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The Green Children of Woolpit

Original lino and letterpress by author and illustrator, Jack Conkie.

Green Children of Woolpit is a story dating to the 12th century of two green-skinned children who appeared in the English village of Woolpit, alone and without explanation.

In this beautiful little book, Jack uses skillfully chosen words to tell his sad tale.

Some of the original artwork is available separately, please enquire for more details.

This zine recounts the story over eight pages of original linocut illustrations, hand coloured, with text hand set in 19th century letterpress type. Also includes colophon and Right Villainous Chapbooks co. blurb on the rear page. Hand bound using pamphlet stitch and linen page cord.

- Edition of 7

- Illustrations printed on cotton rag paper, with green card cover

- Approx A6 - c. 105 x 148 mm

-12 pages total

- Pages cut - some have deckled edges

- Colours may vary slightly from images

paper, card


Height: 105 Millimetres; Width: 148 Millimetres

The Green Children of Woolpit - LTD Edition Linocut & Letterpress Printed Artist


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