Vinyard Haven, MA: Salt-Works Press, 1980. First edition thus. no binding. Broadside poem "handset & treadle printed" by the press. 7 x 12 in. Announcements of the poet's available titles from Salt-Works and Pentagram Press (WI) on the verso. Very light toning and handling to edges, not folded.
[CONCORD, NH]: William B. Ewert, 1996. Barry Moser. First Separate Edition. no binding. Broadside poem, 7”x11”. Illustrated by Barry Moser. One of 60 unnumbered copies, all signed in pencil by Moser. Fine.
Chicago: The Wine Press, 1972. First edition. no binding. 11 x 17 in. poetry broadside, folded, with series title and colophon on verso. First in a series from the press. One of 500 copies on "100% recycled materials"
Cooper Station, NY: Mulch Press, 1971. First edition. no binding. Poetry broadside printed on orange paper, illustrated. 8 1/2 x 11 inches. Light crease, still very good. Vas Dias is best known as an editor and as publisher of Permanent Press; he founded the National Poetry Festival.