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Robinson Jeffers lives through these recently uncovered broadsides

Years ago two Californians crossed paths–one a writer and the other an old-time printer–and together they immortalized each other.  The two are Robinson Jeffers and Marlan Beilke.  Last summer Oak Knoll Press published His Place for Story: An Annotated Robinson Jeffers Bibliography compiled and written by Michael Broomfield.   Charles Simic described the book  as a “A marvelously […]

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Thank you all for your support.

As we slide into another Fourth of July weekend, I want to thank all of you for your support and book, pamphlet and broadside orders.  Without great people like you, independent publishers in this country would be out of business.  We owe you all a debt of gratitude, so I send my thanks.   And […]

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Robinson Jeffers’s broadsides, hidden treasures

Two additional Robinson Jeffers’s broadsides Here are two more Robinson Jeffers’s broadsides, both of which were printed by Marlan Beilke at his Quintessence Working Press-Room Museum in Amador City, California.  In a pair of other posts (and here) I listed some of the other Robinson Jeffers’s broadsides that I have discovered recently.  In some cases there […]

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