Elysium Press (1992). Hardcover. The author's most famous novel, a classic tale of incest and youthful rebellion, presented here with thirty-nine drawings by Cocteau illustrating the text. One of two hundred copies printed letterpress on Rives heavyweight paper, bound in cream colored linen and slipcased. Fine as issued.
Elysium Press (2005). Soft cover. A short story about a penpal relationship between "Marraine," ostensibly a middle aged provincial French spinster (but actually an ageing male bank clerk), and a French legionnaire serving in the Far East. Jullian paints an amusing portrait of this long distance courtship and brings the tale to a surprising conclusion. Printed letterpress in an edition of 100 copies, with illustration by the author. Fine in floral wallpaper wrappers.
Elysium Press (1999). Soft cover. A previously unpublished work in which the author constructs a compelling tale of two boys, escorted by their mother and their cousin, and the hidden emotions that guide them on their journey through the Swiss Alps. One of 100 copies bound in marbled paper wrappers. There is also a harbound edition of 75 copies available (bound in wool flannel) @ 150.
Elysium Press (1998). Hardcover. A short story in which the author's evocative prose addresses those mysteries of life which lie just out of sight. One of a limited signed edition bound in 1/4 leather with marbled paper boards.
North Pomfret (1993). The first publication of Elysium Press, printed by hand over the course of a year in the Studio Arts Workshop at Dartmouth College. This previously unpublished essay is an account of the author's first meeting with his mentor, Edith Sitwell and captures his minutely observed insights into human behaviour and aesthetics that earned him a loyal following in his short writing career. Illustrated by Pierre Le-Tan, with an Introduction by Edmund White. Fine, as issued in Japanese silk boards, glassine wrappers.