London: Aloes Books, .
Softbound (only issued softbound). First edition. Prints "Burroughs in Tangier" by Paul Bowles as an epilogue. Presentation copy inscribed by Burroughs to his friend and publisher, Richard Aaron. An outstanding association as Aaron published some of Burroughs' most attractive signed/limited editions, including Letters to Allen Ginsberg, A Descriptive Catalog of the William S. Burroughs Archive, and Port of Saints. Aaron is also the person who arranged for the sale of William Burroughs' archive to Roberto Altmann in Liechtenstein, an episode described in Morgan's Literary Outlaw, and he was also involved in the sale that brought the archive back to the U.S. when Robert Jackson bought it from Altmann. A superb association to a publisher and friend who had a significant involvement with Burroughs' literary career. Fine (minute nick to bottom back corner).