New York: the author, 1915. 9p., staplebound booklet, wraps mildly stained, interior clean.
Bruno was the notorious "Barnum of Bohemia" who published chapbooks as well as a Greenwich Village magazine and charged admission to see Bohemians at work. He published Djuna Barnes and Alfred Kreymborg. In this booklet he attempts to humanize anarchists like Emma Goldman and Hippolyte Havel. "To know anarchy, to really know it as it is takes away its chief attraction: the romance of a melodrama."