Warsaw: Wydawnictwo Pomost, 1989. Octavo (19.5 × 14 cm). Original illustrated light-blue wrappers; 288,  leaves mimeographed to rectos and versos. Light soil to wrappers, else very good.
A volume of essays, stories, and excerpts from longer works by the Czech-Canadian dissident writer Josef Škvorecký (1924–2012). After the events of Prague Spring in 1968 he fled to Canada. Along with his wife Zdena Salivarova he co-founded the publishing house Sixty-Eight Publishers in Toronto, which published and promoted dissident Czech and Slovak writers abroad.
As of July 2021, KVK, OCLC show two copies in North America.
Book ID: 51469