Later was written at 400 Fargo Street in Buffalo, NY September 3-13, 1977. Taking a glace at Google Maps to refresh my memory, it appears that the house is abandoned. This is the home, then above a grocery store, where the interview with Spanos I mentioned a few days ago took place.
Later was published by Allan Kornblum’s Toothpaste Press in West Branch, Iowa in the spring of 1978. Printed in three colors (black, brown and orange) the typeface is Perpetua, on handmade Iyo Glazed paper. The edition is eight-hundred in Strathmore wrappers (pictured above) and one-hundred numbered and signed by Creeley and bound in Japanese wrappers.
There’s an excellent interview with Allan Kornblum, who is perhaps better known today for his second press, Coffee House, here.
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