A36.1 THE SEIZIN PRESS 1931
[recto:] [drawing by Len Lye] | THE SEIZIN PRESS | Deya Mallorca Spain | These books have been printed by us since the summer of 1930: | Seizin 4: No Trouble, by Len Lye. | Seizin 5: Though Gently, by Laura Riding. | Seizin 6: To Whom Else? By Robert Graves. | NO TROUBLE consists of letters from a film-maker to friends about his | film Tusalava and other simple ways of looking at things. | THOUGH GENTLY consists of statements in prose and poetry all leading | as gently as possible to annihilation and the rest. | TO WHOM ELSE? Consists of poems and as it were poems in which the | problem of dedication is treated without poetic ambiguity. | We shall have ready for the summer of 1931: | LAURA AND FRANCISCA, by Laura Riding, a poem-miniature. | OF OTHERS, by the Seizin, an appreciative inventory of whatever others. | [long rule] | [long rule] |All these books are hand-set and hand-printed on hand-made paper in editions | of 200 numbered and signed copies, quarto. | Their covers are designed by Len Lye. | The price of each is 25 shillings. Of earlier Seizins copies may still be had of | LOVE AS LOVE, DEATH AS DEATH, by Laura Riding, and AN ACQUAIN- | TANCE WITH DESCRIPTION, by Gertrude Stein. These are octavo volumes | bound in plain buckram; signed, numbered and similarly printed by hand on | hand-made paper. Their price is 10 shillings and 6 pence. | Laura Riding | Robert Graves | For immediate enquities: | BM/SZP London, W. C.1.
Collation: A single sheet, printed on recto only.
p. title-page; p.  blank.
30.5 × 22.5 cm. Bulk: < 0.1 cm. Cream laid paper watermarked GVA [diamond with horizontal and vertical lines forming geometrical figures] RRO. All edges rough-trimmed.
Price: Gratis. Number of copies unknown. Published summer 1931.
Note: This prospectus and advertisement broadside was written by Graves and Riding and published by their Seizin Press in Deya, Majorca, Spain.