Wilson, Marcia. THE WIZARD'S DAUGHTER: A Toxic Tale.
Leonia, NJ: Published by the author, (1993). (1993). Fine Signed
Leonia, NJ: Published by the author, (1993).. (1993).. Fine. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY MARCIA WILSON - Quarto [10-3/4 inches high by 8- 1/2 inches wide], bound into white pictorial wrappers with tan cord & backed with decorative paper. An illustration in dark blue is stamped or block printed on the front wrap. 12 mechanically reproduced leaves, printed on one side only. Illustrated by the author in black & white with a title page vignette and an illustration above the text on each leaf. Near fine.
Limited edition of 100 copies.
Inscribed in pencil on the title page: "First edition / of 100 copies this is probably #27 / Marcia Wilson." In addition, Wilson has penciled on the verso of the title: "This book is fiction! Any resemblance to anyone living or dead is purely coincidental". This no doubt refers to a lawsuit that was brought against the author, accusing her of libel, invasion of privacy and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
Marcia Sandmeyer Wilson is an American artist and author. Her work includes woodcarving, etching, painting, jewelry, silkscreen, photography and dolls. She has been a writer and illustrator of self-published mechanically produced books since 1990. She has worked as an instructor in gocco silkscreen at the Newark Museum Arts Workshop.
Rare. First Edition.