Kamuret Press’ Deluxe Edition of Crowley’s Early Poetic Works Almost Ready

The UK’s Kamuret Press has an update on the deluxe edition of Aleister Crowley’s Early Poetic Works. Their website says:

“We have been extremely busy working on Kamuret’s next publication, Aleister Crowley’s The Sword of Song, edited, annotated and introduced by Richard Kaczynski [currently scheduled for a March 2020 publication].

“In the meantime, the deluxe edition of Crowley’s Early Poetic Works, limited to 31 copies, is almost ready and pre-orders are now open. As usual, drop us a mail at kamuretpress@gmail.com with your postal address and we will send you a paypal invoice. These are the details of the deluxe edition:

“Each volume has Decadent purple colour plan-end papers, is rounded and backed, with purple and white head bands; has a purple ribbon, is full-bound in finest Nigerian black goatskin, foil-blocked in gold on the spine, with five raised bands; Royal Quarto; 16 pages of photos, many previously unpublished, of Crowley, Pollitt, Beardsley, Smithers et al. 304 pp.
“Every deluxe copy comes with a previously unpublished facsimile of one of Jerome Pollitt’s photographic calling cards. Card #1 will be included in copies 1-15, card #2 will be included in copies 16-31.
Price: £ 156
“Standard edition copies are still available for £ 25.

“The four works included in this anthology of early poetic production are Aceldama: A Place to Bury Strangers InJezebel and Other Tragic PoemsSongs of the Spirit and The Tale of Archais: A Romance in VerseEarly Poetic Works is edited, annotated and introduced by Christian Giudice, with a foreword by Henrik Bogdan.”

Pre-order your copy, or order a standard edition here:


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