Title: On Pirates by Ashbless, William; Wilson, ...
Publisher: Subterranean Press, Burton, MI.
Publication Date: 2001
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Fine
Signed: Signed by Author(s)
Edition: First Edition
As new. This copy number 668. Cover and interior illustrations by Gahan Wilson. The first in Subterranean Press' plans to bring to light some unduly neglected works by noted poet William Ashbless, this new chapbook contains "Slouching Toward Mauritius," a piratical short story written more than 25 years ago but never published, along with a lengthy pirate poem, "Moon-Eye Agonistes." Ashbless' notorious compatriots Tim Powers and James P. Blaylock have contributed an introduction and afterword, respectively, to put the pieces in their proper historical perspective. Printed in two colors throughout, this deluxe chapbook is fully illustrated with four two-color illustrations by Gahan Wilson! Limited to 1000 SIGNED/NUMBERED trade paperback editions. OUT OF PRINT. Bookseller Inventory # 000987
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