Publisher: Brewster, Massachusetts: Leo & Wolfe Photography, Inc. and 21st Editions, South Dennis, Massachusetts, 1998
Edition: 1st Edition
Condition: New / No dust jacket as issued
Item #: 102090
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First edition, first printing Limited edition of 235 signed and numbered copies (this being copy number 95). Signed in pencil on the limitation page by Bernard Faucon, Michael Kenna, Luis González Palma, Keith Carter, Holly Wright, Sandy Skoglund, Mark Klett, Jock Sturges, Duane Michals, Ernestine Rubin, Patrick Mailly-Maître-Grand, Willie Middlebrook, John Metoyer, Olivia Parker, Steven Albahari and Leonard Baskin.
Hardcover. Fine black Japanese silk-covered boards with title stamped in black on cover, with burgundy quarter Morocco goatskin binding, no dust jacket as issued. The book is contained in a handmade black Japanese silk cloth-covered basswood clamshell box. 218 pp., with 15 hand-pulled bound photogravures by Jon Goodman Photogravure, one bound woodcut and 32 tritone plates exquisitely printed on Mohawk Superfine matte art paper by The Stinehour Press, Lunenburg, Vermont. Book measures 15-1/4 x 13-3/4 inches, clamshell box is 16-7/8 x 14-3/4 inches.
New (a Mint flawless copy).
Hand-pulled bound photogravures by Bernard Faucon, Michael Kenna, Luis González Palma, Keith Carter, Holly Wright, Sandy Skoglund, Mark Klett, Jock Sturges, Duane Michals, Ernestine Rubin, Patrick Mailly-Maître-Grand, Willie Middlebrook, John Metoyer, Olivia Parker and Steven Albahari, and one original bound woodblock print by Leonard Baskin. Essays by John Wood, Steven Albahari, Leonard Baskin, Frederick Turner, Jahn Stauffer, John Bennette, Christopher Mahoney, John Stilgoe, A.D. Coleman, Anne Wilkes Tucker, Paul Zimmer, Duane Michals, Robert Olen Butler, Amy Fleury, Ann Beattie, Daile Kaplan, Dana Gioia, Thomas W. Southall, Rixon Reed, John Stevenson, Denise Bethel and Lance Speer. Poems by Richard Wilbur, Morri Creech, Raúl Peschiera, Kevin Meaux and R. S. Thomas. Conversation with Holly Wright by Ann Beattie. Includes notes on the contributors. Designed by Paul McMenamin.