Jill Johnston’s working copy. Unpaginated wrappers, Very Good minus condition with two small pen marks on cover, some rubbing along spine as well as fairly minimal handwritten notes and some underlining on about a dozen pages. Johnston used the book for research for her 1984 essay “Hardship Art” published in Art in America which concerned Montano’s one-year collaboration with Tehching Hsieh, Art/Life One Year Performance 1983–1984, also known as Rope Piece. Johnston’s interest in these artist makes sense as a kind of extension of the Fluxus tardition about which she was so knowledgable. In addition to bearing her stamp which reads “Write First. Then Live. J,.J.” on the title page, this copy is also boldly SIGNED by Linda Montano on the verso, which is also a title page (there are two, with different typographies.) Further upon request.