Reseda, CA: Mojave Books, 1974. Xii, 52pp. 8vo. Blue cloth stamped in gilt and black on front board; gilt spine titles; lacking a jacket, if issued with one. Signed and inscribed by Carroll to front pastedown. Near fine, with light shelfwear at spine ends and tips.
A collection of poems, presumably self-published. In a four-page introduction, the author extends Christian theology to a cosmic dimension: "Look at the Aliens of the Universe who await in the atmosphere (UFOs) for orders from Jesus Christ to transport God's children on this planet Home before man destroys man." The poems themselves treat mainly of prosaic terrestrial themes, frequently religious, though are organized in sections with UFO-allusive titles—"Let Us Take You to our Leader," "Play With Us Among the Seasons of the Stars," and "We Have Been Watching Planet Earth for Some Time." A rather scarce curiosity.