The Last Words of Dutch SchultzTags: Cut-Up, Eric Shoaf, William Burroughs
London: Cape Goliard Press 1970, hardbound in dust jacket. A fiction written in the form of a screenplay, this work was inspired by Burroughs’ interest in reputed mobster Schultz. This limited edition of 100 copies was numbered and signed by Burroughs, and bound in grey green buckram. Issued in fragile tissue dust jacket. Maynard & Miles A17a.
_____ trade edition of the above bound in light blue buckram with white dust jacket. M&M numbered as above
_____ simultaneous wraps edition. Maynard & Miles A17b.
New York: Viking/Seaver Books 1975, first U.S. printing, hardbound in dust jacket.
New York: Seaver Books 1981, first printing in pictorial wraps.
London: John Calder 1986, first thus British printing in wraps.
New York: Arcade 1993, first thus, in pictorial wraps.