Haybarn Press ~ New York
(Ed Colker)

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Print Club of New York City: “Colker, renowned as a painter, printmaker and educator, attended the Philadelphia Museum School of Art and then studied in Europe on a Guggenheim Fellowship. In the 1970s, he became Director of the School of Art and Design at the University of Illinois, Chicago, and later he founded the Center for Edition works at SUNY Purchase, where he served as both Professor of Art and Design and Dean of the School of Visual Arts. He has also served as a faculty member and Provost at Cooper Union and Provost at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. Strongly influenced by other art forms, especially music, poetry and dance.”
   
Work by Elaine Galen
Poetry by Michael Anania

Poetry by Abraham Sutzkever
Other poetry and essays with Colker's art
 
   
poems from africa II
By Avrohom Sutzkever
translated by Melvin Konner
with drawings by Ed Colker
Millwood, New York: Haybarn Press, 2013. Edition of 70.

8.5 x 11"; 24 pages. Text is set in Palatino type font. Letterpress printing on acid-free Stonehenge. Hand-colored frontispiece print on Rives BFK. Accompanying visuals printed from the artist's Mylar plates. Laid in portfolio of Canapetta cloth-covered boards with paper title label tipped on front board. Ribbon tie closure. Signed by Colker and Konner. Numbered.

Ed Coker, Artist's preface: "This portfolio was conceived as a centenary tribute to the Lithuanian-Israeli poet Avrohom (Abraham) Sutzkever, 1913 - 2010. Earlier works appeared in 2004, Beneath the trees with translations by Barnett Zumoff, and in 2005, Elephants by Night with translations by Melvin Konner, both as limited editions from Haybarn Press studio.

"Beneath the trees, in Yiddish and English, included a number of poems of the World War II years, when the poet was a partisan fighter. Elephants by Night contained texts drawn from and inspired by the poet's visit to the countries of Africa in 1950. We spoke about the renewed interest of young people in those works during our last conversations.

"I have selected eleven new poems - plus two from the 2005 edition - sharing the African moments and responses, again translated by Melvin Konner."


Notes: "Abraham Sutzkever ... settled in Israel in 1947 where, in 1948, he founded the Yiddish journal of literature Di Goldene Keyt (The Golden Chain).

"Melvin Konner, M.D., Ph.D., translator is Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Anthropology at Emory University where he also teaches in the human biology and Jewish studies programs.

"Ed Colker, painter and graphic artist, founded the not-for-profit Haybarn Press studio initially as Editions du Grenier in 1960 for publishing of fine art limited editions in collaboration with poets and in response to poetic texts."

$160 (Five copies remaining)

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OPPOSED to Indifference
poems of memory and conscience
By Deborah Pease, Rosmarie Waldrop, René Char/Mary Ann Caws, Lee Bricetti, Kathleen Norris, Michael Anania, Catherine Kasper, Jeanne Murray Walker, David Ray Vance, Lea Graham, Ronnie Scharfman
with a print and vignettes by Ed Colker
Millwood, New York: Haybarn Press, 2012. Edition of 125.

8.5 x 11"; 30 pages. Color linocut frontispiece printed on handmade St. Armand Caribou. Printed in letterpress by Bradley Hutchinson on acid-free Stonehenge. Accompanying color vignettes laser printed by Graphics from the artist's Mylar plates. Laid in portfolio binding. Italian Canapetta cloth covered boards with paper title tipped on front board. Ribbon tie closure.

Ed Colker, Introductory note: "We seem to be in a global moment of cruelty and abuse, often attended by a lack of decency and compassion or caring response, an absence of humanitas …

"But in the work of modern and contemporary poets, along with piercing observation, one can find acute sensitivity to struggle and to hurts inflicted – personal or public.

"With this awareness, in our 52nd year of pints/editions for poetry, we offer this portfolio."
$175


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Voices to Share
Poems by René Char, Paul Celan, Frank X. Gaspar, Edmond Jabès, Pablo Neruda, Michele Pane, Chong Hyon-jong, Abraham Sutzkever, plus Wintu songs
Translation/versions by Michael Anania, Mary Ann Caws, Wolhee Choe, John Felstiner, Melvin Konner, Ronnie Scharfman, Brian Swann, and Rosmarie Waldrop
Millwood, New York: Haybarn Press, 2011. Edition of 100.

8.5 x 11"; 32 leaves. Letterpress printed on Stonehenge paper by Bradley Hutchinson. Palatine, Bembo, Bodoni Book, and Garamond typefaces. Color lithographs printed by Maurice Sanchez at Derrière l'Etoile Studio with added pochoir by the artist. Binding in Dutch Halflinnen is by Portfoliobox. Laid in a linen covered portfolio case with title printed and tipped on. Ribbon tie closure.

Haybarn Press, announcement: "In a companion piece, following Gathering, our 50th anniversary edition with poetry, Haybarn presents a new portfolio, Voices to Share, translation/versions by eight poets of nine texts from the French, Spanish, German, Italian, Korean, Yiddish, and Native American. This publication is offered as an expression of esteem and appreciation for the international poets and the artist's writer friends who have inspired the journey of a half-century."
$195


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Gathering
Fifteen Poets/Poems
Poems and translations by Michael Anania, Mary Ann Caws, René Char, J.A. Collins, Lea Graham, Robert Hawks, Edmond Jabès, J. Curtis Johnson, Catherine Kasper, Audrey Lumsden Kouvel, Pablo Neruda, Kathleen Norris, Deborah Pease, Avrohom Sutzkever, David Ray Vance, Rosmarie Waldrop, Jeanne Murray Walker, and Barnett Zumoff
with a lithograph and color vignettes by Ed Colker
A portfolio marking 50 years of works with poetry and
prints from Editions du Grenier/Haybarn Press 1960 - 2010
Millwood, New York: Haybarn Press, 2010. Edition of 125.

.5 x 14"; 38 pages. Text printed letterpress by Bradley Hutchinson. Lithograph frontispiece printed by Maurice Sanchez at Derrière L'Etoile Studio. Paper: Stonehenge. Illustration vignettes laser printed from the artist's mylar plates. Portfolio case bound in Dutch Halflinnen bookcloth by Portfoliobox.

Haybarn Press, announcement: "To mark the 50th year of our fine print editions inspired by poetry and poets, we present Gathering - a new portfolio of fifteen poems and translations by Michael Anania, René Char, Mary Ann Caws, J.A. Collins, Lea Graham, Robert Hawks, Edmond Jabès J. Curtis Johnson, Catherine Kasper, Audrey Lumsden Kouvel, Pablo Neruda, Kathleen Norris, Deborah Pease, Avrohom Sutzkever, David Ray Vance, Rosmarie Waldrop, Jeanne Murray Walker, and Barnett Zumoff with visual responses by Ed Colker. … The publication is meant as an expression of appreciation for the poets and the works that have joined and illuminated the journey of a half-century. …A color lithograph frontispiece is followed by the artist's preface and a broadside page with a color vignette for each poem."

Ed Colker, preface: "To mark the years of working as an artist drawn to developing of limited editions with poetry, I have selected a text by each of fifteen writers - four in translation - to form a portfolio. I have known several of the poets for many years, sharing cherished moments of encounter and revelation. Having never met two of the authors, I have had the pleasure and joy of an engaging correspondence.

"All of their works continue to illuminate the journey and give meaning to discovery. The accompanying color prints are meant as an expression of my ongoing, deep appreciation."
$225


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DESERTSTONES
Excerpts from The Book of Questions: Yaël, Elya, Aely
By Edmond Jabès
Translations by Rosmarie Waldrop
with lithographs by Ed Colker.
Millwood, New York: Haybarn Press, 2009. Edition of 50.

8.5 x 14"; 40 pages.Text pages and plates on French Rives BFK papers. Text typeset in Palatino. The texts printed letterpress by Bradley Hutchinson and the lithographs by Maurice Sanchez at Derrière L'Etoile Studio. Frontispiece printed by Graphics on Canson Mi-Teintes. Images additionally hand colored as pochoir by artist. Each copy contains an insert with a stone fragment from the Negev desert. Laid in paper wrapper with title printed in red on front cover and cutout for stone fragment to pop through. Housed in clamshell box covered in Canapetta cloth.

Texts by Edmond Jabès excerpted from The Book of Questions: Yaël, Elya, Aely (translated by Rosmarie Waldrop) and devoted to the WORD and to the BOOK. They are accompanied by five original prints as responses by Ed Colker.

Haybarn Press: "Having published in French at an early age, Jabès was named to the Legion of Honor in recognition of his accomplishments. In France, after forced exile from Egypt, he became an influential, highly praised author receiving many distinctions including the Grand Prix National de Poesie....

"Rosmarie Waldrop's translations of Edmond Jabès received the Harold Landon Translation Award, and she was made a Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres by the French Government ...

"Ed Colker, painter and graphic artist, founded the not-for-profit Haybarn Press for the publishing of fine art limited editions in collaboration with poets and in response to poetic texts. He has been a Guggenheim Fellow and Florsheim Fund grantee."

The book is the place where the writer offers his voice up to silence.
Hence every margin is the beach of an avowal held back. And on its edge, the words gather and seal their alliance with the sea.

$395


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Open the Gates
By Ed Colker
New York: Haybarn Press, 2006. Edition of 85.

11 x 15"; 38 pages. A frontispiece facsimile of a page from the composer's hand is followed by his concert notes. The complete song texts were typeset in Palatino by Spring Salvin and printed letterpress on Rives and Canson papers by Bradley Hutchinson. The lithographs were printed by Maurice Sanchez at Derriere L'Etoile Studio with color pochoir by the artist and the cloth binding is by Portfolio box. This edition is signed by both Brubeck and Colker.

This book is a portfolio inspired by the cantata "The Gates of Justice" composed by David Brubeck. The work expresses the hope for universal justice, freedom, kindness, and peace, drawing on texts from the Hebrew Bible, the Union Prayer book, the writings of Hillel, the speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr. and original texts by Iola Brubeck (wife of the composer).
$ 335 (Eight copies remaining)


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Ambor editions of Haybarn Press: These are works of Elaine Galen. This is a series of works featuring women of antiquity.
   
Judith
An imagined text with drawings by Elaine Galen
New York: Haybarn Press, 2015. Edition of 60.

8.5 x 8.5", 24 pages. Linocut color frontispiece, signed and numbered by the artist, is laid loosely in a separate glassine wrapper . Printed on acid free paper. Set in Bembo. Hand-sewn. Wrapped in acid free paperboard with Canson end-leaves. Numbered and signed by the artist.

Haybarn Press: "As sixth in her series on women of Antiquity and mythology ... Judith [is] an interpretation with text and seventeen drawings by Elaine Galen. The drawings, most in color, follow a hand-printed frontispiece."

Wikipedia (accessed 10/22/15): "The story revolves around Judith, a daring and beautiful widow, who is upset with her Jewish countrymen for not trusting God to deliver them from their foreign conquerors. She goes with her loyal maid to the camp of the enemy general, Holofernes, with whom she slowly ingratiates herself, promising him information on the Israelites. Gaining his trust, she is allowed access to his tent one night as he lies in a drunken stupor. She decapitates him, then takes his head back to her fearful countrymen. The Assyrians, having lost their leader, disperse, and Israel is saved."
$115

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Dinah
By Elaine Galen
New York: Haybarn Press, 2010. Edition of 60.

9 x 9"; 36 pages, handsewn and with Canson endleaves, are enfolded in acid-free Canford paper. Frontispiece, an original signed and numbered handcolored linoleum cut printed on Mulberry, laid in. Text set in Bembo and printed with color drawings (laser transfers from the artist's plates) on acid free Borden & Riley vellum paper. Signed and numbered by the artist.

This is the fifth in Galen's series on women of antiquity and mythology. The focus here is Dinah, Jacob's daughter, born of a patriarch, subject to patriarchy.

$125

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The Cushite
imagined text and drawings by Elaine Galen
Millwood, New York: Haybarn Press, 2008. Edition of 60.

8.5 x 13"; 32 pages. The color drawings follow an original linoleum cut, which appears as a hand-colored frontispiece on Mulberry (initialed and numbered by the artist), and are printed as inkjet transfer on Stonehenge. The portfolio, with Fabriano end leaves, is wrapped in acid-free Canford paperboard.

This book — the fourth in a series on women of the Bible and antiquity (following Deborah, Miriam, and Lilith) — focuses on the wife of Moses, the wife that Aaron and Miriam were so angry with Moses about, the dark-skinned Ethiopian.

Woman of Moses
Born of two nations
Pale face Midianite and dark skin Cushite
Together engaged in war and love
                                  Our blood ran as one

$105 (Last Three Copies)

 


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Lillith
By Elaine Galen
New York: Haybarn Press, 2005. Edition of 100.

8.5 x 11", 32 pages, signed and numbered by the artist. Hand-sewn by Barbara Mauriello. Wrapped in handmade Khadi with Canson end leaves. Typography by Spring Salvin. Title page calligraphy by Jeffrey Kelly. Drawings printed as lithography on Mohawk Superfine.

Text and drawings of this interpretation of Lillith are by Elaine Galen. This is the third in Galen's series on women of antiquity and mythology.
$87 (Last three copies)


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Miriam:
Sister of Moses
By Elaine Galen
New York: Haybarn Press, 2001. Edition of 100.

8.5 x 11" hand-sewn and wrapped in Papel di Amati fig tree bark with Canson end leaves. Typography composed by Spring Salvin. Title page calligraphy drawn by Jerry Kelly. Frontispiece is full-color on Rives. Drawings were printed by Omega as lithography on Arches aquarelle. Text and drawings by Elaine Galen. Design by Ed Colker.

Told in simple, spare language and illustrated by wash-like gray lithographs, this rendering of Miriam's story foregrounds the general subordination of women in this Hebrew tribe, and of Miriam in particular.

The basic source is Exodus and Numbers. Miriam was the older sister of Aaron and Moses. It was she who placed the infant Moses in the river, and she who watched over him until the Pharaoh's daughter drew him from the water. Miriam baldly states: "It was I who saved the infant Moses….Yet only he was called / to receive the commandments at Mount Sinai." Galen's Miriam speaks out against the subordination of women "cut off from the sacred rites." She and Aaron spoke to God against Moses, who had married a Cushite: "For my outspoken ways / the Lord struck me with leprosy. For my questions, I was silenced." Moses interceded, but Miriam was "no longer permitted to speak for justice / or to lead my people."

This is the second in Galen's series devoted to the women of antiquity.
$80 (Last three copies)


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Ed Colker and Michael Anania's friendship has spanned three decades. Since the early nineteen seventies they have collaborated on several books - Anania's poetry and Colker's art.
 

Once again, flowered poems
By Michael Anania with drawings by Ed Colker
New York: Haybarn Press, 2000. Edition of 110.

8.75 x 5.5" with 39 pages. Covered in dark wine colored cloth. Typography in Palatino. Lithographs were printed on Arches Aquarelle. Frontispiece is on Rives and the plates related to the poems were hand colored by the artist. Binding by Barbara Mauriello. Signed on colophon by artist and poet.

This special edition celebrates close to three decades of collaboration and friendship that began at the University of Illinois in the early nineteen seventies.
$90 (Last Copy)


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Aesthetique du rale
By Michael Anania
Chicago: Haybarn Press / Editions due Grenier
1977. Edition of 100.

11 x 8.5"; 17 pages bound in a portfolio. Signed by the poet and artist with original collaborative print, signed and numbered. Type is Optima. Offset Lithography.

This portfolio album is one of a series inspired by the poet's text.

Ed Colker, The Anthromorphic Book exhibition catalogue, 1994: "Aesthetique du Rale evolved after Chicago poet Michael Anaia visited my studio and expressed concern over the latest trend in contemporary art: mutilated body parts. This was in the mid-1970's. He sees the poem's last line of 'dernier cri' ("last word" in fashion) as the "rale" (death-rattle) of aesthetics. After the offset printing, the poet and I joined in a two-handed etching which we printed in relief as a frontispiece."
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three poems about the sounds of Jazz and the snow in Buffalo
By Michael Anania with drawings by Ed Colker
New York: Haybarn Press, 2002. Edition of 100.

5.5 x 8.5", 40 pages. Typography in Garamond. A full color frontispiece on Rives is followed by text composed by Spring Salvin with the accompanying lithographs printed on Arches aquarelle by Lori Spencer. Signed by poet and artist on the colophon. Pages of text and image are laid in paper folder with title on front. Laid-in cloth bound letter folder with black ribbon tie. Orange interior paper contrasts boldly to the purple cloth binding.

This special edition celebrates close to three decades of collaboration and friendship that began at the University of Illinois in the early nineteen seventies.
$85 (Last two copies)


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Sutzkever is considered the foremost living Yiddish poet.
   

from Elephants by Night - poems of Africa
By Abraham Sutzkever
New York: Haybarn Press, 2005. Edition of 90.

9 x 12" with 36 pages, numbered and signed by the translator and the artist. A full-color frontispiece on Fabriano Uno. Poetry in English typeset in Palatino by Spring Salvin. Letterpress printed by Bradley Hutchinson. Drawings printed duotone lithography by Omega. Housed in clamshell box in full cloth Canapetta with silver stamping.

A new publication from Haybarn Press in honor of the 92nd birthday of Abraham Sutzkever, the foremost living Yiddish poet. The portfolio of eighteen poems were translated by Melvin Konner and include seven drawings by Ed Colker.

From the introduction, Translator's note: "These translations try to convey a unique group of poems by one of the greatest modern poets. That they evoke so thoroughly the magic, poignancy, tragedy, nobility and strangeness of Africa is achievement enough. That they do it in Yiddish – with its ironic, diffident stance, and its, well, Jewishness – is astonishing.

Yet here they are, composed by a man who was already strong in his art in the pre-war heyday of Jewish Europe; whose mother, baby, family, and friends were murdered by Nazis; who joined the partisans and gallantly fought back; who, from those savage events, made lasting poetry; afloat in a sea of Hebrew; who traveled throughout Africa as one of Israel's emissaries, opening himself to its sources of life, risk, creativity and death; and who turned the experience into words that brilliantly refracted African light through Jewish prisms."


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The poet, hunchbacked, is the loneliest of all
Creatures in the world.
His voice is in a jungle.
His prayer cannot take its measure
With the lion, struck dumb;
His childhood seems to him like the ragged antelope
In the wilderness ... outside ...
Who to love?
Dark.
Dark.
Though the lamp burns.
Its wick - a little cobra
Spits fire.
(from Termites)

$310 (Seven copies remaining)

   

Other Haybarn titles with poetry or essay accompanied by Ed Colker's artwork.
 
angles & naked visions
twenty-two poets & translators
twenty-three poems
with color drawings / vignettes by Ed Colker
Mount Kisco, New York: Haybarn Press, 2016. Edition of 110.

8.5 x 13"; 46 pages. Printed letterpress by Bradley Hutchinson on Stonehenge acid free paper. Frontispiece printed on Rives Heavyweight and handcolored by the artist. Italian Canapetta cloth-covered boards with paper portfolio sides. Paper title and illustration on front cover with tie closure. Signed by the artist. Numbered.

Ed Colker: "The preface notes the intent of the collection to honor the texts of the poets with vignettes / gestures of visual response - and varied choices of typography - in continuing esteem, friendship and appreciation, and as a new invitation for the reader to encounter the richness of the poem's contents."

The poets and translators: Michael Anania, Lee Briccetti, Paul Celan (trans. John Felstiner), René Char (trans. Mary Ann Caws), Lea Graham, Robert Hawks, Edmund Jabès (trans. Rosmarie Waldrop), Catherine Kasper, Pablo Neruda (trans. Audrey Kouvel), Kathleen Norris, Deborah Pease, Ronnie Scharfman, Abraham Sutzkever (trans. Melvin Konner and Barnett Zumoff), Brian Swann, David Ray Vance, Rosmarie Waldrop, Jeanne Murray Walker.
$170

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the summons of becoming
poems by René Char
translated by Mary Ann Caws
with lithographs by Ed Colker
marking the centenary of the poet
Millwood, New York: Haybarn Press, 2007.Edition of 50.

9 x 14"; 30 pages. Text pages and plates on French Rives BFK papers. Frontispiece printed by Graphics on Canson Mi-Teintes. Images hand-colored as pochoir by the artist. Poems typeset in Garamond. Printed letterpress by Bradley Hutchinson. Lithographs printed by Maurice Sanchez at Derrière L'Etoile Studio. Signed by the translator and the artist. Edition of 50: 40 standard in paper wrapper; 10 in cloth portfolio.

Ed Colker: "This year marks the centenary of René Char, the great surrealist poet and legendary World War II leader in the French resistance. Joining in the international tribute, we offer the summons of becoming, a portfolio edition of [8] poems translated by Mary Ann Caws, with five original prints as visual responses."

Mary Ann Caws is Distinguished Professor of Comparative Literature, English, and French at the Graduate School of the City University of New York. She has published widely on 20th-century avant-gardes, Surrealism and modern art, including Joseph Cornell's Theatre of the Mind, The Surrealist Look: An Erotics of Encounter, and, most recently, Glorious Eccentrics.

Colker, painter and graphic artist, founded the not-for-profit Haybarn Press for development of fine art editions in response to poetic texts.
$285 standard in paper wrapper
$375 deluxe in cloth portfolio


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R. Waldo Emerson
By Ralph Waldo Emerson
New York: Haybarn Press, 1985. Edition of 200.

9.25 x 13" Text in Palatino. Frontispiece printed on Rives BFD. Drawings are offset lithography. Bound in purple paper wrappers with paper title on front.

This edition was conceived to mark the approach of the 150th anniversary of the publishing of Ralph Waldo Emerson's essay on Nature and grew out of special studies at New York University.
$150


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An Ark of Stars: Poems
By Rose Auslander
New York: Haybarn Press, 1989. Edition of 100.

11.75 x 8.25" with 24 pages in wraps. Typography in Monotype Ehrhardt. hand-printed letterpress by Mary Phelan. Pochoir by Ed Colker. Translation by Ingeborg Wald.

This edition is one of a series initiated in 1960, inspired by poet's texts. A first reading of the poetry of Rose Auslander took place on April 14, 1986 at the A. D. White House of Cornell University, sponsored by the Council of the Creative and Performing Arts.

Rose Auslander, born in 1901, was a published poet and essayist in Europe prior to World War II. In forced labor, and later in hiding, she survived the war, spent time in the United States and returned to Europe often, searching for a permanent home. She finally settled in Dusseldorf in 1965. Her last poems were written during bed-ridden years. She died in the Home for Jewish Aged in Dusseldorf in January 1988.
$90 (a few copies remaining)


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Haybarn Press Out of Print Title:
• Beneath the Trees
• Neruda, seven poems

• Poems of the Sea and of the Land


   

All Souls poems from the Dakotas
By Kathleen Norris
with drawings by Ed Colker
New York: Haybarn Press, 1993. Edition of 100.

The color lithographs were printed by Lori Spencer on Rives and Arches papers in the Borowsky Center for Publication Arts, at The University of the Arts, Philadelphia. The text was hand-set in Baskerville by Kent Kasuboske and printed letterpress on Rives Heavyweight by Mary Phelan. Binding by Barbara Mauriello. Laid in separate print "Fierie Dakota."

In Autumn 1992, in response to the poet's invitation to see the land and sky in the southern tier of North Dakota, the artist covered seven hundred miles sketching and making visual notes of the landscape. This included a visit to the Benedictine monastery where the poet often retreats.
$300 (SOLD)


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from A Backward Glance O'er Travel'd Roads
By Walt Whitman
Philadelphia, PA: 1988. Edition of 100.

8.5 x " with 15 pages. The frontispiece are Whitman's notes. Typography is Monotype Deepdene. Printed Letterpress by Mary Phelan.

This edition was conceived to mark the 100th anniversary of the publishing of "November Boughs" which included this reflective essay on the poet's work. The original publication took place in Philadelphia as does this presentation.
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Three Poems
By Kathleen Norris
with drawings by Ed Colker
New York: Haybarn Press, 2001. Edition of 110

7.25 x 10.25" Typography in Bulmer. Frontispiece is on Rives. The plates related to the poems were hand colored by Ed Colker. A separate drawing "the air turns liquid" laid-in which is initialed by Colker. Signed on colophon by Norris and Colker.

The three poems by Norris: With You/Three Places; Three Dreams; and, Three Small Songs.
$70 (SOLD)


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