ONE BOOK-FIVE WAYS. THE PUBLISHING PROCEDURES OF FIVE UNIVERSITY PRESSES.
A workbook used at the 1977 annual meeting of the Association of American University Presses. Foreword by Joyce Kachergis, Introduction by Chandler Grannis and Afterword by William Kaufmann. An experiment in comparative publishing procedures in which a manuscript was submitted for publication to five different University Presses, Chicago, MIT, North Carolina, Texas and Toronto.
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> KACHERGIS, JOYCE
> UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO PRESS
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> UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA PRESS
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HYMNS TO APHRODITE.
Limited to 150 numbered copies and signed by Angelo. (Angelo Biblio. p.79). Hand-printed by Angelo and with a frontispiece, three hand-drawn initials and a colophon mark illuminated in red and gold all by Angelo. Beautifully designed and executed spread-title page. Slight soiling along top edge of front cover.