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Charles Bukowski -- poem for Dante

Charles Bukowski -- poem for Dante

Charles Bukowski -- poem for Dante

Charles Bukowski -- poem for Dante

Charles Bukowski -- poem for Dante

Charles Bukowski -- poem for Dante

































































 

Chrales Bukowski -- poem for Dante


Charles Bukowski -- poem for Dante

with specially commissioned artwork by Christoph Mueller


Ahead of the latest and final Charles Bukowski collection Storm for the Living and the Dead due Autumn 2017 from Ecco, an imprint of HarperCollins, Tangerine Press are proud to be publishing the long lost 'poem for Dante'.

Due June 2017.

The 'poem for Dante' broadside is letterpress printed on a 1948 Auto-Vic Art Platen onto 280gsm Somerset Velvet Newsprint paper.

Christoph Mueller’s specially commissioned artwork is Indigo printed in two colours onto 270gsm Mohawk Superfine paper.


Two editions:

150-copy numbered/artwork edition:
numbered copies of the broadside are housed in an acid-free vellum white custom envelope, with (unsigned) artwork by Herr Mueller. The envelope itsself is embossed in gold on a 1960s Marshall embosser. £25.00 + p&p

Price with shipping


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26-copy lettered/signed portfolio edition:
hardcover portfolio with two facing pockets containing the letterpress printed broadside and specially commissioned, signed artwork by Herr Mueller. The portfolio itself is quarterbound with a Japanese silk spine and hand marbled paper covered boards; 160gsm Fabriano Tiziano paper covered pockets.

NB marbled papers are different for each copy and just a few examples are shown here.

This edition is signed by the artist Christoph Mueller.


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With thanks to Linda Lee Bukowski, Abel Debritto and all at Ecco for making this project possible.

Acknowledgement is due to Peter Finch’s Second Aeon magazine, who first published the poem in 1971.