Hutchinson, W. and Abrams, R., 1979 No Images Available “April 1979 was a very hectic month for me: I worked on three books for Foul Play Press, ‘Troika’ by David Gurr, ‘The Apathetic Bookie Joint’ by Daniel Fuchs, and ‘Twenty-Five
Oates, Joyce Carol, 1977 “Aristide Briand [19c. French performer], reproached repeatedly in the Chamber of Deputies for some heinous offense, once exclaimed: ‘An unfounded accusation like that, made for the first time, is simply outrageous. Repeated, it only becomes boring.
Oates, Joyce Carol, 1970 “This book may have been discussed in the other copy (in town); it is also referred to in the comment for JCO’s next book of short stories, ‘Marriages and Infidelities’. At any rate, in anticipation of
Fineman, Irving, 1939 “Look at last chapter—p. 415—and notice how the regular story is distinguished from a letter and from a dream never by indentions but mainly by variations in the leading (as throughout the book)—and you will at once
Oates, Joyce Carol, 1979 No Images Available “Standard style for all the Oates novels, of which, also, this is the last one for me to design, since she is changing publishers. (The binding design is adapted from the book jacket).
Oates, Joyce Carol, 1978 No Images Available “The terrifying, hysterical quality of this novel, and its religious background, both of which I wanted to indicate, are recognizable in the (rejected) sketches for titlepage and binding lead in. (The calm Libra
Oates, Joyce Carol, 1976 No Images Available “Another title in the continuing series of JCO’s short story collections.”
Oates, Joyce Carol, 1976 “The layout scheme follows that of J.C.O.’s previous novels, except for the diagonal layout. Oates, always as conscious of the appearance of printed matter as though she were writing [?] poetry, typed the children’s singsong (on
Oates, Joyce Carol, 1975 No Images Available “I read the manuscript looking to have ‘the mystery solved’. Found no solution, did not understand the book or its title. —The layout is standard ‘Oates-novel’—what else could I have done.”
Oates, Joyce Carol, 1974 No Images Available “Same specifications, same layout as JCO’s previous short story collections. (The author’s name on the titlepage is better fitted).”
Oates, Joyce Carol, 1974 Full title: New Heaven, New Earth: The Visionary Experience in Literature “Designed originally as a counterpiece to ‘The Edge of Impossibility’, the author’s other book of critical essays, the layout was, at her insistence, made ‘more
Oates, Joyce Carol, 1973 “Another step in the developing typographic style for J.O.C. The whole feel and appearance is the same as in the preceding books; even Perpetua was previously used though not in this manner. The handling of long
Oates, Joyce Carol, 1972 “A companion volume to ‘The Wheel of Love’ this book is laid out to closely match its predecessor. There are again unusual typographic problems (pp. 436  /452, pp. 194/215) etc. The story heads, in machine
Oates, Joyce Carol, 1971 “A more strictly organized story than THEM, the design of this novel is also more succinct than the other book, but still shows a distinct family relationship with it. The several lives of its hero are
Oates, Joyce Carol, 1969 “Copy inscribed by author” “This was the first, and probably most successful, of the many books by this author which I came to design. It set the style for those to follow, even though it was