Grand Forks, ND: University of North Dakota Press, 1987. First Printing. Softcover. Inscribed & signed to James Perrizo by Clayton Eshleman. This number of the venerable literary journal, chiefly edited by Robert W. Lewis, is sub-titled "Some Others: Contemporary American Poetry" & features the essay "Psyche's New Form: Eshleman's Myth of Transformation" by Paul Christensen. Clayton Eshleman is of course the acclaimed, award-winning poet, translator & scholar who has long.....[Item #3346]
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Pasadena, CA: California Institute of Technology, 1983. First Printing. Softcover. Signed by Clayton Eshleman. A vintage early number of the highly acclaimed "Literary Tri-Quarterly of the Whole Art," chiefly edited & with contributions by Clayton Eshleman, the esteemed & prolific poet, translator & scholar who has long resided near us in Michigan, our friend & mentor. With four poems from Eshleman's collection entitled Fracture, which was published during the same.....[Item #3474]
Fremont, MI: The Sumac Press, 1969. First Printing. Softcover. Signed by Clayton Eshleman. This early vintage number of the esteemed literary journal features the poem "Diagonal" (pgs. 110-113) by Clayton Eshleman, the acclaimed & prolific poet, editor & educator who resides near us in Michigan, our friend & mentor. On title page, Eshleman has hand-written his signature. Also in this issue are contributions of poetry by Paul Hannigan, Denise Levertov.....[Item #3643]