Foolscap Press, 2009. Hard Cover. This is number 32 of 110 copies (10 hors de commerce). This is an inventive and amusing interpretation of the twelve labors of Hercules, here using the Greek Herakles. Inspired by Greek mythology, the authors take the set of labors and expand the meaning by calling them the twelve step program, which could be applied to any area of human endeavor. The binding is designed to separate the twelve steps or labors into single pages that fold out and terminate with an illustration of a vase. Several vases are displayed at once when the pages are extended. Bound in grey cloth with paper title label with illustration from a vase. Orange paper end pages, with the vases being printed on white paper backed by the orange. In a brown paper jacket with title in orange on spine. Leather strips with twine as closures. Designed, printed, and bound by Lawrence G. Van Velzer and Peggy Gotthold. Letterpress printed on Curtis Holcomb text and Hahmemuhle Bugra paper. 51 pages. PRI/051710. Fine.