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The Man Who Loves Salmon, Alexie, Sherman
1 Alexie, Sherman The Man Who Loves Salmon
Boise, ID Limberlost Press 1998 093165940X / 9780931659409 Limited/Numbered Illustrated Boards Near Fine No Jacket (As Issued) Teters, Charlene Signed by Author
Letterpressed in an edition of 750 copies of which 100 have been numbered and SIGNED by the author (Sherman Alexie) and artist (Charlene Teters) and bound in cloth and boards. From the Colophon: "The Man Who Loves Salmon" has been letterpressed in an edition of 750 copies during the winter of 1998. The type is Palatino. The paper is Mohawk Superfine, sewn by hand into Magnani Pescia covers and Thai Chiri endsheets. 100 copies have been numbered and signed by author and artist and bound in cloth and boards. This copy is number 17." A slight bit of damage to the right, top corner of the front board (see photo), otherwise a beautiful copy of a scarce Alexie item. 
Price: 285.00 USD
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The Man Who Loves Salmon, Alexie, Sherman.
2 Alexie, Sherman. The Man Who Loves Salmon
Boise, ID Limberlost Press 1998 093165940X / 9780931659409 Limited/Numbered Illustrated Boards Fine No Jacket (As Issued) Teters, Charlene Signed by Author
Letterpressed in an edition of 750 copies of which 100 have been numbered and SIGNED by the author (Sherman Alexie) and artist (Charlene Teters) and bound in cloth and boards. From the Colophon: "The Man Who Loves Salmon" has been letterpressed in an edition of 750 copies during the winter of 1998. The type is Palatino. The paper is Mohawk Superfine, sewn by hand into Magnani Pescia covers and Thai Chiri endsheets. 100 copies have been numbered and signed by author and artist and bound in cloth and boards. This copy is number 16. A beautiful copy of a scarce Alexie item. 
Price: 450.00 USD
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Closing Time, Heller. Joseph
3 Heller. Joseph Closing Time
New York, NY Simon & Schuster 1994 0671517120 / 9780671517120 First Edition/First Printing Hard Cover Fine Slipcase Signed by Author
This is copy #542 of 750 copies of the Limited Edition of "Closing Time" - a sequel to Catch 22. This copy has been SIGNED by Joseph Heller on a special Limitation Page tipped into the book by the publisher. In the publisher's red slipcase. Publisher's list price of $125. 
Price: 55.00 USD
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The Stonemason, A Play in Five Acts, McCarthy, Cormac
4 McCarthy, Cormac The Stonemason, A Play in Five Acts
Hopewell, NJ Ecco 1995 0880013591 / 9780880013598 First Edition/First Printing Slipcase Fine No Jacket (As Issued) Signed by Author
This copy has been SIGNED by Cormac McCarthy on the publisher's tipped-in page. "This special edition of The Stonemason is limited to three hundred and fifty boxed copies. These books are NUMBERED and SIGNED by Cormac McCarthy." This being copy #88. In the preface to Vereen Bell's The Achievement of Cormac McCarthy (1988), it was noted that paperback editions of The Orchard Keeper (1982), Outer Dark (1984), Child of God (1984), and Blood Meridian (1986) were made available through the intelligent reclamation efforts of Daniel Halpern and the Ecco Press. After achieving "overnight" success (after 25 years of writing!) with the publication of All The Pretty Horses (1992), McCarthy returned to publish The Stonemason with Ecco. This is a play, written earlier in his career, set in Louisville, Kentucky in the 1970s which traces the relationships among four generations of a black family, and the keeping and tragic breaking of traditions from son to son. 
Price: 350.00 USD
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Two-Eleven All Around, Offutt, Chris
5 Offutt, Chris Two-Eleven All Around
St. Paul, MN Danger! Books 1998 First Edition/First Printing Fine Slipcase Signed by Author
This is Copy "J" of 26 lettered copies that has been SIGNED by Chris Offutt. Printed and bound at the Kutenai Press. Chris Offutt is one of the Granta 20 authors and this is his first signed limited edition. A beautiful production of a story out of his collection - Out of the Woods. 
Price: 295.00 USD
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