New York: Shortstop Press, 1977. First Edition. Pamphlet. 8vo. 8.5"x5.25". Staple-bound wraps. 10 pp.
Minor discoloration and scuffing on back cover.
This is a short story by Dawson printed in a limited run of 350 copies by Shortstop Press. Dawson, an influential figure in both the Beat and Black Mountain poetry movements, was known for his stream-of-consciousness style, well represented by this brief, repetitive story which seems to be, at the very least, a gentle ribbing of Dawson's friend and colleague Aram Saroyan. Near fine. Item #958