Edition: First printing
London: Peter Owen, 1966. Pale grey boards. Light, scarcely noticable, foxing to page edges, light yellowing and foxing to endpapers, covers a mit bowed, else fine in fine jacket, red spine lettering not sunned. Seven masterful short stories (Plain Pleasures, Everything is Nice, A Guatemalan Idyll, Camp Cataract, A Day in the Open, A Quarreling Pair, and A Stick of Green Candy) by this most unusual writer - wife of Paul Bowles, Jewish, bi-sexual, alcoholic, half mad. This was her only collection of stories. I don't know if it is a real issue point, but this copy has the error on p. 126, line 15, "one" for "own".