Book Description

1500 copies of this book were printed by George Hitchcock at the small press publisher Kayak Press in California. Title page printed in green, poems & drawings printed in brown. Robert Mezey was an American poet, critic and academic. He was also a noted translator, in particular from Spanish, having translated with Richard Barnes the collected poems of Borges. He was born in Philadelphia, and attended Kenyon College as a contemporary of E. L. Doctorow and James Wright. He received numerous awards including the 2002 Poets' Prize for Collected Poems.
Dealer Notes
First Edition; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall; illustrated by drawings.
Author Mezey, Robert
Date 1970
Binding Softcover
Publisher Kayak Press; Santa Cruz, California, USA
Illustrator Dane Olson
Condition Near Fine Condition (no Dust Jacket as published)
Pages 52

Price: £30.00

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