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WILDMAN, Eugene, ed.
WILDMAN, Eugene, ed.
WILDMAN, Eugene, ed.
WILDMAN, Eugene, ed.
WILDMAN, Eugene, ed.
WILDMAN, Eugene, ed.
WILDMAN, Eugene, ed.
WILDMAN, Eugene, ed.
WILDMAN, Eugene, ed.
WILDMAN, Eugene, ed.

WILDMAN, Eugene, ed.

Experiments in Prose

Chicago: The Swallow Press, 1969. X, 351pp.; illus.; three tipped-in fold-out leaves. 8vo. Red cloth; gilt spine titles; dust jacket. Fine in a very near fine jacket, unclipped, with a touch of wear at spine ends. Signed and inscribed by Wildman on the half-title verso to an unknown recipient: “Mort, we are going in there with hammers and saws, and when the revised-again correction book comes out, only you and I will understand it. Thanks, Gene Wildman.”

Inscribed copy of this anthology of experimental prose, including concrete and pictorial elements, and featuring work by Alain Arais-Mission, Jean-Francois Bory, Jochen Gerz, Richard Kostelanetz, Ronald Tavel, et al. Wildman, a professor emeritus at the University of Illinois Chicago and former editor of The Chicago Review, also edited Anthology of Concretism, a survey of concrete poetry published by Swallow in 1967.

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