BRION GYSIN LET THE MICE IN. Brion GYSIN.
BRION GYSIN LET THE MICE IN.
BRION GYSIN LET THE MICE IN.

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BRION GYSIN LET THE MICE IN.

West Glover, VT: Something Else Press, 1973. First edition. Edited by Jan Herman. Green cloth, lettered in silver.


Title page calligraphy by Brion Gysin, who has SIGNED this copy on the front free endpaper.


Illustrated with several sepia photographs of Gysin, William Burroughs, Ian Sommerville, the Dream Machine, etc.


Contains Gysin's texts "Cut-Ups: A Project For Disastrous Success", "Cut-Ups Self-Explained", "Brion Gysin Let The Mice In", together with "Dreamachine" and four permutated poems "as put through a computer by Ian Sommerville".


Also includes texts and cut-ups by William Burroughs ("The Invisible Generation", "Word Authority More Habit Forming Than Heroin", and "Parenthetically 7 Hertz"), and "Flicker" by Ian Sommerville, an account of the Dream Machine he invented with Gysin.


Near Fine in slighty rubbed dw., a little sun-faded along the spine panel. 500 copies printed in hardcover.

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