Tucson, AZ: Chax Press, 1987. Letterpress on Japanese Paper with deckled edge, Folded Sheet, 5.25" x 7" 4 pp., Illustrated, Signed by Hayden Carruth. Very Good+. From Babcock & Koontz.
Provenance: Herb Yellin (1935-2014) was the highly respected publisher and founder of Lord John Press, considered by many to be one of the most important small presses of the 20th century. His close personal relationships with many significant writers resulted in an impressive number of unique, collectible, signed limited edition books. Working with some of modern literature's biggest names--Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, John Updike, Eudora Welty, and Joyce Carol Oates among them--and entertaining his personal fascination with Hollywood, Yellin was able to create a new realm for Lord John Press combining the two fields; several books, including The Lord John Film Festival, were the result. Item #63-4095