By Paul Blackburn
1983. Edition of 200.
13 X 7.5";  leaves. Binding by K Kuehn with help from Mary Laird.
Poems culled from the "journals" left in manuscript form at the author's death in 1971 by Robert Kelly, who edited them for publication by the Black Sparrow Press in 1975. All but one poem were previously published in Sixpack, no. 7/8, 1974.
Mary Laird: " Walter thought we cased in 25 off square and rejected them. We had to split the end sheet hand made papers and make new cases. Fortunately we actually were able to do that, due to the thickness of the paper I'd made. It was a real nightmare. Kathy is one of the most patient women I know, and a meticulous binder. She prints under the aegis of Salient Seedling Press...
"Paul was a poet's poet. He died young, 43 or 44, cancer of esophagus. He said he had a premonition."