The Horseshoe Press was first used as my self-publishing name in 1990. I was then working at The Poetry Library in London and part of my job was photocopying thousands (literally) of poetry magazine and information lists which I assure you is mind-numbing work. The library though was lovely and whilst there I produced one full A5 pamphlet and a scattering of aborted ideas for publications. All were to be made on a photocopier! We talking pre-computer days so I assembled the copier templates from photographs, drawings and type written manuscripts!
The new Horseshoe Press website above continues this early series idea.
Here are some photos of the work produced in the early 1990s.