by J. Drucker
by E. Rettberg
graphical: The human figures on the versos are modified in a blurry way that suggests a dreamlike state, while the rectos are printed in a state much closer to the photographic originals.
openings: Each verso page features a segment of a letter from a man to a woman with whom he is breaking up; each recto tells part of the story of how he came to breaking up with her by way of the lyrics of "24 Hours from Tulsa."
edition type: editioned
publisher: Suky Best
place: London, England
edition size: 500
note: The cover page says "Volume One," but it is unclear whether more volumes followed. [E. Rettberg]
horizontal: 5 7/8 inches closed
vertical: 7 7/8 inches closed
depth: 1/16 inches closed
binding: saddle stitching (AAT) two staples
general description: A pulp-looking cover page opens to pages graphically divided into frames, much like a comic book.
format: codex (AAT)
cover: An impressionistically modified photograph fills the page below a masthead announcing the author and the title in a colorful script font.
pagination: unpaginated 20 unnumbered pages
(c) Suky Best 1995, Edition: 500, Lyrics from "24 Hours From Tulsa" by Hal David & Burt Bacharach reproduced with permission from MCA Music Ltd.; Made in Lond