New York: Adventures In Poetry, 1974. First edition. Paperback. 4to. The second book of poems by North. Handsomely illustrated by Jane Freilicher. A near fine copy in side-stapled wrappers. This is copy L of 26 special lettered copies which has been SIGNED BY BOTH NORTH AND THE ARTIST JANE FREILICHER.
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New York: Adventures In Poetry, 1974. First edition. Paperback. 4to. The second book of poems by North. Handsomely illustrated by Jane Freilicher. A very good plus copy in side-stapled wrappers. SIGNED by North and uncommon thus.
New York: Paula North, 1972. First edition. Paperback. 4to. Rare first book by Charles and Paula North. A very good copy in hand-colored side-stapled wrappers. Printed in an ample limitation of 200 copies yet rarely seems to come to market. First book by these Second Generation New York School poets. Illustrated.
New York: Dia Art Foundation, 1988. First edition. Paperback. 10mo. 42 pp. A fine copy in bound stiff wrappers. Published as Readings In Contemporary Poetry Number 10.
Cambridge: Poetical Histories, 1998. First edition. Paperback. Loose sheets laid into printed and illustrated covers. Published as Poetical Histories No. 45 in a slender edition of only 200 copies. Internally fine. The very top of the front cover is faintly folded. INSCRIBED by Notley on the limitation page.
No Place: Privately Printed, 2014. First edition. Paperback. Slightly oblong 8vo. 51 pp. Paperbound volume of poems by Notley selected by other poets including Charif Shanahan, Kim Lyons and others. Published on the occasion of the second annual Downtown Literary Festival held on April 13, 2014. Fine condition.
No Place: O Books, 1995. First edition. Paperback. Tall trade paperbound book. The correct first printing of these two "fictions, poetic sequences with story shapes and characters." per the author's introduction. Fine condition in bound photo-illustrated wrappers. SIGNED by Ms. Notley on the title page. Scarce in the first printing...
Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2005. First edition. Paperback. 8vo. 182 pp. First paperbound edition of this collection of essays by the author of Phoebe Night and other works. A fine copy in bound glossy wrappers. This copy has been briefly INSCRIBED by the author. Uncommon thus.
New York: Penguin Books, 1992. First edition. Paperback. Trade paperbound original book. 150 pp. Called "a feminist epic" on the rear cover. Price sticker afixed to rear cover, else a fine copy. Paper lightly toned. This copy has been Briefly INSCRIBED by the author on the title page. A strangely...
Canton: Institute of Further Studies, 1990. First edition. Paperback. Paper 8vo. 23 pp. A poetry chapbook. SIGNED by Ms. Notley on the title page. Very good condition in stapled wrappers with cover illustration by Guy Berard.
New York: Penguin Books, 2007. First edition. Paperback. Trade paperbound original volume of poems by Notley. 131 pp. A fine copy. This copy has been nicely INSCRIBED by Notley to a fellow poet on the title page.
Los Angeles: Sherwood Press, 1984. First edition. Paperback. Wide stapled paper wraps. Copy B of 26 special copies SIGNED by Notley on the colophon page. Unpaginated. A very good copy in stiff paper wraps.
Los Angeles: Sherwood Press, 1984. First edition. Paperback. First trade edition. A clean very good plus copy in stiff paper wraps. SIGNED by Ms. Notley on the title page and dated in 2006.
New York: Vehicle Editions, 1980. First Edition. Paperback. First edition in glossy bound wrappers with cover art by Alex Katz. One of five hundred copies. Very good condition. From the library of poet Margo Lockwood with her signature on the front endpaper.
Hoboken: Talisman, 1988. First edition. Paperback. 8vo. 104 pp. The first issue of this poetry journal edited by Edward Foster. Filled with second generation New York School contributors including Anne Waldman, Eileen Myles, Bob Holman, Harris Schiff and more. Includes an interview with Alice Notley. A very good copy in bound wrappers.
New York: Alfred Knopf, 1972. First edition. Cloth. Large 8vo. First edition. Edited by Donald Allen and with an introduction by John Ashbery. First state dustwrapper with artwork by Larry Rivers. A beautiful bright near fine copy in printed oatmeal cloth binding in price-intact dustwrapper lightly toned at spine colors....
Pleasant Valley, NY: Kriya Press, 1967. First Edition. Paperback. Large single sheet illustrated broadside poem. Number 10 of 100 hand numbered copies. Near fine condition. Measures 11.75 x 18" tall. A poem first written by Frank in 1960. Illustrator not stated. Will be shipped in a sturdy tube.
San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1966. Third printing. Paperback. Small nearly square pocket paperbound book. Stated third printing of the New York School poet's best known work. Small prior owner name to the front endpaper; otherwise a handsome very good plus copy. Published as Number Nineteen in the Pocket Poets...
San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1966. First edition. Paperback. Small nearly square pocket paperbound book. First printing of the New York School poet's best known work. A handsome very good copy of this, the first printing.. Published as Number Nineteen in the Pocket Poets Series of books by City Lights...
New York: Angel Hair Books, 1969. Second Printing. Paperback. First Angel Hair edition, one of 200 copies in decorated wrappers. O'Hara's second book which was originally published in 1953 in a tiny edition by Tibor de Nagy Gallery. Very good condition in tall, side-stapled wrappers. Even this edition has become scarce.
New York: New York University, 1967. First Edition. Paperback. One sheet of paper, folded once to form a small booklet. Announcement flyer for an exhibition sponsored by the New York University Art Collection. Collaborations between poet Frank O'Hara and painter Norman Bluhm. Scarce piece of New York School ephemera. Text...
New York: Alfred Knopf, 1971. First Edition. Paperback. Advance Uncorrected Proofs of this influential New York School poetry collection. Containing 20 numbered and gathered and unbound signatures in very good condition. With numerous inked hand corrections within the text (possibly by Mr. Allen?). Publisher's Review Slip taped on to the...
New York: Poetry Project, 1977. First Edition. Paperback. Fifth issue of this poetry magazine edited by Simon Schuchat. This entire issue devoted to "Lament and Chastisement; A Travelogue of War and Personality" by Frank O'Hara. Very good condition in tall (over 13") stapled wrappers. Printed on rectos only.
Calais, VT: Z Press, 1974. First edition. Loose Sheets. Single sheet containing two poems: Macaroni by Frank O'Hara and In memorium by Patsy Southgate. Folded twice, as issued. Sheet measures 6 1/2 x 18" tall. Paper a bit toned with age else very good.
New York: Kulchur Foundation, 1980. First edition. Paperback. Paperbound quarto. 126 pp. A volume of poems by the New York School poet and playright. Covers lightly soiled else a clean very good example in bound illustrated wrappers. Designed by Vicki Hudspith and with drawings by Joe Giordano.