Fire On The Hills by Robinson Jeffers
This ruggedly-designed three-color broadside of Robinson Jeffers was done into type and print by Linomarl Marlan Beilke at his Quintessence Printing Museum in 1991 in Amador City, California. It is one of a handful of Jeffers’s broadsides created by Beilke that are still available. In many cases, there is a single copy of the broadsides. These broadsides are suitable for framing. When they are gone, as the saying goes, they are gone. Comes with a deckle edge on the right margin
Marlan Beilke, as recorded in HIS PLACE FOR STORY: ROBINSON JEFFERS: A DESCRIPTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY by Michael Broomfield, published more Jeffers’ pieces than any other publisher.