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Red Drumming in the Sun

By Lewis, May (Aline Goldstone)

New York: A. A. Knopf, 1931. 1st ed.. Hard cover. good - no dj; Max Kahn's bookplate inside front board; inscribed with a verse of poetry & date on front fly leaf.. 16 mo; brown boards with gilt lettering on spine strip; 73 pgs. Association copy from the library of the artist Max Kahn, dated August 1931.



By R.N. Hastings (Rachel)

n.a.: self published, 2010. First Edition. Trade paperback. very good;clean, tight, & attractive.. trade paperback; 53 pp; inscribed by the author on the title page. Precedes Hastings volume "Seven, Seven."


Prose Poems and Other Trivia

By Shute, J. Ray

Monroe, North Carolina: Nocalore Press, 1954. First Edition. Hardcover. very good, light wear at edges; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. 16 mo, light blue boards with teal spine strip; gilt lettering on front board; 71 pp.


From the Gazebo

By King, Joy Rainey

Kuttawa, Ky: McClanahan Publishing, 1995. First Edition. glued wraps. fine; clean, tight, & attractive.. glued wraps; 64 pp.signed by the author on the title page


Apocalyptic Narrative and Other Poems

By Jones, Rodney

Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1993 . First Edition. Hardcover. very good; clean, tight, & attractive./very good; lightest wear to dj top edge; dj protected by new Mylar wrap.. 8 vo; bright cherise boards with black spine strip; gilt spine lettering; 69 pp. b/w photograph of small town on dj front inscribed by the author on the title page. inscribed by the author on the title page.


The Tin Canand other poems

By Smith, William Jay

New York: Delacorte Press, 1966. first printing. Hardcover. very good; clean, tight, & attractive./very good; light soil and shelf wear; dj protected by new Mylar wrap. sm 4 to; black cloth boards with silver spine lettering; black endpapers; 68 pp; silver dj with black lettering; inscribed by the author on the rear of the previous publications page; typescript poem, "The Closing of the Rodeo" laid in with a note of appreciation for his design work for the world premiere of "The Straw Market." Dated 4 March 1966.


An Experiment in Terror

By Catlin, Alan

East Meadow, NY: mulberry press, 1994. Staplebound. fine; as unread. stapled yellow wraps; unpaged raw and realistic poetry written from the viewpoint of an infantry soldier.



By Hein, Piet

Cambridge: M.I.T. Press, 1966. second printing. Mass market paperback. very good; light soiling to covers; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. Mass market pb; 40 pp + several illust. blank pages at rear of text; small b/w illust. throughout. "...short aphoristice poems ...revealing new perspectives almost from one word to the next." Underground literature from a WW II resistance leader.



By Little, Judy

Carbondale, Il: Self published, 1994. Staplebound. very good. stapled wraps; 52 pp. Inscribed by the author, personal note signed by author laid in.


The Charge

By Donnelly, Patrick

Keene, NY: Ausable Press, 2003. First Edition. Trade paperback. very good-a few ink check marks by poems in the table of contents; p.o's name on front fly leaf;all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. trade paperback, 84 pp; poetry. signed by the author on the title page along with dated inscription.


The Intruder

By Legler, Philip

Athens, GA: University of Georgia, 1972. First Edition. Hardcover. very good; clean, tight, & attractive. 12 mo; lilac paper boards with purple spine strip, gilt spine lettering; 67 pp.


Boulders and Pebbles of Poetry and Prose

By Caponi, Anthony

Independence, MO: Independence Press, 1972. First Edition. Hardcover. very good; p.o.'s name on front flyleaf; all else-clean, tight, & attractive. /light soil and chipping; dj protected by new Mylar wrap.. Anthony Caoponi, photographs.. 8 vo; square format; gray textured boards; gilt spine lettering; unpaged; b/w photographs on dj.


Fragments in Us

By trudell, Dennis

Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1996. First Edition. Trade paperback. fine; as unread. trade paperback; 73 pp Winner of the Felix Pollak Prize in Poetry



By Nettles, Grace and Bea

Urbana, Il: Inky Press Productions, 1988. Trade paperback. Very good. large format trade paperback; unpaged; poetry/ b/w photographs by mother/daughter writers.



By Hunter, Paul

Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press, 1976. First Edition. Hardcover. very good +; clean, tight, & attractive./good; moderate chipping to top edges; all else-clean & attractiv; dj protected by new Mylar wrap.. Glenn J. Rudolph, photographer. 8 vo; bright red cloth covered boards; gilt spine lettering; b/w photographs as endpapers; 67 pp; b/w photograph on dj, front and rear.


The Search

By Kinsella, Thomas (ed)

Carbondale, Il: Southern Illinois University Press, 1969. 1969. Hardcover. fine; clean, tight & attractive./very good- 1/2 " tear at front top (repaired); dj protected by new Mylar wrap.. 8 vo; teal textured boards; gilt spine lettering; 53 pp; light brown dj with dark brown lettering. The eighth volume of verse by undergraduate and graduate students at Southern Illinois University; 38 poems by 11 students;


Poets on Stage, the Some Symposium

By Ziegler, Alan; Larry Zirlin; Harry Greenberg (eds.)

Kensington, CA: Release, 1978. Trade paperback. very good- clean, tight, & attractive. glued wraps with b/w illust. on front & rear wrap; 106 pp. The Some Symposium on Poetry Readings constitutes Some #9. This is a special issue of SOME magazine. "...offers lively work by established and emerging poets and writers." Poets include: Allen Ginsberg, Phillip Lopate, Colette Inez, Denise Levertov, James Dickey, Audra Lorde, Marge Piercy, Margaret Atwood, et. al.


Poems From Punch 1909-1920

By na

London: MacMillan and Co., Limited, 1922. Hardcover. good +; light rubbing to board edges; small faded spots at bottom of front board and rear board; p.o.'s name and date on front flyleaf.. 12 mo; dark red boards with gilt imprint of Punch logo on front board; gilt spine lettering; 278 pp. + 2 pp. deckled edges; advertisements for other publications


Still the Sirens

By Brutus, Dennis

Santa Fe, NM: Pennywhistle Press, 1993. First Edition. Trade paperback. very good - clean, tight, & attractive.. trade paperback; 32 pp; b/w wraps with b/w photograph of the poet. Inscribed to Rodney Jones by the poet on the title page; introduction by Lamont B.. Steptoe


Poems on the Underground 96

By Benson, Gerard, Judith Chernaik, Cicely Herbert (eds.)

London: Cassell, 1996. First Edition. Paperback. As new- clean, tight, & attractive.. glued wraps; small paperback; 31 pp. Poems have been featured on London's Underground trains in 1996.


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