Ann Arbor: Roger Jackson, Publisher. 1995. 1st Edition. SIGNED / LIMITED. Copy "W" of 26 total. [plus] A copy of the trade edition, limited at 250 cc. Trade: 18 printed individual sheets, printed recto only in six different colors, collected in a printed flap envelope. Limited: the 18 sheets found in the trade, plus a bifolium with a color image of "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm", a fan of the author. Envelope: 6" x 9". Sheets" 8-3/4" x 5-3/4". All housed in the publisher's hand-made fold-over storage folder, with printed title label to spine & front cover. Sheets - Fine. Envelopes - Nr Fine. Case - Nr Fine. Item #42581
Textual vignettes of divers daydreams... as Wells says, "Jack Saunders is an endangered specie, the runaway romantic. Gut-kin to his chosen mentor and saint of the senses, Henry Miller. It was easier for Henry back then, in Paris alleys and sex-scented flats, even on the crabbed slopes of Big Sur. Saunders has to dog romance through laundromats, on tacky bar stools, amid the confines of house-husbandry." The piece opens with a quote of Miller, taken from Tropic of Capicorn: "I began to realize that thinking, when it is not masturbative, is lenitive, healing, pleasurable. ... and the fish always nibbling at the line."
Includes Prospectus [4 pp] + letter from the publisher to a prospective customer ["Margaret"] describing the publication, and that all but 8 of the Signed/Limited are spoken for.