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1993. Photograph of Vollmann by Miller, who has provided author photos for several of Vollmann's books. Miller is known for his photographs of society's outcasts, and his collaborations with Vollmann are a natural match for both; Vollmann wrote the text for Miller's first book of photographs, Open All Night. This photo shows Vollmann sitting up in bed, shirtless, with a bottle of perhaps mouthwash on the night stand. Vollmann was in Ranong during his rescuing of a Burmese girl out of prostitution. Number 4 of 40 numbered images, titled and signed by Miller. Image is approximately 16" square. Matted. Fine. [#029367] $750
[Sacramento], (CoTangent Press), [1993]. A limited edition of a story from Thirteen Stories and Thirteen Epitaphs, preceded, in 1990 by a CoTangent edition of one handwritten folio copy, and issued here with revisions. This is copy number 23 of 200 numbered copies signed by Vollmann and by the designer, Ben Pax. Illustrated by Vollmann. Fine in sewn wrappers and dust jacket. [#912137] $700
(London), Deutsch, (1989). The correct first edition, preceding its U.S. issue. A massive book, a collection of stories, published in a small edition of only 1250 copies. Signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#011337] $250
(London), Deutsch, (1991). A collection of stories. Signed by the author. One corner tapped; else fine in a fine dust jacket. [#024235] $150
(London), Deutsch, (1990). The first book in his ambitious Seven Dreams series, a project that attempts to remythologize, through fiction, the history of North America. Signed by the author. Darkening to page edges; else fine in a near fine dust jacket creased at the crown. [#024234] $125
(London), Andre Deutsch, (1990). The first book in his ambitious Seven Dreams series, a project that attempts to remythologize, through fiction, the history of North America. Signed by the author. Toning to page edges and one slight corner tap; very near fine in a fine dust jacket. [#912141] $80
(London), Andre Deutsch, (1991). A collection of stories. Shallow creasing to foredge of prelims; very near fine in a fine dust jacket. [#912142] $60
NY, Pantheon, (1991). First American edition. Fine in a fine dust jacket and signed by the author. [#004889] $25
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