London and New York: Cape Goliard Press and Grossman Publishers, 1970. First edition. Paperback. Trade paperbound book. Photographs by Gerard Malanga. A very good copy plus in tall stiff bound wrappers with French flaps. The first English publication for Wieners.
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No Place: Consciousmess / Third Florr Apartment Press, No Date. First edition. Paperback. Sold here together are eight issues of this somewhat mysterious small press poetry magazine. 8 1/2 x 11" sheets, stapled at top left. Printed on rectos only. None of the issues are numbered. No editiorial staff is...
San Francisco: Albion Books, 2011. First edition. Paperback. 16mo. Slender chapbook published in an edition of only 100 copies in honor of jean Valentine's reading at Poets House, March 31, 2011. Typeset & printed by Brian Teare at the San Francisco Center for the Book. This is copy number 24...
New York: Gordon and Breach, 1973. First edition. Paperback. Stapled photo-illustrated 4to. 64 pp. Volume 2 Number 5 of this highly sought after magazine on what was then the burgeoning art of alternative television and video arts. General light wear. A very good plus example.
No Place: Peter Gizzi, 2011. First edition. Paperback. Stiff printed sewn wrappers. A scarce poetry chapbook by Gizzi adorned with a frontispiece by the late artist Robert Seydel. Unpaginated. Fine condition. This copy labeled "E" and is SIGNED by Gizzi. Quite scarce with no holdings shown in O.C.L.C.
Baltimore: Kingdom Kum Press, 1979. First edition. Paperback. Stapled illustrated wrappers. Unpaginated. A story by the Codrescu familia with illustrations by Alice. A near fine copy. Quite uncommon. INSCRIBED by Alice Codrescu and signed by both Alice and Andrei. Only three copies in WorldCat.
Irvine: Art Gallery, University of California, 1968. First Edition. Loose Sheets. Fine copy of this poster announcing an exhibition in Irvine in 1968. Poster folded as issued. Invitation card from the Art Gallery attached (and quite scarce thus). Poster shows a work by Ben Talbert. When opened, the poster measures...
New York: Leo Castelli, 1988. First edition. Loose Sheets. Single sheet of still card paper, folded twice to form a six-panel art exhibition announcement for a 1988 exhibitition at Leo Castelli Gallery featuring the work of Johns, Nauman and Salle. Includes three full=panel color illustrations. Minor wear, else a near...
New York: Self-Published, 1953. First edition. Loose Sheets. Single sheet of 8 1/2 x 11" paper. Contains a single 29 line untitled original poem by the co-founder of the Living Theatre. The first line of the poem reads "invests her body with a sword till". At the bottom right of...
Los Angeles: Little Caesar Press, 1980. First edition. Paperback. Tall trade paperbound book of poems by Clark. 52 pp. Top right corner bump which affects all of the pages of text slightly. Very good overall.
London: Coracle Press, 1982. First edition. Paperback. Stiff bound wrappers. An unpaginated poetry chapbook. One of two hundred numbered copies. Some soiling to front cover, else a very good example of this Coracle Press book.
Bloomington: Henry Holmes Smith, 1959. First Edition. Paperback. Spring 1959 issue of this publication devoted to the photographic arts. Sticker shadow to rear cover, else a near fine copy in plain white printed stapled wrappers. 16 pages. Text by a young Ralph Eugene Meatyard, Henry Holmes Smith and others. All...
Provincetown: Provincetown Poets, 1993. First edition. Paperback. Paperbound book. A 64 pp poetry collection. Published as Provincetown Poets Number 1. A very good copy. This copy has been both SIGNED and INSCRIBED by the author.
Ypsilanti: Canopic, 2000. First edition. Paperback. Sewn wrappers. 56 pp. A fine press book published in an edition of 156 numbered copies. Fine condition.
Boulder: Bombay Gin, 1979. First edition. Paperback. Issue #6 of this small press poetry magazine. Thick stapled wrappers with cover art by Robert Duncan. A very good well-stapled copy. Contributors include Allen Ginsberg, Larry Fagin, Burroughs and a huge host of the familiar characters.
New York: Random House, 1971. First edition. Cloth. Clothbound 8vo. 154 pp. Illustrated with dozens of black and white photographs. A fine copy in black cloth binding in fine unclipped dustwrapper.
Missoula: Owl Creek Press, 1985. First edition. Paperback. Illustrated sewn wrappers. Poetry chapbook by Morgan. Unpaginated. A near fine copy. This copy has been INSCRIBED by Morgan in year of publication to fellow poet James Tate. In addition, Morgan has laid in a one page typed letter to Tate dated Feb. 20, 1985.
Iowa City: The Windhover Press, 1989. First edition. Paperback. Sewn wrapppers. Fine press poetry chapbook containing four poems by Tate. One of 175 hand-numbered copies. Some wrinkle-damage to front cover (see photo) else a handsome very good copy.
Tuscaloosa: Book Arts Institute, 1982. First edition. Paperback. Fine press poetry pamphlet with wood engraving by John DePol. Printed on Yale handmade paper. One of only sixty copies. Delicate sewn wrappers. SIGNED by the poet. A near fine example.
New York: Experiments in Art and Technology Group, 1967. First edition. Paperback. 4to. Stapled printed wrappers. Sold here together are two related items. The first,4 numbered pages entitled E.A.T. News Volume 1, No. 4 The fourth issue of the newsletter published by the E.A.T. Group. E.A.T. was formed in 1966.....
Berkeley: The Figures, 1979. First edition. Paperback. Bound wrappers. 111 pp plus photo of author at rear of volume. A very good copy in bound decorated wrappers.
New York: Atheneum, 1980. First edition. Paperback. Trade paperbound book. 57 pp. A near fine copy of this poetry collectiobn. Review Copy with publisher's review slip laid in.
West Branch, IA: The Toothpaste Press, 1978. First edition. Paperback. Sewn illustrated wrappers. Third issue of this small press poetry magazine. This issue features work by Bob Perelman, Brad Harvey and Josephine Clare. Toning to edges of the covers, else a very good example.
Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University, 1974. First edition. Paperback. Small paperbound catalogue published on the occasion of a 1974 exhibition. 81 pp. Text by John P. Driscoll. A very good copy in bound illustrated wrappers. A bit musty.
New York: Archer Fields Press and Burning Books, 1991. First edition. Cloth. Clothbound octavo in dustwrapper. 193 pp. The author's middle book in his trilogy of operas tracing the history of the movement of consciousness across the United States from east to west. A near fine copy in just lightly...