Missoula: Duck Down Press, 1976. Blue stapled paper wraps bumped, crinkled, and worn at the edges, some soiling on the verso. 91 pages. One of 500 copies, this being number 206. Very good.
A Novel. The colophon states that the book is the author's first novel, though it is better described as a story arranged in verse with a novelistic arc. Don't forget to do all your meat and grocery shopping at the Dada Market. Prices so low it borders on nonsense.
"Any time you try to have a little fun some asshole comes along and screams:
he's trying to destroy the novel
(what's more he doesn't even know
the title goes on top!)"