EACH NEW BOOK.
Number three of the CODE(X) Monograph Series
Number three of the CODE(X)+1 Monograph Series. Loney's essay discusses his thoughts on both the physical value as well as the textual value of books and libraries.
This book was designed and printed in an edition of 500 copies on a Heidelberg cylinder press by Peter Koch assisted by Jonathan Gerken and Shanna Mahan for the CODEX Foundation. The cover was printed from antique wood and metal types in the Koch collection.
Alan Loney is a poet/printer living in Melbourne, Australia, where he runs Electio Editions.
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RIVER-ROOT, A SYZGY FOR THE BICENTENNIAL OF THESE STATES.
by Everson, William
Printed in an edition limited to 250 numbered and signed copies. A collection of poems by William Everson. Illustrations are by Patrick Kennedy and the design is by Thomas Whitridge. Includes an afterword by the author. Minor rubbing along hinges.