[Paris]: Éditions GLM (1933). 36pp. The first book printed by Levis Mano and his Éditions GLM, which would achieve great success and distinction as one of the most innovative publishers of his age. Illustrated by Rarmond Gid, with an elegant homoerotic photograph by Pierre Réginaud. Limited to 90 numbered copies, signed by Levis Mano. A lovely copy in original boards. See, Les Éditions GLM. Bibliogr., B.N. 1981, n° 38.
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Paris: Chez Henry Parville (1925). Soft cover. A quite early publication by the poet/publisher who was at the forefront of creative typography during the early part of the twentieth century in France. This edition is illustrated with eight black and white drawings by Gaston Poulain (who also illustrated Les Ephèbes.) Several of the poems have a homoerotic theme, such as un éphèbe aux grands eux. A lovely edition, limited to 200 copies, this example unnumbered, slight edgwear to covers, pages uncut.
Paris: Bibliotheque Nationale (1981). Soft cover. The bibliography of the work of the GLM Press, fathered by Guy Levis-Mano, one of the most productive and creative of French publishers in the 20th century.
Paris: Henry Parville (1927). 4to. 16pp. A beautifully produced collection of thirteen poems by Lévis-Mano, with a tipped in portrait of the author by "Françoise Nicole" who also contributes a frontispiece drawing. The style of both illustrations is remarkably like that of Romaine Brooks, who was working in Paris at the same time. A quite uncommon and early work by one of the most important French publishers of the twentieth century. A very good copy in original wrappers with label on cover.