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Azusa: a sequal

By Paul Vangelisti
Simi Valley, California: Pie in the Sky Press, 2009. Edition of 30.

6.5 x 10"; 44 pages. Printed on a Vandercook 4 hand-operated flatbed cylinder press on Rives Heavyweight paper. Text digitally set Seria Sans printed from photo-polymer plates. Of the edition of 30: 1 - 25 standard; 26 - 30 deluxe.

Standard: sewn on ramie tapes with printed endsheets, rolled endbands, cloth Bradel case binding with a printed label.
Deluxe: full leather case binding, text block sewn on cords with printed endsheets and handsewn silk endbands.

Poets & Writers: "Paul Vangelisti is the author of twenty books of poetry, as well as being a noted translator from Italian. Most recently, Days Shadows Pass was published by Green Integer in 2007. His and Lucia Re’s translation of Amelia Rosselli’s War Variations (Green Integer, 2005) won the 2006 Premio Flaiano in Italy and the 2006 PEN-USA Award for Translation. From 1971-1982 he was co-editor, with John McBride, of the literary magazine Invisible City and, from 1993-2002, edited Ribot, the annual report of the College of Neglected Science. Vangelisti is chair of the Graduate Writing program at Otis College of Art & Design."

An alphabet book of poetry by Vangelisti printed by Rebecca Chamlee.

another porch light burning ....

busted, cracked the mirror ...

zounds, you exclaim ...

Azusa: a sequal

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