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The Supersensual Life of Ithell Colquhoun by Dr Amy Hale

Please email Francis Boutle Publishers for more information about this book info@francisboutle.co.uk

ISBN 978 1903427 60 6

Ithell Colquhoun is quickly gaining a reputation as not only the lost British female Surrealist, but also as a writer, poet and esoteric theorist. This new publication examines her life and work.


Amy Hale co-edited Inside Merlin’s Cave – A Cornish Arthurian Reader 1000-2000 for Francis Boulte Publishers and wrote a history of the Cornish revival in The Wheel – an anthology of modern poetry in Cornish 1850–1980.

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