An Autobiography. To All Those Who Still Don't Know Who They Are.Godshill, Hampshire: Millersford Press, 2008 Stock Code: 144271
First and only edition, number 50 of 50 copies only, signed by the author on the limitation page.
Casey (1925-2012) was a writer, artist, and horse breeder "who lived the archetypal bohemian life... Casey's best known novel, The Horse of Selene (Dolmen, 1971), exploring the freedom of spirit which characterised the late 1960s, brought her a cult following particularly in the US and Ireland; the New York Times called it 'a remarkable first novel by a remarkable woman'... Casey's work will continue to be treasured" (Aarons).
Octavo. Original red cloth, titles in gilt to spine and front board, colour pictorial onlay to front board, green endpapers, green page marker.
Colour portrait frontispiece, title printed in red and green, 4 leaves of monochrome photographs, 3 leaves of colour photographs.
Three faint white marks to boards, the binding otherwise sharp, a few pencil marginalia, else internally clean and fresh; a near-fine copy.
Sonia Aarons, "Juanita Casey: Writer, artist and horse breeder who lived the archetypal bohemian life", in Independent, 5 December 2012.
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