Mt. Horeb: Perishable Press, 1973. Hardcover. Illustrated with plates of 18 pen & ink drawings by the author. One of 175 numbered copies, signed by the author. Hand set and printed on Hosho, a Japanese handmade paper. Bound in full cloth, blindstamped. Fine condition. Hamady 57.
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N.P. Stonewall Press, . Hardcover. One of 235 copies bound in full grey cloth with a paper spine label stamped in black. Brack and Merker 33.
London: Golden Cockerel Press, 1928. 1st. Hardcover. Bound in one-quarter white vellum at spine with green paperboards and gold trim. One of five hundred numbered copies. Fine condition.
Poynette: Bieler Press, 1975. 1st. paperback. One of 100 numbered copies. This copy signed "Bieler" by Gerald Lange. Bound in publisher's original black velour wrapper. Pages of text interleaved with blank black paper. The first book of this press. Smith 2.
N. p. Turkey Press, 1985. Signed presentation from the author to Carroll Coleman proprietor of The Prairie Press. Bound in the publisher's original tan wraps with the front cover and spine stamped in black.
Boston: Heron Press, 1969. Hardcover. Designs in wood & metal by Bruce Chandler, with an introduction by Thomas Heffernan. Printed by the Heron Press, and may be had of certain booksellers, 1969. Of an edition of 150 copies printed in letterpress by Bruce Chandler with Century & Goudy on Fabriano...
Browerville, MN: Ox Head Press, 1992. Hardcover. One of 450 copies printed from hand-set type. Sewn into wrappers and inserted into hand-folded slipcase with silver label stamped in black on the front. Chinzei endpapers hand-made in Japan. Drawings by Terry Hauptman. Book measures 3.5 by 2.5 inches (8.9 by 6.4 cm).
Browerville, MN: Ox Head Press, 1992. 1st. Hardcover. One of 26 lettered copies printed from hand-set type and signed by the author. Bound in publisher's original black cloth with a silver label stamped in black pasted onto the front cover. The papers used in this edition are: Mohawk, Sanwa Tissue...
Bookslinger Editions, 1982. One of 70 numbered copies signed by the author. Printed at The Toothpaste Press on the occasion of the author's reading at Walker Art Center in Minneapolis on December 1, 1982. Printed in black and gray with pale yellow rules, 10 x 13 inches. Fine.
Austin: Cold Mountain, 1978. Paperback. One of 500 copies leterpressed from handset Bembo on a brand-old Kluge Automatic by Judyl Mudfoot in Santa Barbara. Card signed by the author laid in.
West Branch: Toothpaste Press, 1982. 1st. paperback. One of 400 numbered copies, signed by the author and the artist on the colophon page. Printed with Ehrhardt and Perpetua types on Arches paper and hand sewn into handmade wappers.
Omaha: Abattoir Editions and the Yellow Barn Press, 1983. Hardcover. Illustrated with drawings by Paul Otero. One of 250 numbered copies. Printed on a Vandercook press using Eric Gill's Joanna type, on Rives paper. Bound in cloth over boards, with a paper label printed in two colors on the spine. Fine condition.
Meridel LeSueur and David Tilsen, 1975. Paperback. Illuminations by Deborah LeSueur. Presentation"For Meridel, Ripening is all! Love Meridel." in ink.
West Branch, Cummington Press, 1969. One of 300 numbered copies. Cloth, Yamat-chiri paper dust jacket. Fine. Cave 69.52.
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1959. Hardcover. Introduction by Robert L. Dothard. New York, Limited Editions Club, 1959. Designed by Robert L. Dothard. Illustrated with facsimile reproductions of illustrations and pages from the Club's publications and photographs of the bindings. One of 2,250 numbered copies bound in half black morocco...
Chicago: Fathom Press, . First limited edition. One of 26 lettered copies bound in quarter cloth and yellow paper boards. Fine. Presentation signed by the author to Michael Tarachow, founder of The Pentagram Press. Signed.
Omaha: Abattoir Editions, 1984. Hardcover. Printed on Rives paper with Poliphilus, Blado, and Perpetua types, initials in blue. Bound in blue cloth over boards with paper labels. One of 293 numbered copies printed by Harry Duncan. Fine condition.
Port Townsend: Graywolf, . paperback. One of 290 numbered copies printed from hand-set Palatino type on Warren's Olde Style and sewn into Canson Mi-Teintes wrappers with an illustration on paper pasted onto the front cover. Author's first book. Logan received fellowships from the MacDowell Colony and Yaddo.
Surrey: Circle Press, 1979. Christie, John. Hardcover. Illustrated by John Christie. One of 300 numbered copies, signed by the author and the artist. Folio-sized. 11 folded sheets (i.e. 22 fol.) un-sewn in a wrapper, all contained in a cloth chemise with a lettered spine. Slipcase. The work is illustrated with...
Austin: Encino Press, 1967. Introduction by John A. Lomax, Jr. Illustrated with drawings by William Wittliff. One of 750 numbered copies designed by Wittliff. Signed by John A. Lomax, Jr. on front endapaper. Bound in full olive cloth. Fine condition. Lutz A12.
Lisbon: Penumbra, 1979. Hardcover. One of 85 copies signed by the author, printed on Curtis Rag with Palatino types, and bound in cloth. Prospectus laid in. Chambers 79.180. Fine condition.
Lisbon, Penumbra Press, 1979. One of 165 copies sewn into Curtis rag paper from a printing of 250 numbered copies. Signed by the author. Wrapper. Fine. Chambers 79.180.
Lisbon, Penumbra Press, (1979). Illustrated by Eleanor Simmons. One of 165 copies signed by the author, hand printed on Curtis Rag with Palatino types, and sewn in wrappers of Curtis Rag stock from a total edition of 250. Fine condition.
West Branch, Toothpaste Press, . One of 150 copies signed by Robert Bly. Decorated front and rear paste endpapers. Front cover with calligraphy by Sandy Gourlay. Fine condition.
Los Angeles: Plantin Press, 1948. Paperback. Uncut pages. Decorated front and back covers. Some of the verses originally appeared in SATURDAY EVENING POST, COLLIER'S, SCRIPT, PROMENADE and READER'S DIGEST and the newspaper columns of Walter Winchell.