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A DOZEN DAYS: Three Small Presses
October 26, 1981 - November 6, 1981

a series of small-scale book art exhibitions: Red Ozier Press, Oliphant Press and NADJA

Nadja Press  
Almanach Du Printemps Vivarois
(1979) a long poem by Hayden Carruth
An Autobiographical Outline / Written for Louis Untermeyer
(1980) by Ezra Pound
Chocorua
(1981) by Richard Eberhart
If Birds Build With your Hair
(1979) a group of seven poems by W.D. Snodgrass
The River
(1980) by Frederick Morgan
Oliphant Press  
Hawthorne's Creed by John Updike
(1981) Designed and printed by Oliphant Press. Published by Targ Editions. Printed in Baskerville on Nideggen paper. Quarter bound cloth with marbled papers. Signed by the author.
Nature's First Green by Henry Roth
(1979)
The Collected Poems of James Graham, First Marquis of Montrose; edited by Robin Graham Bell
(1970)
What Was It? By Fitz-James O'Brien with Drawings by Leonard Baskin
(1974)
Red Ozier Press  
Ancient Song
(1980) by Mark Glass
Hurricane Lake
(1979) by Steve Miller and illustrated by Marta Anderson
Mirabai Versions
(1980) by Robert Bly and illustrated by Ellen Lanyon
Our Lady of the Three Pronged Devil
(1981) by Clayton Eshleman
The Managed World
(1980) by Diane Wakowski
The Tall Schooner
(1980) by Salvatore Quasimodo as translated by Michael Egan and illustrated by Janet Morgan

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