np: Essex, . Photocopied broadside printed on recto only. 10 x 15 in. Very good, creased from folding, minor wear to edges. Item #6054
A scarce broadside by early Crass member and poet Seamon Stockton, waxing poetic about communal living at Crass’ Dial House and the social relations it generated. The broadside records life at the commune: news from London, answering fan mail, harvesting homegrown vegetables, and the ritual of sharing dinner together.
A document of anarcho-punk communal life echoing the musical and visual artistic output of Crass and the residents of Dial House.