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The Pamami Press was a specialty publisher, founded and run by Baum scholar Michael O. Riley and based in Douglasville, Georgia. Pamami issued limited letter-press collector's editions of a number of works by Baum.
Pamami Press offerings have included editions of:
- "Nelebel's Fairyland" (1978); 120 copies
- "The Runaway Shadows" (1979), 250 copies
- "The Christmas Stocking" (1980); 100 copies
- Prince Silverwings (1982); 125 copies.
Pamami Press also issued an edition of the "Strange Tale of Nursery Folk" (1978), a story once attributed to Baum but lately questioned.