Edition of 30; pamphlet bound with grayish blue wrappers with front deckle edge. Letterpress printed text from author Stephen Crane's 1899 short story about a military lieutenant who is wounded during the course of battle. "This edition of 30 copies, produced by the Battle Press at the Center for Book Arts, New York City, was printed on Rossapina and handmade Canterbury papers, and the text was set in Garamond monotype. Special thanks to Carol Sturm and Doug Wolf of Nadja..."--Colophon. Colophon is signed by five individuals (handwriting is nearly illegible).