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Title Opposed to indifference : poems of memory and conscience / Deborah Pease, Rosmarie Waldrop, René Char/Mary Ann Caws, Lee Bricetti, Kathleen Norris, Michael Anania, Jeanne Murray Walker, Catherine Kasper, Lea Graham, David Ray Vance, Ronnie Scharfman; with a print and vignettes by Ed Colker.
Publication Info. Millwood, NY : Haybarn Press, c2012.
1 hold on first copy returned of 1 copy
Location Call No. Status
 Rare Books Folio  Z-Fo C696 O6    IN CATALOGING
Description [14] leaves ; col. ill. (lithographs) ; 28 cm. in portfolio 30 x 24 cm.
Note Fourteen loose leaves printed on one side, enclosed in printed paper wrapper (28 x 45 cm); housed in red cloth portfolio with printed paper frontispiece, brown ribbon ties.
"All texts have been printed as letterpress by Bradley Hutchinson with typography set in Arial, Baskerville, Bauer Bodoni, Bembo, Garamond, Optima and Palatino on acid-free Stonehenge. The color lino-cut frontispiece print is on hand-made St. Armand Caribou. Accompanying vignettes were laser printed by Graphics from the artist's Mylar plates. The binder is wrapped in Canapetta cloth by Portfoliobox ... the edition, signed by the artist, is limited to one hundred twenty-five copies"--Colophon.
Local Note NYSL copy: No. 15, signed by Ed Colker. Gift of Ed Colker.
Subject Printing -- New York (State) -- Millwood -- 21st century -- Specimens.
Private presses -- New York (State) -- 21st century -- Specimens.
Poetry, Modern -- 20th century.
Poetry, Modern -- 21st century.
Genre or Form Artists' books -- 21st century.
Lithography -- United States -- 21st century.
Added Author Colker, Ed, 1927- illustrator, donor.
Pease, Deborah.
Waldrop, Rosmarie.
Char, René, 1907-1988.
Caws, Mary Ann.
Bricetti, Lee.
Norris, Kathleen, 1947-
Anania, Michael, 1939-
Walker, Jeanne Murray.
Kasper, Catherine.
Graham, Lea.
Vance, David Ray.
Scharfman, Ronnie Leah.
Hutchinson, Bradley, printer.
Haybarn Press.
Added Title Poems of memory and conscience