Paris: Olympia Press 1961, stiff olive-green wraps, with decorated dust jacket, one of 5,000 copies. Maynard & Miles A5a. The second publication of Burroughs’ work by Olympia Press. Dust jacket design by Brion Gysin.
New York: Grove Press 1966, first US printing, one of 18,000 copies, hardbound in dust jacket. Maynard & Miles A5b. This edition was revised from the Olympia Press printing with additions and expansions.
New York: Black Cat 1966, first wraps printing, one of 25,000 copies. Maynard & Miles A5c.
London: Calder & Boyars 1968, first British publication, hardbound in decorated dust jacket. Maynard & Miles A5d. The rear jacket panel states that following the Paris and U.S. Editions, “this final, definitive edition has been considerably revised by the author from the two earlier versions.”
_____ simultaneous British softcover edition. Maynard & Miles A5e.
London: Corgi Books 1970, first thus British edition in wraps. Maynard & Miles A5f.
New York: Ballantine Books 1973, first thus with surreal designed wraps. Maynard & Miles A5g.
London: Paladin Books 1986, first thus printing in wraps.
New York: Grove Weidenfeld 1992, first thus printing in wraps.
London: Flamingo 1992, first thus printing in wraps.
London: Flamingo 2001, a new British edition, bound in wraps.