Inkblot, 1984. First edition. Paperback. Near fine.
Small press Gysin collection published in Oakland, California, containing "The Foundering Ship," "Ariadne on Naxos," "The Sulton's Hobby," "El Larbi," The Hostages," "Time By the Sun," and "Potiphar's Wife."
“The resulting texts always took a narrative term, enigmatic at first but ultimately explicit and often premonitory. The semantic distribution of these basic elements diverted them from their original meaning, thus revealing their real significance. Henceforth, every form of writing will consist of an operation of decoding, of contamination, and of sense perversion. All this because all language is essentially mystification, and everything is fiction.”