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Cambridge, MA: The Pomegranate Press, 1974. Limited First Printing. Single Sheet. Near Fine. A broadside (approx. 12&1/2"x19") with the coarse title poem by Michael Casey, the acclaimed poet born in Jack Kerouac's hometown of Lowell, Massachusetts, alongside an illustration by noted artist Karyl Klopp. Hand-signed by Klopp (typically as "K. Klopp") below illustration. One of a limited edition of 180 copies hand printed on thick handmade paper stock issued in March, 1974. This is copy No. 159/180. A bold production, rare & collectible. In near-fine condition with thin borders of charcoal-colored smudging along top, side edges; very minor bumps & creases at corners; a few faint creases on surface; one very faint approx. 1&1/2" vertical line of pencil(?) near upper left edge not effecting text.
Signed by illustrator Karyl Klopp
Item is currently mounted on stiff board, will be shipped carefully rolled in a tube.
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- Third Mind Books (US)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- My Brother-in Law and Me
- Casey, Michael
- Single Sheet
- Book condition
- Used - Near Fine
- Quantity available
- Limited First Printing
- The Pomegranate Press
- Place of Publication
- Cambridge, MA
- Date published
- Michael Casey, Karyl Klopp, 1974
- Bookseller catalogs
- Broadside; Poetry;
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