So, I recently checked out Robert Chambers' The King in Yellow from my public library. To my dismay, I found it was a cheap, print-on-demand edition with terrible layout and barely readable text. Searching Amazon suggests that, because Chambers' book is now in the public domain, this type of edition is now the standard edition, unfortunately.
I searched the archives here, and I couldn't find any thread on this topic, so I thought I'd ask: Does anyone have a suggestion for a decent, affordable, print edition of Chambers' work? One with some production value behind it? Is the secret perhaps to find one from the 1980s or 1970s, before the era of print-on-demand?
By the way, I tried Abebooks to find a vintage edition, but they seem to go for hundreds of dollars! I also noticed a Dover edition, but I was curious if anyone had any experience with it.
Thanks for any pointers!