(Tulsa), (Hadassah Press), (1981). An early book, a collection of poetry, by this author of Cherokee descent. Glancy's first several publications were chapbooks that she published herself, first as the Hadassah Press, and then as the MyrtleWood Press: Hadassah is the Hebrew word for Myrtle, the author's grandmother's name. This title was published the same year as Drystalks of the Moon and Clearing Ghostlaw's Field: only one book, Traveling On, preceded, in 1980. OCLC locates only one copy of Cache Fourche, and this is the first time we have encountered this title. Trace spotting to covers; a very near fine copy in stapled wrappers. Extremely scarce, both in the market and in library holdings. [#035116] $1,250
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