New York: Saturday Review Press / E.P. Dutton, (1974).
First edition. Drawings by Edward Gorey. Foredge a little foxed, else near fine in near fine dustwrapper with a tear on the rear panel. This copy Inscribed by Moss to his editor at The New Yorker Rachel MacKenzie: "For Rachel -- with love, and in exchange... Howard. April 1974." Rachel MacKenzie replaced Katherine White as the fiction editor at The New Yorker on the recommendation of May Sarton. During her tenure at the magazine MacKenzie was noted for her nurturing and editing of, among others, Sarton, Philip Roth, Muriel Spark, and especially Isaac Bashevis Singer. MacKenzie's enthusiasm led to the magazine devoting an entire issue to Spark's The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. However, the magazine wouldn't publish Goodbye, Columbus as she recommended because William Shawn was too squeamish over the more "frank" aspects of the novella. A nice association.