Various artists/makers

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Edition of 100, signed by the author and artist.

"Polymer plates were made at Boxcar Press and printed by Andrew Miller-Brown at the Janus Press on Richard de Bas Apta that was handmade at Hayle Mill in Maidstone, Kent, England. The two color lithograph was drawn on the stone by Claire Van Vliet and printed by Eystein Hanche Olsen on Rives BFK in the lithographic workshop at SKHS in Oslo, Norway. The book was long-stitched into a Rowlux vinyl moiré cover by Audrey Holden"--Colophon.

"Twenty-one quietly perceptive and reflective poems, filled with close observation about a life lived in concert with nature. Van Vliet's lithograph of sky and copse and gray-white field, glimpsed through vinyl moiré cover, is an apt reflection of the spirit of the collection -- spare without begin bleak, at once solid and in flux."--Author's statement.

Watson Library copy: is no. 57/100 copies, signed by Ellen Lovell and Claire Van Vliet "for Bob Ruben".

Gone, Ellen McCulloch Lovell (American)

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