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Typographeum Bibliography (Part 3)

52 ¶ Francis Golffing: Neobule's Soliloquy. 1992.

<Description> February 1992. 20 copies printed letterpress. Two unnumbered leaves sewn into overlapping tan paper wrappers. Paper: Linweave with a deckle fore-edge. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo.

<Annotations> This is a poem after Horace, Odes (III/12), and printed for the occasion of the fiftieth wedding anniversary of Barbara and Francis Golffing.

Richard Rooke: Crossing the Border53-a ¶ Richard Rooke: Crossing the Border & Other Poems. 1992.

<Title-Page> Crossing the Border | & Other Poems | by | Richard Rooke | (fleuron) | [small caps] TYPOGRAPHEUM / 1992

<Description> February 1992. 75 copies printed letterpress. Royal 8vo. Case-bound in a blue cloth from Van Heek. Titling label on the back-strip. 48 pages. Illustrated by Paul Ambrosio, Andy Anderian, Rob Langlade and Jaspail Riyait: four engravings. Paper: Mohawk Superfine. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

53-b ¶ Richard Rooke: Crossing the Border & Other Poems. 1992.

<Description> The same but limited to ten copies, lettered A to J, and signed by the poet.

R. D. Lakin: American Passport54 ¶ R. D. Lakin: American Passport. 1992.

<Title-Page> American Passport | by | R. D. Lakin | (device) | (small caps) TYPOGRAPHEUM / 1992

<Description> April 1992. 125 copies printed letterpress. Royal 8vo. Case-bound in a red cloth from Van Heek. Titling label on the back-strip. 60 pages. Mohawk Superfine paper. Text type-face: 12-point Baskerville. Separate prospectus.

<Annotations> Dean Lakin and his wife, Barbara, visited me here several times, and during one of them apparently I asked him to sign one copy for me. What he wrote was a bit more than I expected.

55 ¶ Rosalind Berwald: Remembering Signor Oscar. Illustrated by the author. 1992.

<Title-Page> Remembering Signor Oscar | by | Rosalind Berwald | Illustrated by the Author | (fleuron) | [small caps] TYPOGRAPHEUM / 1992

<Description> May 1992. 135 copies printed letterpress. Royal 8vo. Case-bound in a dark green cloth from Van Heek. A colour plate is mounted on the front cover. 44 pages. Illustrated with five colour plates printed by Kall-Kwik, London, and tipped in. Paper: Linweave with a deckle fore-edge. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

56 ¶ [Terry Risk]: For Gisèle. 1992.

<Title-Page> For Gisèle | On Your 80th Birthday | 11th September 1992

<Description> June 1992. 10 copies printed letterpress. 6 unnumbered leaves sewn and bound into light brown overlapping paper wrappers with a titling label on the front. Paper: Michelangelo France. Text type-face: 12-point Baskerville.

57 ¶ Richard Aldington: The Berkshire Kennet. 1992.

<Title-Page> The Berkshire Kennet | A Printer's Explanation | [small caps] TYPOGRAPHEUM / 1992

<Description> August 1992. 50 copies printed letterpress. Two unnumbered leaves, folded. Paper: Linweave with a deckle fore-edge. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo.

<Annotations> This is a riposte to number 28 above. The booklet was supposed to have been given away at a Symposium at Reading University in July 1986. However, the person who commissioned it, David Wilkinson, revealed a proprietary and obtuse attitude to the entire project. In the end he and I could not agree, so I asked him to send all the copies back to me. He did that, less one which he kept. But there was more to the story, and the whole thing is explained in this leaflet.

58 ¶ J. Bernlef: Poems. Translated by Scott Rollins. 1992.

<Title-Page> DRIFTWOOD HOUSE | Poems by | J. BERNLEF | Translated by Scott Rollins | (fleuron) | [small caps] TYPOGRAPHEUM / 1992

<Description> November 1992. 100 copies printed letterpress. Royal 8vo. Case-bound in a russet cloth from Van Heek. Titling label on the back-strip. 44 pages. Paper: Mohawk Superfine. Text type-face: 12-point Baskerville. Separate prospectus.

59 ¶ Bruce Chatwin: The Morality of Things. 1993.

<Title-Page> (swelled rule) | THE MORALITY | OF THINGS | A Talk by | Bruce Chatwin | (swelled rule) | Foreword by John Wyse Jackson | Frontispiece by Jocelynn Hallen | (device) | [small caps] TYPOGRAPHEUM 1993

<Description> January 1993. 175 copies printed letterpress. Royal 8vo. Case-bound in a grey cloth from Van Heek. Titling label on back-strip. 32 pages. Illustrated: frontispiece portrait. Paper: Mohawk Superfine. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus. Out of print.

<Annotations> This is a talk Bruce Chatwin gave at an art auction in support of the British Red Cross. He spoke about the obsession with possessions, a subject that interested him greatly: “All civilizations are by their very nature ‘thing-orientated’ and the main problem of their stability has been to devise new equations between the urge to amass things and the urge to be rid of them.”

R. D. Lakin: Travelling Raccoon Eyes60 ¶ R. D. Lakin: Travelling Raccoon Eyes in New Hampshire. 1993.

<Title-Page> TRAVELLING RACCOON EYES | IN NEW HAMPSHIRE | New England Memento | Autumn, 1992 | by R. D. Lakin | (fleuron) | Privately Printed 1993

<Description> March 1993. 15 copies printed letterpress. Signed by the poet. Small 8vo. 4 unnumbered sewn and bound in overlapping marbled paper wrappers with a titling label on the front. Text paper: Mohawk Superfine; the marbled paper wrappers were made by R. T. Risk. Text type-face: 12-point Baskerville. (Out of print.)

61 ¶ Paul W. Nash: The Gilded Fly: Short Stories. 1993.

<Title-Page> The Gilded Fly: Short Stories | by Paul W. Nash | Illustrated by Elizabeth Lee James | (floral engraving) | Typographeum: 1993

<Description> June 1993. 100 copies printed letterpress. Royal 8vo. Bound in a russet cloth from Van Heek. Titling label on the back-strip. 40 pages. Illustrated: frontispiece. Paper: Mohawk Superfine. Text type-face: 12-point Baskerville. Separate prospectus.

62 ¶ R. T. Risk: Four Private Presses. Francestown: 1993.

<Title-Page> Four Private Presses | (swelled rule) | The Castlelaw Press The Melissa Press | Officina Bodoni The Cuala Press | (swelled rule) | A Memoir by | R. T. RISK | [in red] (fleuron) | [small caps] TYPOGRAPHEUM 1993

<Description> October 1993. 125 copies printed letterpress. Royal 8vo. Case-bound in a black Japanese cloth. Titling label on the back-strip. 60 pages. Illustrated with five tipped-in plates. Paper: Mohawk Superfine. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

<Annotations> This recounts my visits to four private presses in 1973, before I had become a printer myself. I was looking for inspiration and found it from Alex Frizzell, a much loved bookseller, who had two beautiful presses installed in his home. One of them, the Arab, he let me use after he taught me the practice of letterpress.

Xan Fielding: A Hideous Disguise63 ¶ Xan Fielding: A Hideous Disguise. Foreword by Patrick Leigh Fermor. Illustrated by Amy Nimr. 1994.

<Title-Page> A Hideous Disguise | by | XAN FIELDING | Foreword by Patrick Leigh Fermor | Frontispiece by Amy Nimr | (fleuron) | TYPOGRAPHEUM: 1994

<Description> March 1994. 150 copies printed letterpress. Royal 8vo. Case-bound in blue cloth from Van Heek. Titling label on the back-strip. 52 pages. Illustrated: frontispiece. Mohawk Superfine paper. Text type-face: 12-point Baskerville. Separate prospectus.

<Annotations> Xan Fielding volunteered in January 1944 to be sent on a mission into Nazi-controlled France where he was captured and released under dramatic circumstances. In the Foreword here, his old friend Patrick Leigh Fermor writes: “Xan Fielding was a gifted, many-sided, courageous and romantic figure, at the same time civilized and Bohemian, and his thoughtful cast of mind was leavened by humour, spontaneous gaiety and a dash of recklessness.”

64 ¶ Lawrence P. Spingarn: Elegy for Amelia. 1994.

<Title-Page> ELEGY FOR AMELIA | by Lawrence P. Spingarn | (fleuron) | TYPOGRAPHEUM

<Description> June 1994. 75 copies printed letterpress. Signed by the author. Small 8vo. 24 pages sewn and bound in overlapping blue paper wrappers. Text paper: Mohawk Superfine; cover paper: Strathmore. Text type-face: 12-point Baskerville.

Roger Burford Mason: Printe and Be Damaged65-a ¶ Roger Burford Mason: Print and Be Damaged. 1994.

<Title-Page> (1-point line) | PRINT AND | BE DAMAGED | (1-point line) | Or How I Put My back Out | Saving Letterpress For My | Grandchildren's Children | (1-point line) | by Roger Burford Mason | (1-point line) | (fleuron) | FRANCESTOWN | Printed at the [small caps] TYPOGRAPHEUM | between the Stone Walls. | MCMXCIV | (1-point line)

<Description> July 1994. 25 copies. Numbered and signed by the author. 24 pages sewn and bound into a light grey paper wrappers. Preserved in folder bound with a linen cloth from Van Heek. Titling label on the front. Paper: Mohawk Superfine. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

65-b ¶ Roger Burford Mason: Print and Be Damaged. 1994.

<Description> The same but limited to 150 copies, not numbered or signed, and not in a case.

66-a ¶ John Moat: Three Stories. 1995.

<Title-Page> Three Stories | Snow | The Missing Piece | Smoke | John Moat | (fleuron) | TYPOGRAPHEUM | Francestown: 1995

<Description> February 1995. 100 copies printed letterpress. Royal 8vo. Case-bound in a russet cloth from Van Heek. Titling label on the back-strip. 60 pages. Illustrated with three line drawings by the author. Paper: Mohawk Superfine. Text type-face: 12-point Baskerville. Separate prospectus.

66-b ¶ John Moat: Three Stories. 1995.

The same but limited to 30 numbered copies signed by the author/artist.

67 ¶ Gisèle [d'Ailly]: Parian Poems. Francestown : 1995.

<Title-Page> Parian Poems | [line block] Gisèle | [small caps] TYPOGRAPHEUM: 1995

<Description> June 1995. 150 copies printed letterpress. Royal 8vo. Case-bound in a light blue cloth from Van Heek. Titling label on the back-strip. 48 pages. Illustrated with three half-tone plates tipped in. Paper: Mohawk Superfine. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

<Annotations> Gisèle d'Ailly was a Dutch artist and poet. In the mid-1960s she found and restored a small, nearly ruined monastery on the Aegean island of Paros, and for about sixteen years that was where she worked for long stretches of time. During the evenings, by candlelight, she wrote these poems: about her painting, her distant neighbours, and the life of the island.

Alfred Douglas: Halcyon Days68 ¶ Alfred Douglas: Halcyon Days. Selected and Introduced by Caspar Wintermans. 1995.

<Title-Page> Lord Alfred Douglas | Halcyon Days | Contributions to The Spirit Lamp | Selected and Introduced by | Caspar Wintermans | (fleuron) | [small caps] TYPOGRAPHEUM: 1995

<Description> September 1995. 100 copies printed letterpress. Royal 8vo. Case-bound in a green cloth from Van Heek. Titling label on the back-strip. Illustrated with a frontispiece line-block. 48 pages. Paper: Mohawk Superfine. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

<Annotations> These four prose pieces were written in the 1890s when Douglas was an undergraduate at Magdalen College, Oxford. They first appeared in a student magazine, The Spirit Lamp, which for a time he edited and to which he devoted himself to the exclusion of his academic studies. The magazine had a brief life, but among its contributors were Max Beerbohm and Oscar Wilde.

69-a ¶ Rosaleen Norton: Three Macabre Stories. 1996.

<Title-Page> Three Macabre Stories | by | Rosaleen Norton | (fleuron) | [small caps] EDITED WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY | Keith Richmond | [small caps] TYPOGRAPHEUM: 1996

<Description> January 1996. 150 copies printed letterpress. Royal 8vo. Case-bound in a black cloth from Van Heek. Titling label on the back-strip. Gold embossed device on front cover, from a design by the author. 48 pages. Illustrated with a frontispiece half-tone screen block portrait. Paper: Mohawk. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

<Annotations> Rosaleen Norton was an Australian artist who was notorious in the 1950s and 1960s because of her occult beliefs, bohemian life-style, and bizarre and often sensuous artwork. Less known was her minor career as a writer. The three horror stories included here first appeared in a popular magazine, Smith's Weekly, in 1934 when she was 16.

69-b ¶ Rosaleen Norton: Three Macabre Stories. 1996.

<Description> The same but one of twelve copies, lettered A to L, and signed by Richmond. Bound by Francis Brown of Dorchester, Dorset, in quarter black morocco with black cloth sides. Titled in gilt on the back-strip. Top edge gilt. Dark blue end-papers. Slip-case. Out of print.

70-a ¶ John Macalister: Butterflies. 1996.

<Title-Page> Butterflies | John Macalister | PRIVATELY PRINTED

<Description> March 1996. 40 copies printed letterpress. Numbered. Small 8vo. 16 pages sewn and bound in Thai paper wrappers (Unryu) with a titling label on the front. Colophon: “Forty numbered copies of this story | were for distribution on the occasion | of the writer's fortieth birthday.

John Macalister: Butterflies70-b ¶ John Macalister: Butterflies. 1996.

<Description> The same, but ten copies, in a variant binding, not numbered [for the printer].

71 ¶ John Fairfax: Zuithitsu, Poetic Journal and Jottings. 1996.

<Title-Page> Zuihitsu | Poetic journal and jottings | by | John Fairfax | (fleuron) | [small caps] TYPOGRAPHEUM: 1996

<Description> July 1996. 100 copies printed letterpress. Royal 8vo. Bound in a green cloth from Van Heek. Titling label on the back-strip. 76 pages. The paper is Mohawk Superfine. The text type-face is 12-point Baskerville. Four illustrations by Michael Fairfax, Jonathan Fairfax, Sara Cunningham, and Helen Merrin printed from line blocks. Separate prospectus.

72 ¶ John Gohorry: Ten Oxherding Poems. Illustrated by Jone Delahaye.

<Title-Page> TEN | OXHERDING | POEMS | by | John Gohorry | Illustrated by Jone Delahaye | (fleuron) | [small caps] TYPOGRAPHEUM: 1996

<Description> September 1996. 175 copies printed letterpress. 28 pages sewn and bound in light blue paper wrappers with a titling label on the front. Text paper: Linweave with a deckle fore-edge; cover paper: Strathmore. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

73 ¶ John Moat: Skeleton Key. 1997.

<Title-Page> Skeleton Key | by | John Moat | TYPOGRAPHEUM | Francestown: 1997

<Description> January 1997. 100 copies printed letterpress. Royal 8vo. Bound in a black cloth from Van Heek. Titling label on the back-strip. 68 pages. The paper is Mohawk Superfine. The type-face is 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

74 ¶ Kevin Di Camillo: Why I Drive Alfa Romeos & Other Excuses. Photography by Mark Dellas. 1997.

<Title-Page> Why I Drive Alfa Romeos | & Other Excuses | POEMS BY | Kevin Di Camillo | PHOTOGRAPH BY | Mark Dellas | (fleuron) | TYPOGRAPHEUM | 1997

<Description> 100 copies printed letterpress. Signed by the poet. Royal 8vo. Case-bound in a red cloth from Van Heek. Titling label on the back-strip. 72 pages. Paper: Mohawk Superfine. Text type-face: 12-point Baskerville. Separate prospectus.

75-a ¶ R. T. Risk: Typographeum. 1997.

<Title-Page> Typographeum | (swelled rule) | Being essays, mainly historical, | on printed and printing, and | including a remembrance of | a bookseller, along with | a personal narrative, by | R. T. Risk | (device) | [small caps] TYPOGRAPHEUM: 1997

<Description> October 1997. 115 copies printed letterpress. Royal 8vo. Case-bound in a brown cloth from Van Heek. Titling label on the back-strip. 48 pages. Paper: Mohawk Superfine. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

<Annotations> This includes an essay about what it may been like to be a printer in the 15th Century. It describes how a printing shop was run and what problems had to be dealt with. There is also a brief memoir on David Low, an English bookseller who was a friend and confidant.

75-b ¶ R. T. Risk: Typographeum. 1997.

<Description> The same but limited to ten copies, lettered A to J, and signed by the author. Bound by Francis Brown at Dorchester, Dorset, in quarter brown morocco with brown cloth sides. Gilt titling on the back-strip. Top edge gilt. Slip-case. Out of print.

76 ¶ Keith Richmond: Wanderings in Lower Dolpo. Francestown: 1998.

<Title-Page> Wanderings in Lower Dolpo | Reminiscences of a ‘Gonpa Thief,’ | An Account of a Journey Through | North West Nepal in the Last | Quarter of 1995 | by | Keith Richmond | (fleuron) | TYPOGRAPHEUM | 1998

<Description> July 1998. 125 copies printed letterpress. Royal 8vo. Case-bound in a russet cloth from Van Heek. Titling label on the back-strip. 112 pages. Illustrated with a map and four colour photographic reproductions pasted down. Paper: Strathmore paper. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

<Annotations> The author and a Sherpa friend walked through the remote, isolated, and desolate area called Dolpo in search of first-hand information about Bon, an ancient religion similar to Mahayana Buddhism which is still practiced there. On the way they encountered loutish officials, suspicious villagers, and great hardship in a difficult terrain. But they were also favoured with much kindness.

W. F. Cornell: Three Little Poems77 ¶ W. F. Cornell: Three Little Poems. 1998.

<Title-Page> Three Little Poems | W. F. Cornell | (fleuron) | Privately Printed

<Description> September 1998. 75 copies printed letterpress. 8 unnumbered leaves sewn and bound into overlapping wrappers with a titling label on the front. Text paper: Linweave with a deckle fore-edge. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo.

78 ¶ Derek Stanford: The Purgatory and Paradise of Aubrey Beardsley. 1999.

<Title-Page> The Purgatory and Paradise | of Aubrey Beardsley | An Essay and a Narrative | Confession in Verse | by | Derek Stanford | (device) | Francestown | TYPOGRAPHEUM | 1999

<Description> January 1999. 150 copies printed letterpress. Royal 8vo. Case-bound in a gold cloth from Japan. Titling label on the back-strip. 76 pages. With 10 illustrations by Aubrey Beardsley reproduced by letterpress line-blocks. Paper: Strathmore. The type-face is 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

<Annotations> Derek Stanford was an authority about the 1890s, including on Aubrey Beardsley, one of the best and certainly most original of the English black-and-white artists. This is a long poem written in Beardsley's imagined voice.

79 ¶ Francis Golffing: A Glimpse of Montenegro. 1999.

<Title-Page> A Glimpse of | Montenegro | Francis Golffing | (fleuron) | Privately Printed | 1999

<Description> May 1999. 60 copies printed letterpress. 6 unnumbered leaves sewn and bound in light green overlapping paper wrappers with a titling label on the front. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo.

80 ¶ Kevin Di Camillo: Occasionally Yours. 1999.

<Title-Page> [in blue] Occasionally | [IN BLUE] Yours | [in blue] (& Others) | The Occasional Verse | of Kevin Di Camillo | 1990-99 | Photography by Mark Dellas | TYPOGRAPHEUM | Francestown, N.H., 1999

<Description> November 1999. 200 copies printed letterpress. Signed by the poet. 32 pages sewn and bound in blue overlapping wrapper with a titling label on the front. Text and cover papers: Strathmore. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

81 ¶ Don Bell: Bookspeak. 2000.

<Title-Page> Bookspeak | by | Don Bell | (fleuron) | TYPOGRAPHEUM

<Description> September 2000. 120 copies printed letterpress. Small 8vo. 28 pages sewn and bound in overlapping tan paper wrappers with a printed label on the front. Text paper: Strathmore; Cover paper: Fabriano. Type-faces: 12 and 18-point Bembo.

82 ¶ Augustine D. Towey: Later Enchantments, Poems. 2000.

<Title-Page> Later Enchantments | Poems by | Augustine D. Towey, C.M. | (device) | (quotation from Gerard Manley Hopkins: “The Caged Skylark”) | TYPOGRAPHEUM

<Description> 2000. 175 copies printed letterpress. Signed by the poet. Royal 8vo. Case-bound in a green cloth from Van Heek. Titling label on the back-strip. 64 pages. The paper is from Strathmore. The text type-face is 12-point Bembo with various sizes of Garamont for the display. Separate prospectus.

Alister Kershaw: One for the Road83-a ¶ Alister Kershaw: One for the Road. 2003.

<Title-Page> One for the Road | by | Alister Kershaw | (fleuron) | TYPOGRAPHEUM | Francestown, New Hampshire | 2003

<Description> 2003. 175 copies printed letterpress. Royal 8vo. Case-bound in a gold cloth from Japan. Titling label on the back-strip. 128 pages. Illustrated with a wine label tipped in as a frontispiece. Erratum slip laid in. Paper: Cranes. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

<Annotations> This is an extended appreciation of alcoholic beverages and the friends with whom Alister Kershaw spent much of his life enjoying them. It is organized in “Rounds.” At one point he remarks: “There's something very wrong with a world in which you have to limit your tippling just because you haven't got any money.”

83-b ¶ Alister Kershaw: One for the Road. 2003.

<Description> The same but with a variant binding by Jelka Kershaw: yellow cloth with a black leather label titled in gilt and affixed, low, on the back-strip. (An unknown number of copies were bound this way.)

84-a ¶ John Moat: Hermes & Magdalen, Poems and Etchings 43. 2004.

<Title-Page> Hermes & Magdalen | Poems and Etchings by | John Moat | [in maroon] 43 | TYPOGRAPHEUM | Francestown, New Hampshire: 2004

<Description> December 2004. 150 copies printed letterpress. Royal 8vo. Case-bound in a silk-finish Japanese cloth. 96 pages. Rose-coloured end-papers. Illustrated: frontispiece, plus 19 plates, tipped in (reduced from the originals and reproduced by Senecio Press, Charlbury). Errata slip laid in. Paper: Strathmore. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

84-b ¶ John Moat: Hermes & Magdalen, Poems and Etchings 43. 2004.

<Description> The same but 10 numbered copies signed by the author and including one new original etching (which were limited to 20 copies printed by Gareth John Jones). Specially bound and slip-cased by Fine Binders of Wellingborough. The cloth is from Colibri and the end-papers are hand-made from Saunders.

84-c ¶ John Moat: Hermes & Magdalen, Poems and Etchings 43. 2004.

<Description> The same but three copies, lettered A to C, signed and including a full suite of the original etchings.

Augustine Towey: The Anna Poems85 ¶ Brother Augustine Towey, C.M.: The Anna Poems. 2005:

<Title-Page> The Anna Poems | and two other verses | A Chapbook | (fleuron) | by Brother Augustine Towey, C.M. | TYPOGRAPHEUM | Francestown, New Hampshire: 2005

<Description> March 2005. 185 copies printed letterpress. Signed by the poet. 32 pages sewn and bound into dark green overlapping paper wrappers, with a titling label on the front. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo.

86 ¶ Brother Augustine Towey, C.M.: Poems from San Francisco. 2006.

<Title-Page> Poems from San Francisco | and The Niagara University | Sesquicentennial Poem | A Chapbook | (fleuron) | by Brother Augustine Towey, C.M. | TYPOGRAPHEUM | Francestown, New Hampshire: 2006

<Description> June 2006. 185 copies printer letterpress. Signed by the poet. 14 unnumbered leaves sewn and bound in light green overlapping paper wrappers with a titling label on the front. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo.

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