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THE ENGENDERING FLOOD: Book One of Dust Shall Be The Serpent's Food (Cantos I-IV)

EVERSON, William

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Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1990. Limited ed. 8vo. Quarter patterned cloth over printed boards. Fine. The printer's copy of this limited-run edition. Includes an original SIGNED broadside poem by Everson tipped in, and additionally SIGNED by Everson to blank leaf after copyright. Out of 150 hardcover copies, signed and numbered, 50 included the broadside; this copy out-of-series. Clean, sharp overall. 69pp. 0876858086 (Item ID: 18786)

Four cantos by Everson: "In Medias Res," "Skald," "Hidden Life," and "The Hollow Years," the latter two of which were published here for the first time. This limited edition simultaneous with the trade paperback ediiton of 300 copies. A handsome publication by Black Sparrow, with whom Everson was increasingly associated toward the end of his career.



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