Numbers 1-21 (complete run). Belper: Stuart Mills (1973-1984). Twenty-one issues, all near fine or better in illustrated wrappers with the exception of #17, which has some rust to the staples, and #19, that has some faint foxing to the covers.

EUR 2,500.00

Conceptual artist and poetry magazine. The editor was Stuart Mills, explaining on the inside cover of the issues: "The name of the magazine comes indirectly from a work by Kurt Schwitters; 'A Small Home for Seamen' I have been told that it was one Agnes Weston who founded the seamen's homes in this country and I hope that this magazine will likewise provide some sort of refuge."
A rare complete set, with significant contributions by Thomas Mayer, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Simon Cutts, John Blakemore, Thomas A. Clark, Stuart Mills, Trevor Winkfield, Mick Sharp, Andrew Crozier, Gael Turnbull, John A. Davies, Richard Long, Jonathan Williams, and Robert Lax.