Reno, Nevada: The Black Rock Press, 1968). First edition, one of 180 copies, signed by Everson on the front blank. Bartlett & Campo A30. Seven previously unpublished poems by William Everson, originally written in 1947 and printed by Kenneth and Patricia Carpenter of the Black Rock Press in a edition...
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San Francisco: The Arion Press, 1999. First Arion Press edition, one of 400 copies signed by Thiebaud. ¶ An ingenuously designed and handsomely produced illustrated edition of Calvino's famous novel centering on an imaginary dialogue between Marco Polo and Kublia Khan and their descriptions of the cities of the past.