Published in 1967, November Girl is the elegy of the longing of a lovely girl for her dead lover. There is a loneliness about this book which grips you. Amid mounting expectations after his first book Cowboy Kate had sold over a million copies, Sam Haskins released the third in his trilogy of 1960s books of evocative female nudes in 1967. Named November Girl, it contained key image collages which formed the basis of many graphic and surrealist experiments in the 1970s and 1980s. This is a newly-revised paperback edition of November Girl and printed under supervision of Sam Haskins Estate.