Windhover Press


Included in the 1982 edition of the International Register, the source of the online edition. Details.


Established 1952 in Short Hills, later, Summit, New Jersey, operated first as a commercial-and-private press. Books included Jargon series (Jonathan Williams) first publications of Joel Oppenheimer and Michael McClure; contributed printing to books by Robert Creeley, Robert Duncan, Kenneth Patchen. All private press work after 1957. Succeeded by The Slow Loris Press in 1970.

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Not to throw a wrench in the works, but the Windhover Press that I am familiar with was operated by Kim K. Merker at the Univeristy of Iowa and produced limited editions of fine books, etc. Was this a case of two entities having the same name that caused the name change in 1970?