The Holy Grail

Published by White Rabbit in 1964, The Holy Grail by Jack Spicer has an elegance to it.  I was delighted to get a copy recently.  I would have to say that for me the holy grail of Jack Spicer books is Homage to Creeley, privately printed by Harold and Dora Dull on a mimeograph in Annapolis, California in 1959.  Private coterie publishing on mimeo really has a hold on me.  Homage to Creeley, with the exception of the offprint of Jack Spicer's July-September 1952 article in Language: Journal of the Linguistic Society, is the rarest Spicer book to appear in his lifetime.


jadecar said...

Really nice scan/image. Thanks for posting these Spicer and Spicer-related things recently as I've never had the opportunity to see them in real life and probably never will.

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