Fine. Book. 5.25" x 8.5" Review edition, soft cover. Introduction and biographical notes by the editor, foreword by Anais Niin, afterword by James Schevill. Includes the 1966 Alan Swallow, Publisher book list0; letters from Swallow to Ann Stanford, Allen Tate, A. H. Reiter, Natalie S. Robins, Martin Robbins, Roger Hecht, Richard Gillman; and four newsletters by by Swallow to authors and friends, in which he outlines the history of the press and describes his methods of working, his philosophy of literature and his personal cares.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Paperback. 8vo. Very good in very good white illustrated dust jacket with black title to front and spine panels. Light browning to spine panel. Interior is clean and bright. Frontispiece of Swallow. 80 pages. Books on Books. BOB110051.
Fine in Very Good+ jacket. First edition, 1974, hardcover, octavo, 80pp., frontispiece in b&w, otherwise not illustrated. Book fine, binding tight, text clean bright and unmarked. DJ VG+ with mild rubbing, front flap price-clipped.
A Review copy (so stated on the inside flap of jacket). A Very Good copy in soft cover binding with some light soiling and a short closed edge tear. The trade edition was issued in boards. Foreword by Anais Nin. Contains letters between Swallow and Ann Stanford, Allen Tate, A.H. Reiter, Natalie Robins, Martin Robbins, Roger Hecht and Richard Gilman. Four newsletters written by Swallow sent to friends and authors, outlining the history of the Swallow Press. 80 pages.
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