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Human Days : A Mary MacLane Reader: a comprehensive, annotated look into her writing.
The biggest Mary MacLane event to date: all three of her books under one cover, plus several dozen of her colorful feature articles and a large selection of her striking personal letters and telegrams, tied together with an Introduction by Michael R. Brown, a Foreword by Bojana Novakovic, section-introductions guiding the reader through the progress of the author's life and work, and dozens of pages of notes explaining her vast range of references, quotes, and allusions. The indispensable collection for experiencing the full range of MacLane's power and versatility. Email us for direct paper or digital ordering (email) for best price incl. shipping!
I Await the Devil's Coming. Annotated and unexpurgated. The sensational "first blog ever".
Mary MacLane's inimitable, unforgettable debut (pub. as The Story of Mary MacLane). A journal, written in three months in utter obscurity in Butte, Montana, it catapulted MacLane to international fame - and is still being quoted and discussed today. Dark, powerful, raw, it rewards repeated revisiting over time. This is the only edition featuring the original, unexpurgated text. Email us for direct paper or digital ordering (email) for best price incl. shipping!
Tender Darkness: A Mary MacLane Sampler - the best affordable introduction to her literary art.
The classic 1993 anthology that brought Mary MacLane's work to new eyes, with newly updated annotations and a new foreword. Features the unexpurgated text of I Await the Devil's Coming (pub. as The Story of Mary MacLane) plus a selection of her colorful feature articles, with an illuminating introduction by Elisabeth Pruitt.
I, Mary MacLane - Her final, surreal confessional work.
MacLane had made her name as the oracle who scrutinized reporters, critics, and the world at large with a cold and discerning eye. In her final book, she invites us into a sudden intimacy in which she confesses - nearly everything, "the bloody Self Just Beneath My Skin." Visionary, disturbing - her crowning 1917 work is her deepest, most vulnerable revelation. Email us for direct paper or digital ordering (email) for best price incl. shipping!