The Wu General Writes From Far Away

This is a beautiful and haunting poem of war and desire. Christopher Howell, who lives in Spokane, Washington, is a widely published, widely traveled and much honored poet whose works reflect the human experience with all its loneliness and beauty, love and desolation. His poems touch the chord of reflection and quiet we experience in rare moments of aloneness.

The book is printed on Japanese Mulberry paper with six wood engravings by Abigail Rorer. The type is Cochin and the text and engravings were printed by Darrell Hyder. Marbled papers by Faith Harrison were sewn in a Chinese-style binding with a magnetic case by Barbara Blumenthal. 5 ¾ x 8 inches, 24 pages. Edition of 120 with 110 for sale, 10 deluxe [sold out] and 100 regular copies. Price: $200