publications

This page features small press publications from The Paper Plant and books by John Dancy-Jones, the publisher.

Performance poems.  John Dancy-Jones.  1985. second edition 1988.

The Little Heel.  Lee Moore.  illustrated by David Larson. 2004.

Translations from the Unconscious.  Clyde Smith.  1985.  Winner of the 1987 Southern Books Competition special award for alternative publishing.

Kisses by Fred Chappell.  Letterpress folder on hand-laid paper with 2 poems by  former NC Poet Laureate.

Non-Fiction Poems.  Bob Rogers. 1986.

DOUBLE CHAPBOOK _ TWO FOR ONE COMBINED – ABOVE & BELOW

By The Blood.  Ralph Dunn. 1986.

We Humbly Declare a Debt of Gratitude Owed to the Following.  Ralph Dunn.  1998.

The Uninvited Guest.  Billy Odom.  Illustrated by David Larson.

These six short stories represent the best of the many stories with which Billy brought down the house during the Paper Plant Thursday Night Readings in the eighties.
ISBN 0-929170-12-1 $5.00.     order

 

Snapper, My Life with Snapping Turtles.  John Dancy-Jones. 2001.  OP.

David Larson’s 2000 Calendar.

Other NC Press Publications

The Suicide of Hooker Van Dusen.  John Dancy-Jones.  Peloria Press. 1985.

Seeking Shelter.  Clyde Smith.  Clear Words. 1989.

23 Hours. Show publication for retrospective of independent art and alternative music in Raleigh. Editors Lee Moore, Nicole Welch, Karen Kletter.  Bickett Gallery 2003.

The Orphan.  David Wilson. Illustrated by David Larson. 2018. Published by Hastycraft.

 

Poppy Bear.  Children’s book by Raleigh sculptor Joel Haas.  Metal Man Publishing. 2009

Frank Porter Graham.  Warren Ashby. $10.00. Portrait of a Southern liberal.

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