Miniature Monday! 

I was actually holding a dollar bill in my hand as I browsed this morning looking for a mini Monday book since I was heading next to get coffee.  Suddenly that was dangerously confusing.

What It’s Worth…And That’s Not Much. Irving, TX: Quoin Press, 1978. 2 5/8” x 3 1/16”.  Colophon: Set, folded, and bound by hand, and printed, a page at a time, on a small handpress, in an edition of 200 copies, of which this is copy no. 117.  Bound in a crisp $1.00 bill for a cover.

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  16. libralthinking reblogged this from kellymce and added:
    Thanks, that is a great point. Still trying to tease out where the fuzzy boundaries are. The numbered edition certainly...
  17. kellymce reblogged this from libralthinking and added:
    Being part of a numbered edition is less ziney in my mind, but that’s of course up for discussion. Still: so awesome!