Gotay, Consuelo; Edgardo Rodriguez Julia.

San Juan: La Casa del Libro, 2014. 1st ed. 26 p., 12 plates, woodcut relief print illustrations, accompanied by English transl., looseleaf in a clamshell box New Artists' book in which printer and designer Consuelo Gotay uses woodcut relief prints to tell the folk legend of two witch sisters--one good, one bad--which is itself a parable of modernity and consumer culture in 1920s Puerto Rico. Handset, letterpressed text. Housed in a teal cloth-covered clamshell. Accompanied by English translation of text, by Roberto Marquez. Limited to 30 copies (Item ID: 166096)


** Special Order ** Please Allow 90 Days **

Topic Notification

Site by Bibliopolis