Crowley’s "Absinthe: the Green Goddess," was first published in
the February 1918 issue of The International, a
monthly magazine edited by Aleister Crowley, and was
considered by him to be one of his best essays.
Each book is bound by hand in a
Japanese style binding and measures 9” x
7". 36 pages. Printed in red, black and
absinthe green on high quality 70
pound text weight, acid-free Mohawk Via felt paper
specifically chosen for this edition. Bound in
acid-free cardstock wrapped in a soft printed paper.
"Crowley / Absinthe" wax seal on front cover. Text set in a
combination of Novella and Nyala fonts. Two
illustrations of the Old Absinthe House.
As an added bonus, each book comes
with a hand-bound copy of Crowley's "The Great Drug
Each copy also includes a handsome themed bookplate and bookmark.
Edition limited to 150
numbered copies. Price: US