Orpheus Press was started by Clifford Bax at 23, initially to publish the works of AE.. Ran 1909 to perhaps 1912. He also edited from 1908-1914 a theosophical magazine called Orpheus.
Clifford Bax. (13 July 1886 – 18 November 1962) was a versatile English writer, known particularly as a playwright, a journalist, critic and editor, and a poet, lyricist and hymn writer.
Twenty Chinese Poems, Clifford Bax, 1910
Book Description: Blue boards, cream linen spine with original title label. Slightly marked, spine sunned. Offsetting to eps and title page, a little scattered foxing, otherwise internally unmarked. 54pp; 4 tipped in colour plates with tissue guards. A collection of poems “paraphrased” from the Chinese, well preserved and attractively illustrated, published as No. 3 in The Orpheus Series. Hand laid paper, not a limited edition.