[ North Hollywood:]: The Window Pane Press, 1993. One of 75 copies, numbered and signed in ink by the author and artist on the colophon. Designed and printed by Bonnie Thompson Norman. This is copy no. 40. Five illustrations with tissue guards, titles, and initial letters drawn by Michael Woodcock. Illustrations printed from photoengravings of drawings and linocuts. A fine, uncut copy in a fine red cloth slipcase. Bound by the BookLab, Inc. in quarter black and red patterned cloth over red cloth lettered in gilt. Black endpapers. Large folio. 1], [1, blank], , [1,blank], , [1, blank], 34, , [1, blank], [1, colophon] pp. Item #16868
Barry Sanders is a writer and academic. He has been nominated twice for the Pulitzer Prize, is the author of fourteen books as well as over fifty essays and articles, and earned a doctorate in medieval literature from USC in 1966. Sanders’ work is often described as occurring in the “intersection of art and activism.” His story The Green Zone: The Environmental Costs of Militarism was named one of top-censored stories by Project Censored in 2009. Fourteen Ninety Two or Three features prose fiction on various themes related to Christopher Columbus, including his journey (“September”) and the effects his discovery had upon the New World (“The Arrogance of the Heart”).
Michael Woodcock (1951-2013) was a noted Claremont artist and a Pitzer College professor emeritus. He completed an M.F.A. in drawing and painting at Claremont Graduate University.