Los Angeles: Plantin Press, 1972. One of 200 copies printed at the Plantin Press of Saul and Lillian Marks. A fine copy. Marbled green wrappers, beige printed label. Three-hole pamphlet stitch binding. Inscribed to by the author on the front free endpaper in green ink by the poet and Mel Edelstein, her husband. 4.5 inches by 5 inches. [12 unnumbered] pp. Item #17392
Eleanor Edelstein’s poetry has been collected in chapbooks by presses like the Magpie Press in Los Angeles and included, alongside poems by Allen Ginsberg and Robert Penn Warren, in a 1964 anthology commemorating the seventy-seventh birthday of Marianne Moore. Her husband, Mel Edelstein (1925-1996), was a senior bibliographer and resource coordinator for the Getty’s Center for the History of Art helped the Getty Museum build a collection of Italian Renaissance and Baroque festival books. He is also the bibliographer of Wallace Stevens.
Harmsen and Tabor, The Plantin Press: A Bibliography, 358.