Edition of 114, signed by the artist. Book consists of "fourteen lessons in English and French concerning the Arts of the Book and sundry other old and new topics. Collected from found an fabricated texts by the two main semi-fictional character, Cal & Prosper, exiles of a visit to Paris to learn the art of printing. Also a sometime type specimen & leaf book, Lecons recalls printers past and present who have produced books in the city by the Seine. English and French translations by Roy Caldwell, Professor of Modern Languages & Literatures, Universite St.-Laurent. Printed in several colours on cylinder and hand presses from foundry, monotype, photopolymer & wood types set by hand, machine composition and computer. The primary face is Garamond. Additional faces include Fournier, Caslon, Nicholas Cochin and various 19th century faces. Monotype composition by Michael Bixler, Skaneateles, NY. Photopolymer plates by Boxcar Press, Syracuse, NY. A veritiable United Nations of papers including Rives and Arches...as well as a vintage Barcham Green handmade, St-Armand handmades from Montreal, Quebec; Kochi from Japan and handmade lokta from Nepal. Original pochoir by Jeff Aerosol, Lillie, France. Original relief print by Melissa Schulenberg. Stencil by Guy Berard, and various found images & stencils by Cat's Head staff. Bound by Velma Bolyard and Mark McMurray in flexible quarter vellum from Pergamena Parchment, Montgomery, NY and St.-Armand handmade papers. Issued in a slip case."--[interleaved Colophon]. A "Key to Lecons de Livre pour Calyban" is also enclosed a separate, printed interleaved sheet.