Well here's value for your money.
A Court of Miracles is a handsome and hefty (263 pages, not counting the index) collection of poems that provides us with an expansive look into the Royal Academician's work, ranging from those published in the early 70s under Iain Sinclair's Albion Village Press, to work released online as well as some that have never been in print before.
Missing from the subtitle is the short prose pieces that often creeps into Catling's work, which in two instances has spilt into the territory of fully grown narrative; The Stumbling Block its Index, whose dedication the collection mirrors, warrants a mention of its own. Published in 1990, Catling's 'direct attempt to write sculpture' had a limited print run of 500, and is reprinted online through Contagion: Journal of Violence, Mimesis, and Culture, which can be read post registration. Otherwise, a contribution to the aforementioned Sinclair's London: CIty of Disappearances is also to be found here, that extra hefty anthology which gave us Alan Moore's excellent Unearthing, together with a text piece that likely grew out of his sculpture work for a William Blake exhibition in both 2005 and 2016. All evidence for Catling's long engagement in prose before The Vorrh.
Medium: Poetry & Prose
Publisher: Etruscan Books; 2009
Availability: In print