Título: American Weave: a Literary Journal (Volume ...
Editorial: American Weave Press Autumn-Winter 1962-1963, University Heights, OH
Año de publicación: 1962
(Volume XXVI Number 4). Small 8vo. Blue wrappers. 56pp. Illustration. Very good. Slightest of edgewear. Tight, handsome copy of this short-lived poetry biannual, this issue dedicated to the just-deceased Robert Frost,with contributions from Marvin Bell and both editors, among others. Comes with a nice little lagniappe: Laid in is a poetry leaflet, "Fragment of an Autumn Dialogue," by "AW" (no doubt co-editor Alice Williams), 16mo, (4pp). Both items came from the private library of JOHN BEECHER (1904-80), noted social protest poet and fine press publisher. His wife, artist Barbara Beecher (b. 1925), inks "Marked Copy / See Pg. 48" on the front wrapper, and on aforementioned page she inks a box around a brief but favorable review of John Beecher's poetry collection "Phantom City." A lovely association copy. N° de ref. de la librería 16674
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