NY: Something Else Press, 1972. First edition. Quarto (11" x 8.75"); unpaginated; full red cloth, red topstain, in dust jacket.
Signed, dated, and inscribed by Porter on the half-title to Gerard [Dombrowski], founder of Abyss Publications, who issued a number of Porter's (and also Something Else Press founder Dick Higgins') works. Laid in are a cardstock announcement about the book, as well as a business card-sized "compliments of the editors" card, with hand-corrected mailing address for Something Else Press.
A very good copy. Softening and light sunning at spine ends; slight spine-twist. Unclipped jacket is lightly sun-faded along the spine panel, with short closed tears at the tips and curling and slight wear along the edges.
Arguably Porter's best known work, Found Poems consists of images and text culled from mass-media—recipes, diagrams, advertisements, graphics—and rearranged in a suggestive manner that resists easy interpretation.