Squarish octavo, black cloth, red endpapers. , (412) pp + double-sided colour plates; black & white reproductions in text. Front cover has a narrow shallow groove (manufacturing flaw), VG+ otherwise, no owner names. Price-clipped dust jacket has a thumbnail-size chip to lower inner corner of front panel; some peeling to the surface lamination; closed tears internally repaird; creases to front flap; fair. An uncommon collection of concrete poetry. Note: 1.5 kg parcel.
Very Good in Good jacket. 7¼" by 9¼" Collection of poetry & art from this avant guardian, better known in the States for his editing. Limited edition of 1000, with signed color print laid in. Stout hardcover, full black cloth, silver titling. Light wear to book & jacket; jacket laminate is becoming separated from paper at the spine ends. Text clean; , 410 pages; b/w & eight color plates.
Very Good in Fair jacket. Book Excellent condition with slightest yellowing, light fading to black cloth cover on top front edge, DJ is covered in protective sleeve, though it has a large tear on back and the sleeves are bent/wrinkled, it is intact underneath the plastic...and the pictue of Emmett smoking a cigarette and reading iwhile bathing n a clawfoot bathtub looks great! Thanks!
Fine in fine dust jacket. This book is in mint condition and appears brand new except for a bit of separation between the dust jacket and laminate at top of the spine. Clean throughout with no soiling or markings. A choice copy! First edition. Black cloth over boards; sewn binding; 23.5 cm.; 410 p.; issued in a black cloth slipcase The full color print tipped into the book measures 6.25 x 8.5-inches in size and is signed by the author and dated 1978.
Very Fine in Fine jacket. Signed by Author Ltd. Edition to 1000 copies. Original SIGNED Print by Emmett Williams. Boxed. Dustjacket in mylar. Mr. Williams was born in S. Carolina, but lived and worked in Europe between 1949-1966, and was editor-in-chief of the Something Else Press from 1966-1970. In the fifties, he became closely involved with the European intermedia avant-garde, epitomized by the 'darmstadt circle'; in the Sixties, he was an initiator of fluxus, an int'l post-dada, mixed means movement. His writing reflects the experimental tradition in the non-literary arts.
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