CENTER BROADSIDES 2005 READING SERIES.
Twelve broadsides, each representing the work of an individual poet who gave a reading at the Center for Book Arts in New York, are enclosed in an artistic portfolio that not only provides protection but also appeals to the eye. As part of the Broadside Reading Series, each author creates a broadside of one of their poems that captures the essence of the verse and the story they are telling. Includes works by Joan Larkin, Elizabeth Alexander, Elaine Equi, Laure-Anne Bosselaar, Tony Towle, Douglas Goetsch, Angelo Verga, Mark Nickels, M.J. Bender, Garrett Kalleberg, Jeff Friedman and Daniel Nester. Produced in a signed limited edition of 100, the broadsides are reserved for the yearly portfolios. The 2005 portfolio is covered in paper printed with a rectangular pattern with a quarter gold cloth spine and gold grosgrain ribbon ties.
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ELEMENTS OF LETTERING
by Goudy, Frederic W.
First edition. (Appleton p.27). Set by Bertha Goudy at the Village Press. 13 plates. A landmark book. Signed and dated by Goudy and on colophon page. Slipcase is defective, yet intact, with piece missing along top and is tape repaired. Former owner has signed this copy on the free endpaper. Well preserved copy of this landmark book with chipped original glassine wrappers.