THE VISIONARY: THE LIFE STORY OF FLICKER OF THE SERPENTINE. [Santa Barbara, California]: Capra Press, 1984. Octavo, pictorial wrappers. First edition. One of 200 numbered copies signed by Le Guin. One of the autobiographies forming part of Le Guin's then unpublished ALWAYS COMING HOME (1985), a major work of utopian thought depicting a people called the Kesh who live in Northern California. First volume in Capra's "Back-to-Back" series. Bound with WONDERS HIDDEN: AUDUBON'S EARLY YEARS by Scott R. Sanders. A fine copy. (#161897).
No statement of printing. "Two hundred copies / of this edition have been / numbered and signed by each author" on colophon page.