Unmasking Dr. Alphabet
"There is no easy way to categorize the overwhelming amount of creative output that has emanated from Dave Morice since the 67-year-old poet moved to Iowa City more than four decades ago."
But we try our best here: http://icp-c.com/1apR1tE
Dave Morice’s papers can be found here in UiSpecColl, (link to finding aid) along with one of the largest books ever bound.
Here is some info and helpful links about the book:
"The book, titled "Poetry City Marathon,” is a 10,116 page, 100-volume collection of poetry that measures two feet thick and weighs just a bit more than your average page-turner.
"I think it’s about 56 pounds," Voss estimates.
Iowa city poet Dave Morice wrote it last year, during a 100-day poetry marathon.” 
Details of how to bind a 10,000+page book: here.
Image of Dave Morice with the book from KWWL article at the time of the book’s construction, click through for that article as well.
Click the original Press Citizen post above and expand the photos for this iconic image of William (Bill) Voss who bound the book:
So my school made a 10000 page book. We’re pretty neat.