Paris: The Dead Language Press, 1959. First Edition. Square 8vo, three long, narrow leaves of Arches Ingres laid paper, printed by letterpress, folded and loosely inserted into printed textured blue wrappers. With rare folding prospectus listing eleven titles produced by the press. Fine. Item #206112
Contents include poems by Gregory Corso from his 1955 first book, Vestal Lady, and by Henk Marsman (a.k.a. J. Berlef), along with editorial comments from Dead Language founder and creative mastermind Piero Heliczer. Complete with the tipped-in photograph of "OM" [i.e. Olivia "Melusine" de Haulleville].