[Berkeley]: Tangram Press. 2005. An attractively produced limited edition of a story that first appeared in Seneca Review. According to the colophon, one of 165 saddle-stitched copies in wrappers; there was also a hardcover lettered edition of 26, done by artist book publisher Charles Hobson, who also contributed two tipped-in color illustrations to this edition. With an autograph letter signed by the publisher, Jerry Reddan, to Peter [Matthiessen] laid in, conveying both this Lopez title and the included broadside Haibun by Keith Kumasen Abbott. Both the Abbott broadside and the Lopez book are near fine. First Edition. No Binding. Near Fine. (Inventory #: 032497)
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