Palaemon Press Limited, 1981.

Octavo, unpaginated. No. 26 of 150 numbered copies, signed by the author. First published in Esquire in 1975, this essay by a drinker, not a connoisseur, flies uncomfortably close to the truth. "Anyone who messes around with gin and egg whites deserves what he gets. I should have stuck with bourbon and have from that day to this." In decorated paper boards over tan cloth, with a paper spine label. Fine.

Price: $400.00