Item #4835 Signatures. Stephen King Lord John Press, John Updike, Eudora Welty, Peter Straub, Dan Simmons, Ursula K. LeGuin, Tony Hillerman, Richard Matheson, Joyce Carol Oates, Ray Bradbury.


Northridge California: Lord John Press, 1991. Signed Limited Edition. Hardcover. Fine+ / No dust jacket issued; publisher's slipcase in Fine condition. Item #4835

Numbered 1 out of 400 editions, signed by Stephen King in ink following his introduction to the work. A small smudge/fingerprint present, origin unknown.

The book is near fine with a touch of wear. Matching slipcase also shows a touch of rubbing to bottom right of back board. Gilt stamping on spine and to front board.

From the estate of Herb Yellin. Herb Yellin's number was almost always #15 for the books he published, unless the book listed his name instead of a number, which many of the books did.

43 additional authors have signed this book to accompany their portraits: John Barth, James Blaylock, Robert Bloch, T. Coraghessan Boyle, Ray Bradbury,Ramsey Campbell, James Crumley, Louise Erdrich and Micheal Dorris, Dennis Etchison, Gerald R. Ford, Richard Ford, Bruce Francis, Ellen Gilchrist, Jim Harrison, William Kennedy, Harry Crews, Thomas McGuane, Tony Hillerman, Ursula K. LeGuin, John L'Heureux, Elmore Leonard, Norman Mailer, Richard Matheson, Brian Moore, Joe Mugnaini, Joyce Carol Oates, Edna O'Brien, Robert B. Parker (whose photo also features Herb Yellin and Pearl the dog), Tim Powers, Reynolds Price, James Purdy, Dan Simmons, Peter Straub, Ross Tomas, Anne Tyler, John Updike, Eudora Welty, Richard Yates, Donald E. Westlake and James Lee Burke.

Lord John Press was a small private press founded by Herb Yellin in 1977. The press was based in Northridge, California, and it specialized in publishing limited edition, fine press books. Herb Yellin, the founder, was known for his passion for literature and his dedication to producing high-quality, collectible editions of works by notable authors.

Lord John Press published works by various well-known authors, including Norman Mailer, Ray Bradbury, Joyce Carol Oates, and others. The press gained a reputation for its commitment to craftsmanship, using high-quality materials and paying attention to design details in their limited edition publications.

After Lord John Press ceased operations, the limited availability and high quality of their publications made their books sought after by collectors.

Price: $675.00  other currencies