Hovis Presley

1960-2005

Titles by Hovis Presley

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Poetic Off Licence

Entertainment with the emphasis on "tert". Since running away from home at the age of 28, award winning writer Hovis Presley (the award wasn't for writing) has found fame as the inventor of the bra-less strap and the individually wrapped baked bean. His interests include postal kerplunk and choosing the eight sandwiches he'd take to a desert island - currently seven cheese and an egg mayonnaise. He has produced this book using only a pin and a dictionary.

"The other day I met Hovis Presley, a fine poet and a true gentleman. So I had a drink with all three of them." - John Cooper Clarke / "A slice of Real Loaf." - John Hegley / "Never stops being funny." - The Guardian / This re-issue of Poetic Off Licence is based on the 'Bumper Edition' of 2005. Proceeds from the sale of this edition will go to support the Hovis Presley Memorial Fund, which was set up by family and friends to raise money for charitable good works in memory of the author, and Live from Worktown, which promotes performance poetry in its many forms.

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