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    American Heritage: December 1956, Volume VIII, Number 1

    New York: American Heritage Publishing Co.. 1956. Later printing. Quarto. 128pp. Edges lightly tanned, spine ends bumped, else very good. Contributions by John Dos Passos, Louise Hall Tharp, Archibald MacLeish, Bruce Catton, and others. .


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    The New Yorker - February 6, 2017. Autumn of the Atom; The Troll of Internet Art; The Rich Dig Bunkers; Alternate-Ending Movies; Marisa Merz; Beauty Queen of Leenane; Daniel Barenboim; Pete Holmes; Paul Auster by David Remnick (Editor)

    New York: Condé Nast , 2017 New; immaculate. See scans and description. New York: Condé Nast, 2017. The February 6, 2017 issue of The New Yorker magazine. Gayle Kabaker cover, "Downhill Racers". Quarto, illustrated perfect-bound wraps, 78 pp. New, without flaw. See all scans. Some feature topics: Autumn of the Atom; The Troll of Internet Art; The Rich Dig Bunkers; Alternate-Ending Movies; Marisa Merz; Beauty Queen of Leenane; Daniel Barenboim; Pete Holmes; Paul Auster; Alix Ohlin fiction, "Quarantine". More, of course. See scans of contents pages. All the usual cartoons, reviews, postings, poems, departments, etc of course. Ships in a new, sturdy, protective box - not a bag. LPR29


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    Not Guilty! 1 (September 1975) by Pell, Derek (editor), Norman Rubington, Akbar del Piombo, Michael McClure, Anne Waldman, Tuli Kupferberg, Anselm Hollo, Kenneth Patchen, et al

    New York: Not Guilty Press, 1975. 1st edition. Soft cover. Fine/No Jacket (as issued). Fine. 8vo, 68pp, stapled wrappers. This poetry and art magazine from 1975 includes work by Norman Rubington (a.k.a. "Akbar del Piombo"), Kenneth Patchen (with a portrait), et al. Unmarked copy.


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    A Vintage Issue of the American Home Magazine for June 1940 by edited by Jean Austin

    NY: American Home Magzine Inc.. Good with No dust jacket as issued. 1940. Single Issue magazine. This 10 by 13 inch, 128 page magazine is in good collectible condition with a few pages having some color off set , light dust soiling and edge edge wear. A complete magazine with no cut or missing pages. See Photos; Some of the contents of this classic vintage magazine are cover art by Harrie Wood , Go Outdoors to Live by Clement J. Freund , A House Built around Porches and Terraces by Anabel Parker McCann , Backyard Dinning the Easy Way by Doris Hudson Moss , For the Male cook in all his glory by Ted Hatch, My Husband id no G-Man by Jean E. Curtis and much much more on cooking , home design and care , Trees and gardens , travel sleep, Some great car ads , and many full page color advertisements . ; Photographs & Drawings .


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    American Horse Breeder Vol. XXXIV No. 34 August 23, 1916 by Simon W. Parlin (editor)

    Boston Mass: Horse Breeder Publishing Co.. Very Good. 1916. Single Issue magazine. CONDITION: Light wear to covers. Tiny tear to lower edge of front cover. A center crease to all pages. Light dust soiling and minor age toning. 11 1/2 x 16 Inches. Magazine. ; A periodical for horse lovers, includes information on standardbred horses and harness racing. The Contents include: Cover photographs "Racing Scenes of the Past Week", Goshen Meeting New England Notes, Kentucky Department, New York Point of View, Grand Circuit Meeting at Columbus, and much more. Advertising for Carts, Horses, Sulkies, Medicine, and much more. ; Photographs & Drawings .


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    TRANS / FORMATION: ARTS, COMMUNICATION, ENVIRONMENT.; A World Review by Holtzman, Harry, editor

    NY: Wittenborn, Schultz, Inc, 1952. First editions. Oblong 4to., continuously paginated to 176 pp., adverts, illustrated with photographs and drawings. 3 volumes, Nos. 1 - 3, all published. The wrapper shows minor creasing and rubbing; faint foxing to the first leave of Volume 1. Very good. The complete run of this short-lived serial with contributions by: S.I. Hayakawa, Sigfried Giedion, Alfred H. Barr, Jr., Buckminster Fuller, Ad Reinhardt, Le Corbusier, Piet Mondrian, Gyorgy Kepes, Allen Walker Read, Willem de Kooning, Margaret Mead, Kurt Seligmann, Albert Einstein, Merce Cunningham, Alberto Giacometti, Benjamin Péret, et al. Although this periodical is not primarily concerned with photography, it occasionally mentions photography and uses photographs for illustrations. See: Allen, Gwenn. ARTISTS' MAGAZINES: An Alternative Space for Art. p. 306.


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    Heavy Metal Magazine October 1978 Vol. II No. 6 by Kelly, Sean; Marchant, Valerie, eds

    New York: HM Communications, Inc, 1978. Pictorial wrappers. A near fine copy. Includes stories by Moebius, Philippe Druillet, Gray Morrow, Richard Corben and Jan Strnad, and others. Cover art by Ron Walotsky.; 21 x 27.5 cm.


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    Folk Harp Journal, Vol. 19, Dec. 1977

    Mount Laguna, Ca: Folk Harp Journal, 1977 A quarterly publication, whose purpose is to assemble and distribute any and all information pertaining to the Folk Harp, its music and techniques of its use. Included in this issue are articles on: the O'Ffogarty Harp, Harpist Debbie Spry, Decorating the Gothic Harp, the Kafir Harp, Strings, etc. 36 pages. Illustrated white paper cover with black titling, staple binding, black and white illustrations as well as a few in colour. With the exception of a few tiny spots, magazine is in nice condition. If you buy four or more "Folk Harp Journals," we will give you a 25% discount on the purchase price. Your discount will not appear on this web site, but will be applied at our shop after we receive the order. Shipping charges are calculated for a standard parcel under 1 kg. Additional charges will apply for heavier shipments, but not until the customer agrees. Canadian customers, please note that applicable sales taxes will be added. Please contact us with any questions you might have. Paper Cover. Good to Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


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    ISAAC ASIMOV'S Science Fiction: August, Aug. 1980 by Asimov's (Isaac Asimov; Baird Searles; Sydney J. Van Scyoc; Martin Gardner; Tim Colley; Sharon N. Farber; Steve Barnes; Erwin S. Strauss; Andrew M. Greeley; Bill Warren; Somtow Sucharitkul)

    NY: Davis Publications Vol. 4, No. 8 (whole #30). Cover by Stephen Fabian for "Light on the Sound" by Somtow Sucharitkul. Includes "Editorial: Double Dactyls Revisited" by Isaac Asimov; "On Books" by Baird Searles; "Stonefoal" by Sydney J. Van Scyoc; "The Queer Story of Gardner's Magazine" by Martin Gardner; "The Worth of a Man" by Tim Colley; "Trans Dimensional Imports" by Sharon N. Farber; "Endurance Vile' by Steve Barnes; "The SF Conventional Calendar" by Erwin S. Strauss; "On Star Trek as Liturgy" by Andrew M. Greeley; "It's OK to Like the Star Trek Movie" by Bill Warren. Illustrated by Frank Borth, Linda Miller, Karl B. Kofoed, Stephen Fabian, label remains on cover.. Digest Wraps. Very Good-.


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    The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction December 1973 by Ferman, Edward L., ed

    New York: Mercury Press, Inc, 1973. First Edition. Pictorial wrappers. A fine copy. Contributions by James Tiptree, Jr., Robin Scott Wilson, Jack Williamson, and others. Cover illustration by Ron Walotsky.; Octavo.


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    Mirabella, January 1992 by Franzen, Jonathan

    New York: Murdoch Magazines. Near Fine. 1992. First Edition. Soft cover. Includes: a Review titled "Wake-Up Call" of Jonathan Franzen's novel Strong Motion. Also an Article about the movie version of William Burrough's Naked Lunch. Ships same or next business day. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .


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    The Magnet Library, No 19. June 20th 1908. The Greyfriars Challenge. Facsimile by Richards, Frank

    London: Howard Baker Press Ltd. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket as issued. [1970]. Facsimile. Paperback. 270mm x 180mm (11" x 7"). 16pp. .


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    This 7 (Writing; Spring 1976) by Watten, Barrett (editor), Robert Grenier, Bernadette Mayer, Tom Raworth, Ron Silliman, Bob Perelman, Hannah Weiner, et al

    San Francisco: This, 1976. 1st edition. Soft cover. Very Good/No Jacket (as issued). 8vo, 96pp, printed wrappers. Seventh issue of this essential seventies language-movement literary magazine, includes work by Robert Grenier, Bernadette Mayer, Tom Raworth, Ron Silliman, Bob Perelman, Hannah Weiner, et al. Near VG copy, light spotting to covers, contents clean.


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    Astounding Science Fiction July 1946 by Campbell, John W., Jr., ed

    New York: Street & Smith Publications, Incorporated, 1946. First Edition. Pictorial wrappers. Pages are age-toned, a couple of tiny chips to edges, minor corner crease to front cover and first page. A very good+ copy. Contributions by Hal Clement, A. Bertram Chandler and others. Cover art by Timmins.; Octavo.


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    Coronet: November, 1938

    Chicago: David A. Smart. 1938. First. First edition. Near fine, lightly worn in wrappers. .


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    Handwoven (Hand Woven) Magazine, January (Jan.) / February (Feb.) 2009 - 12 Fabulous Fuzzy Fabrics by Kelley, K.; Ludden, M.; Herbster, B.; Ligon, L.; Monaghan, K.; al, Et

    USA: Interweave Press. Paperback. 80 pages. Features: Lusciously ruffled scarf; Versatile vest for warm winter wear; Paneled skirt; Lacy, fulled shawls in deflected doubleweave; Log-cabin ruana; Embellish handwoven bags with needlefelting; Felting fun with scarves; A lush, brushed blanket; Celebration shawl for a bright new year; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 2009. First Edition.


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    OTHER WORLDS Science Stories: August, Aug. 1952 by Other Worlds (walter M. Miller, Jr.; Richard S. Shaver; E. Everett Evans; Charles DeVet)

    Evanston, IL: Clark Publishing, 1952. Vol. 4, No. 6. Last issue on cheap pulp paper. Edited by Ray Palmer. Cover art by Malcolm Smith for "Please Me Plus Three" by Miller; rear cover illustrated by Robert Gibson Jones. Includes "The Sun Smiths" (pt. 2 of 3) by Shaver; "Little Miss Boss" by Evans; "Track of the Beast" by DeVet. Features: "The People Who Make "Other Worlds" highlights Malcolm Smith; "Editorial"; "The Man From Tomorrow"; "Letters"; "Personals." Letter from 'The Hubbard Dianetic Foundation, Inc.' (Waldo T. Boyd). Illustrated by Joe Tillotson and Bill Terry. Falls open at p. 77; front hinge has been glue-repiared with archival quality, paper cement.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good.


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    Infinity Science Fiction November 1958 by Shaw, Larry T., ed

    New York: Royal Publications, Inc, 1958. First Edition. Pictorial wrappers. Pages are mildly toned, minor insect damage to fore edge. A near fine copy. Contributions by A. Bertram Chandler, Randall Garrett, and others. Cover art by Ed Emshwiller.; Octavo.


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    APERTURE by White, Minor, editor, et al

    Millerton, NY: Aperture, 1998. First editions. The format changed several times, from a staple bound 8vo., to a slightly larger 8vo., to glazed paper over boards 4to., to paper bound 4to., with variations occurring occasionally. A complete run from 1952 to Winter 1998: Vol. 1, No. 1, through Vol. 19, No. 4 (which is also No. 76), and No. 77 through No. 150. Very good to fine. A significant number are fine as new. Each issue would present theoretical issues, criticism, reviews, and portfolios of emerging photographers. Occasionally, an entire issue would be devoted to a specific theme or photographer. The contributors are a veritable who's who of photographers, critics and historians. The most important photographic journal since 1950. Duplicate issues are available, please inquire.


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    Big Table 1 (1959 - contains the complete contents of the suppressed Winter 1959 Chicago Review, including a selection from Naked Lunch) by Rosenthal, Irving (editor), Jack Kerouac, William S. Burroughs, Gregory Corso, Edward Dahlberg

    Chicago: Big Table, Inc, 1959. 1st edition. Soft cover. Very Good/No Jacket (as issued). VG. 8vo, 160pp, printed wrappers. The significant first issue of this important and influential Beat Generation literary magazine, containing the content of the suppressed Winter 1959 Chicago Review. Includes a selection from "Naked Lunch," plus "Old Angel Midnight" by Kerouac and writing by Edward Dahlberg. Unmarked copy with toning to covers, light spine wear.


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    Ideals Country by Pingry, Patricia A

    Ideals, 2002-05-01. Paperback, Trade Paperback - EX LIB. Very Good.


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    Science Fiction Stories March 1956 by Lowndes, Robert A. W., ed

    Holyoke, MA: Columbia Publications, Inc, 1956. First Edition. Pictorial wrappers. Pages are mildly toned, minor insect damage along fore edge. A near fine copy. Contributions by Clifford D. Simak, Milton Lesser, and others. Cover art by Ed Emshwiller. ; Octavo.


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    Airpower, Vol. 21, No. 5, September 1991 by Mizrahi, Joseph V

    Sentry Books. Very Good. 1991. First Edition; First Printing. Magazine. the classic Lockheed Vega and others. Magazine in excellent conditon. Book now in archival sleeve to protect condition. We provide delivery confirmation and ship within 24 hours. See scan of actual magazine with feature articles printed on front. ; Photographs, Diagrams, Maps; 55 pages .


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    Nutshell News Magazine, February 1992 - A Kupjack Legacy by Contributors, Multiple

    USA: Kalmbach. Paperback. Features: Surface Beauty; Keystone dollhouses - "The Birches"; Pierre Zador's Furniture; Ned and Dick Kellogg; Native American Art; Elisabett Andrews; Shows; the Cheney Rooms in the Baltimore Museum of Art; Christmas in the Southwest; A Victorian Fainting Couch; Craft a Chaise; Along the Mall IV - Gourmet Shop Plus; Aids for Gluing; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A quality copy. . Good. 1992. First Edition.


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    GALAXY Science Fiction: September, Sept. 1976 ("The Hand of Oberon") by Galaxy (Larry Niven; Roger Zelazny; Phil Bertoni; Ernest Taves, M.D.; Craig Strete; Gail Kimberly)

    NY: UPD Publishing, 1976. Vol. 37, No. 6. Edited by James Baen. Cover by Rick Sternbach for "The Children of the State" (pt. 1 of 3) by Larry Niven. Includes "The Hand of Oberon" (pt. 3 of 3) by Roger Zelazny; "Abandon All Heat, Ye Who Enter Here" (novelette) by Phil Bertoni; "Jupiter One" by Ernest Taves, MD; "The Dirty Old Man" by Craig Strete; "A Little Bit of Recycled Time" by Gail Kimberly. Features: "Showcase: Vincent Di Fate"; SF Calendar"; "A Step Further Out: Science and Man's Future: Prognosis: Magnificent!" by Jerry E. Pournelle; "Bookshelf" (reviews) by Spider Robinson; "The Alien Viewpoint" by Richard E. Geis. Illustrated by Ames, Di Fate, Fabian, Freff, and Gaughan. Tanning; edgewear; mild creasing.. Single Issue Magazine. Very Good+.


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