The Gogmagog Press, 1972. 5 3/4 x 9. 48 French-fold leaves, illustrated with 8 full page color intaglios. Boards covered with Japanese "net-mesh" paper. Fine. Item #17801
Cox’s impressionistic poems are reflected in his typography. In the layout for “Band in the Park” one can see a park with a lake and a bandstand surround by picnickers. The visual impact of shaped typography engages the reader. Cox writes of his poem "Central/Peripheral," "the eye having descended centrally, it should feel free to roam up or down, or from side to side, until all the subtleties of meaning inherent in the relationships appear to have become realized." No. 47 of 50 signed copies, illustrated, printed on Japanese mulberry paper, & bound by Cox.