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Herakles and the Eurystheusian Twelve-Step Program
Santa Cruz, California:: Foolscap Press,, 2009.. Edition of 110. 6 x 11.25"; 51 pages. Letterpress printed on Curtis Holcomb text and Hahnemühle Bugra. Illustrated by Peggy Gotthold. Clothbound boards with paper title inset on front board. Binding designed to separate the twelve Steps or Labors into single pages that fold out and terminate in an illustrated vase. Enclosed in paper wrapper with leather and cord closure. Author, interview: "Author: Well, what could be a better time to learn something from our past? Half of us are in some kind of twelve-step program and the other half should be. Our economy needs a twelve-step program; ditto the environment, our congress and the policy wonks driving our foreign policy. ... If you read your Greek mythology you'll find that everything I've written about Herakles is true. The twelve-step program I've written about is what at the time would have been called a set of Labors. Eurystheus didn't have a lot of research to fall back on. He had to make it up as he went along. You have to give the man credit.
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