All Americans

Bibliographic ID: 
A36
Year: 
2002
Genre: 
Format: 
Pamphlet
Title page: 

No text on cover

Number of pages: 
Pp. [1-10] [1-12]
Physical description: 

8 ½ x 11 in.; 21 ½ x 28 cm.; White card folded with an image of a collectable plate from Standard Brewing Co. depicting the execution of 38 Sioux Indians in 1862. Inside two sections of red paper are sewn into the sides, the pages open in the centre.

Collation: 
(Left Section) [1] title-page and epigraph: “Anyone who encounters insult and hatred because of her or his | differences from a powerful group is bound, sooner or later to echo a we | through the use of I and to draw the line between us and them we and | they.” | (Nicole Brossard, “Poetic Politics”); [2] blank; [3] text; [4] blank; [5] text; [6] blank; [7] text; [8] blank; [9] text; [10] blank; (Right Section) [1] acknowledgements; [2] blank; [3] text; [4] blank; [5] text; [6] blank; [7] text; [8-10] blank; [11] colophon and bibliographic information; [12] blank.
Colophon: 

ALL AMERICANS © 2002 Fred Wah | typeset in New York | 125 handbound and numbered copies, October 2002. | copy#/125 | housepress | 1339 19th ave nw | calgary alberta | canada t2m 1a5 | derek@housepress.ca | www.housepress.ca | National Library of Canada Cataloguing the Publication Data | Wah, Fred, 1939- | All Americans / Fred Wah. | Poems. | ISBN 1-894174-76-3 | 1. Title. | PS8545.A28A78 2002 C811’.54 C2002-911208-7 | PR9199.3.W32A78 2002

MLA Citation: 

Wah, Fred. All Americans. Calgary: housepress, 2002. Print.

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