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Roadsongs, a Journey into the Life and Mindscapes of an American Artist by Malcolm Graeme Childers ISBN 13: 9780967261201

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Hardcover; Chattanooga, Tn: Wind River Productions, 2001; ISBN-13: 978-0967261201

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Roadsongs, a journey into the life and mindscapes of an American artist

by Childers, Malcolm Graeme

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Chattanooga, TN: Wind River Productions, 2001. Signed first edition, limited to 3,000 numbered copies. Copy number 657. Hard cover in dust jacket. Published Chattanooga, TN: Wind River Productions, 2001. Square folio, 11 7/8" x 12 1/8", 168pp, illustrated with reproductions of etchings and photographs, 2 compact discs of 146 minutes of narration, poetry and music in rear pocket. Signed by author on title page. Two single page letters from the author laid in, one hand-signed, in which he talks about ideas that went into the making of the book. Fine in fine dust jacket. . Signed by Author. 1st. Hard. Fine/Fine. Folio.
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