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APOLOGY FOR BAD DREAMS [Limited edition broadside poem]

by Jeffers, Robinson; Peter Koch

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[San Francisco: James Linden / Peter Koch, 1986]. First edition, second printing per Broomfield [A87b] but certainly the first printing in this form. ONE OF ONLY 11 COPIES SIGNED BY KOCH. Issued from the same setting of type as the James Linden production which featured 4 mounted photographs by Michael Mundy and the 4 verses of the poem on 4 separate sheets. This one prints the whole poem on one large leaf with "This printing of Apology for Bad Dreams is a gift of Peter Koch celebrating the publication of James Linden's portfolio edition with photographs by Michael Mundy" beneath. Approximately 19 x 26" on heavy cream paper with top and bottom edges untrimmed and Koch's penciled colophon with signature at right reading, "6/11 Peter Koch 3/15/86." Fine. Scarce to rare.


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