Deakin, Officina Brindabella [Brindabella Press], 1989.
225 × 114 mm,  pages with 4 illustrations and the logo (printed in either brown or green).
Title-wrappers, with the two-colour title on a contrasting paper label on the front cover; rear bottom corner of the cover creased, with a very light bend to the bottom inch or so of the entire pamphlet; an excellent copy.
The introductory note explains the reason for the Officina Brindabella / Brindabella Press name change. Twenty-one items are listed, including some ephemeral pieces. The latest book listed is Les Murray's 'The Idyll Wheel'. Loosely inserted is a short signed note: 'Dear Roy, Thanks for your support of the press. I appreciate it! Yours, Alec Bolton' (the recipient was probably Roy Williamson, well-known to all modern literature dealers of the time). Offered together with a copy of 'A Licence to Print. Alec Bolton and the Brindabella Press' by Michael Richards (Canberra, 1993), a discursive and detailed history and bibliography of the press (card covers a little foxed, with a thin scratch to the front one). Unhappily, it is almost the complete bibliography; at the time of Alec Bolton's sudden death on 18 November 1996, only two more books had been produced. These were 'Granite Country. Poems' by J.R. Rowlands (1994), and 'A Torrent of Words. Leon Gellert: a Writer's Life' by Gavin Souter (April 1996).