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Clutch / Peter Lyssiotis and Urszula Dawkins
Bib ID 6262426
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Lyssiotis, Peter, artist
 
Description [Melbourne] : [Masterthief], 2012 
5 unnumbered pages : colour illustrations ; 19 cm 
Summary

An addendum to What She Wants, this is an ‘out-take’ from the limited edition artists' book—a chapter that the artists chose not to include in the final version of the book, but to give a home of its own.

Notes

Limited edition of 50 copies.

"Clutch is an additional story from the body of work that comprises What She Wants, created in 2012 by Peter Lyssiotis and Urszula Dawkins." —Back cover.

Library's SR copy is no. 9 and signed by the artists.

Subjects Artists' books - Australia.  |  Lesbians - Fiction.  |  Erotic stories.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Dawkins, Urszula, artist  |  Masterthief
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What she wants

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