Another Roadside Attraction; Even Cowgirls Get the Blues; Still Life with Woodpecker.
First editions, first printings. Presentation copies, each inscribed by the author to a different recipient. Another Roadside Attraction: “Geneve, you sky full of moons, you’re the sweetest thing to happen to me in a long, long time. My love rides with you – awake or dreaming. Tom Robbins. June 8 1977.” Even Cowgirls Get the Blues: “To Peter Songrer, with joy & dreams, Tom Robbins.” Still Life With Woodpecker: “To Stratford, Viva La Vie! Tom Robbins.” Together with a typed letter, signed by Robbins to Geneve Gregor, his girlfriend at the time, and the recipient of this inscribed copy of Roadside Attraction. It is dated 17 June 1977 – a week after he inscribed the book to her. Robbins asks for some space in their relationship, and writes that “Margy still owns a big hunk of my heart, and until I succeed in getting it back from her, there is a very grave danger that you will get hurt by being too close to me…Okay, honey thighs? I miss you and look forward to being with you again.” Also laid-in is a postcard from Robbins to Gregor, dated 14 June 1977.
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3 volumes, octavo. Another Roadside Attraction: original green cloth-backed black boards, titles to spine silver, green endpapers. Even Cowgirls Get the Blues: original white and blue cloth, titles to spine blue, yellow endpapers, top edge brown. Still Life with Woodpecker: original buff cloth, titles to spine gilt and bronze, buff endpapers. With the dust jackets. Some mild foxing to edges, jacket of Cowgirls with some nicks to extremities, jacket of Roadside creased with some shallow chips and nicks to extremities; an excellent, bright set.