Cascadian Zen Vol. I Deluxe

Deluxe Edition of Cascadian Zen Volume I

March 22, 2024
Splabman

The first printing of Cascadian Zen Volume I: Bioregional Writings on Cascadia Here and Now has sold out and a deluxe edition is available. Proceeds from sales of these rare books will help fund the publication of Cascadian Zen Volume II due in Fall 2024. The launch is set for the 8th Cascadia Poetry Festival, November 1-3, 2024 at Spring Street Center and other venues. BUY CZI DELUXE NOW.

For serious collectors there is this:

PROSPECTUS (pdf here)

Watershed Press is offering Cascadian Zen in a deluxe edition with a strictly limited printing of 26 numbered copies (and six copies hors commerce), hand bound in cloth, with almost twenty contributor signatures. The book comes in a handmade cloth slipcase and includes a separate, strictly limited, signed, and numbered print of Lopez Island by Nathan Wirth, suitable for framing. Any profits will be used to underwrite future publications of the Watershed Press.

Photo by Nathan Wirth

Signatures include Robert Bringhurst, Jan Zwicky, Daphne Marlatt, Cate Gable, Tim McNulty, Tess Gallagher, Robert Michael Pyle, Alice Derry, Red Pine (Bill Porter), Ray Grigg, Holly Hughes, Michael Daley, Gabriella Gutierrez y Muhs, Gary Copeland Lilley, Terran Campbell, Ann Spiers, and the editors Paul Nelson, Jason M. Wirth, and Adelia MacWilliam.

Published January 2024.
For more on the book: https://cascadiapoeticslab.org/2021/08/cascadian-zen-2/

The book and print are $500. To place an order, write Jason M. Wirth

at wirthj@seattleu.edu or CLICK HERE.

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