This sort of bibliographical material is rarely made available during the lifetime of a writer. It should prove invaluable for students of modern literature -- and provide stimulus for more of this sort of work to be done. Bibliophiles, collectors of modern Firsts, special libraries, and so on will want it. And every bookshop must have one or two customers who would want to know about it. There are odd bits of information on sources, on limited editions of small press issues, of out of print material hard to locate and identify, pamphlets, poems, short stories (both collected and uncollected). There is specific data on publication dates, publishers, sizes of editions, of contributions in the way of prefaces, unclassified pieces, etc. Special market.