Item #003495 Autumn. Joseph Kling.


Mount Vernon, N.Y. Golden Eagle Press, 1944. Paperback. [6], 22, [2] p.; 19 cm. Blue wrappers printed on the front in green. One of a limited edition of 300 copies on ragston paper. The Golden Eagle Press was founded by Samuel A. Jacobs (1891-1971) in Mount Vernon, N.Y., in the 1920s. The author, Joseph Kling, was the publisher of the Greenwich Village magazine The Pagan from 1916 to 1922, also running a bookshop by the same name. In his magazine, Kling published early work by Malcolm Cowley, Hart Crane, Maxwell Bodenheim, Eugene O'Neill, and Louis Zukofsky. In addition to supporting poetry, the magazine was ardently anti-war and anti-government. In Very Good Condition: front wrapper slightly soiled; 1-cm. tear in front wrapper from head of spine, with minor loss at head of spine; pages are clean and tight. Very Good. Item #003495

Price: $16.00

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