Quite possibly Michael Moorcock’s best novel, combining Moorcock’s visions of isolation and psychosis during a three-year interstellar voyage with his then-wife Hilary Bailey’s descriptions of the world in collapse. Both sections compliment eachother beautifully, I’d say.
First UK edition, Mayflower 1969, cover artist unknown.
Jessica Edmiston's Variations series and excellent cover designs. It really says something about how behind we are on posting here that we've had this since we tabled next to Jessica at the Brooklyn Zine Fest this year, and that makes this one of the more recent unposted zines we've got kicking around.
Noroit (Jacques Rivettes, 1976). Although I think made just before Duelle the same year, it helps to have seen that one to work out the underlying plot arc of this very odd pirate movie of games and performances and murderous revenge.