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The Cantilever Rainbow

By Krauss, Ruth; illustrated by Antonio Frasconi

New York: Pantheon Books, 1965. In pictorial boards, no dust jacket. A review slip from the distributor is neatly affixed to front endpaper, the rear free endpaper has been excised. The book and text within are sharp and clean, binding is tight. No library-type marks.. First American Edition. Hard Cover. Good+/No Jacket. Illus. by Antonio Frasconi. Octavo.



By Gabriel-Freeman, Hugo

Darmstadt, Germany: Eduard Roether Verlag, 1965. Clean and well bound text, with only slight wear. Text is in GERMAN; poetry, 174 pages. No jacket.. Apparent First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Octavo.


Buttered Side Up at Stella Maris

By Henry, Kim

Seal Rock, OR: Pioneer Printing, Kim Henry, 1994. Clean and well bound, with minor wear only. Mostly poetry, illusrated, 184 pages. "The point and purpose of this book is to show how someone goes from the chaotic California lifestyle, or the San Jose stress scene, to the life of a writer in solitude on the Oregon coast.". First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Illus. by Karen Dale. Octavo. Out of Print.


Nicolo G__ and the Days of November

By Menchaca, Frank

New Haven, CT: Front Room, 1990. Appears VG, but with a quite minor moisture/dew line with faint stain and wave along the fore-edge margin. Text else clean and well bound, with only minor wear to book.. First Edition. Paperback. Good. Octavo.


Duck Creek Ballads

By Carter, John Henton, a.k.a., Commodore Rollingpin

New York: H. C. Nixon, 1894. Fairly heavily discolored/faded and worn green covering cloth, also with rubbing and some staining. Hinges are a bit loosened from the boards but still holding. Nonetheless, it has a clean and well bound, basically Good text block inside, with minor aging to page paper. No dust jacket. Sold As Is, but priced accordingly.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fair/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.


Poetry and the Stars

By Hill, Hyacinthe

Putnam Valley, NY: Scop and Gleeman Publishers, 1986. Clean and well bound, with minor wear only. Author's pen correction to one word on one page. In purple pictorial card covers.. Paperback. Very Good. Octavo.


Quintet, Essays on Five American Woman Poets

By Saul, George Brandon

The Hague & Paris: Mouton & Co., 1967. "Permabound" hardcover, professionally bound in pale blue patterned buckram cloth over boards. Ex-Library, but still sound and essentially VG otherwise; with usual university library ownership and discard marks, pocket and bar code sticker to endpaper; spine catalog label removed. Text well bound, else clean, nicely preserved in this binding. Minor wear only. No dust jacket as issued From a professional bookseller, independent since 1996. All orders packaged with care.. First Edition. HARDCOVER. Good/No Jacket, as issued. Octavo.


Beyond This Body

By Starkman, Elaine Marcus

Walnut Creek, CA: Sheer Press, 1987. Inscribed to friends and signed by the author in 1991. Clean and well bound, with quite minor wear only. Staple-bound, 48 pages.. Inscribed and Signed. Paperback. Very Good. Octavo.


Totems : Poetry Carved from the Soul

By Fuller, Elizabeth R.

Kearney, NE: Morris Publishing, 1997. One main flaw: a small area of the lower fore-corner has been chewed on a bit by a puppy, affecting only a half an inch or so in the margin of pages. A few creases to lower front associated. Else the text is well bound and clean, and the book has minor other wear. Out of Print. Edition Unstated. Paperback. As Is, else Good. Octavo. Out of Print.


From Sand Creek: Rising in This Heart Which Is Our America

By Ortiz, Simon J.

Oak Park, IL: Thunder's Mouth Press, 1981. Text is still good, well bound, unmarked. Covers show general wear, with rubs and a little staining, some corner wear.. First Paperback Edition. Paperback. Acceptable. Octavo.


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By Chester, Laura

Santa Barbara, CA: Christopher's Books, 1975. Contains poetry and prose, published in Santa Barbara, CA. With errata slip laid in. Minor general wear, with rubs to covers and edges, text well bound and unmarked. First Edition. Paperback. Good. Octavo.


Collision Center

By Potts, Randall

Oakland, CA: O Books, 1994. One flaw: book has a moderate moisture warp to the pages, and the first three pages has a water "tideline" about the fore-edge area. Otherwise it's essentialy VG, text else clean and well bound, with minor wear. Perfectly decent for a reading copy.. First Edition. Paperback. Good, As Is. Octavo.


The Snow in Us

By Reiter, David P.

Australia: Five Islands Press, 1989. Clean and well bound text, with minor wear only.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Octavo.


Moralities and Miracles

By Kliewer, Warren

Francetown, NH: Golden Quill Press, 1962. Ex-Library, else Good. Nearly VG condition, but with usual university library ownership and discard stamps, bar code and pocket to endpaper; spine catalog label has been removed. Else soundly bound text; minor wear only to book, with faint hints of sunning to edges. No dust jacket, but the back cover face with author and book information has been trimmed and tipped in to the back endpaper. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Ex-Library, else Good/No Jacket. Octavo.



By Donne, John; Sir Herbert Grierson, ed.

Franklin Center, PA: Franklin Library, 1982. Bound in full brown (almost maroon) leather, with three edged gilt, gilt decorations and titles to front and spine, with bookmarking ribbon present. Clean and well bound, with very minor wear only.. Hard Cover. Fine/No Jacket, as issued. Illus. by Illustrated with Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century Engravings. Octavo.



By Foley, James W.

Chicago: P. F. Volland Company, 1915. Text in nice VG shape, and still tightly bound, inner hinges secure; however, the thin paper spine strip on the outside is missing. The book is still holding well without it. Minor wear otherwise, with a little edge rubbing; prev. owner gift insc. to front endpaper. There is no jacket or slipcase box this came in originally. "Hello" is a poem with illustrations, done in a decidedly Japanese style, with one-sided pages having the uncut fore-edge folds often found in books from Japan.. Hard Cover. Good, As Is/No Jacket, No Slipcase. 24mo - over 5" - 5¾" tall.


Las Mariposas no Mueren: Poemas de Sacuanjoche

By Rojas, Dr. Barreto

Managua, Nicaragua: Tercer Milenio, 1998. Clean and well bound text, mild general shelf rubs. One of only 1,000 copies printed, 176 pages, in pictorial card covers. Text entirely in SPANISH.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good-. Octavo.



By Saliba, Mediha F., with Dena Magdaleno, Sandra Sterrenberg, eds.

Willow Creek, CA: Studio 299, 2005. A new copy. Trade paper format, 64 pages. Contains poetry and art from Studio 299, from around the area of Willow Creek, Northern California.. First Edition. Paperback. Fine. Illus. by Ron Whitman; Trish Oakes, art ed.. Octavo.


The Sky Over Taylor Peak: Passages to the Lost Coast, 1984-86

By Martien, Jerry

Acata, CA: Blarney Publishing, 1987. Poems, 32 pages in pale blue-grey pictorial wraps, one of only 250 copies printed. Humboldt County, California poet. Clean and well bound, with quite minor wear only, slightest hint of sunning to cover edges.. Limited Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Illus. by Wyn Tucker. Octavo.


TOYON: The Literary Journal of Humboldt State University, Volume 38, 1992

By Minty, Judith, advisor; Karen Allendorf, et al., eds.

Arcata, CA: Humboldt State University, 1992. Clean and well bound, with minor wear only.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Octavo.


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