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STEPPING STONES TO JAPANESE FLORAL ART

by CARR, RACHEL

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Tokyo: Tokyo News Service, LTD, 1956. First Edition. Signed by Carr and inscribed by Carr, "to a most welcome guest. May this inspire you and remind you of our historical visit with its multitude of "happy times" - Come again any time." - dated: Tokyo, May 1956. 107 pp. Hard cover with string tied binding. Green cloth with gilt lettering and color picture of flowers on cover. Very good with some soiling to front free endpage with minor chipping to top foredge. A bit of wear and fading to spine. Contents: historical sketch, measurements, preservation of plants and flower arranging techniques, requirements, illustrations, and nomenclature of plants. Black & white, color illustrations and drawings.
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MRS. CALDWELL SPEAKS TO HER SON

by CELA, Camilo Jose (Translated by J.S. Bernstein)

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Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1968, First U.S edition. Hardcover. 206 pp. 8vo. Purple dust jacket with drawing of a mother's crazed and intense psychological state of mind. 0.75" tear to jacket at top corner of spine and mild wear to foredge, else very good. This is the first English translation of an important novel by one of Spain's foremost contemporary writers. Experimental in form, lacking an obvious narrative line and conventional plot, it is a strange and shocking portrait of a woman's intense incestuous love for her son. One of the few works of fiction to treat the Oedipal relationship from the mother's viewpoint. Professor Bernstein was granted access to the new revisions and incorporated the author's latest changes and additions (among them an unpublished chapter) into this edition. Bernstein's introduction is an invaluable aid to understanding this rewarding, difficult work. Also included is Cela's postscript written for new Spanish edition… Read more
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Early flyer for the ISKON center in New York City, evidently aimed at the crowds at the peace mobilization in New York, printed from holograph: “Our Peace Formula. Chant Consciousness April 15, Hare Krishna Hare Krishna, Inc. [etc.], Krishna Consciousness Inc. 26 2nd Ave.”

by [HARE KRISHNA] [New York City]

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[New York: International Society for Krishna Consciousness, 1967]. Broadside, approximately 8 1/2 x 11 inches. Old folds, some light foxing; a little dog-eared and worn; in good condition. An ephemeral item evidently from the early days of the Hare Krishna movement; A. C. Bhaktivedanta had come to the U.S. in 1965 and established the ISKON in a modest store front on the Lower East Side at the 2nd Avenue address in May, 1966. The relationship between the Hare Krishna movement and Allen Ginsberg (and his use of the chant in peace demonstrations) is fairly well known, and Krishna Consciousness was a fairly substantial thread in the counterculture movement of the 1960s. [Thank you Garrett Scott, Bookseller for this enlightening description].
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The Anti-Mass; Methods of Organization for Collectives

The Anti-Mass; Methods of Organization for Collectives

by [Collectives]

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16mo; 56pp, saddle-stitch, light brown and black spine; minor shelf wear with bumping and toning to wraps, text block clean; illustrations; very good.A pamphlet about how the individual can rally against society by forming and operating within a collective. A sort of "how-to" guide for collectivism.
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A CAPITAL SHIP: NEW ENGLAND LIFE

A CAPITAL SHIP: NEW ENGLAND LIFE

by COLLIER, Abram T

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Boston: New England Mutual LIfe Insurance Company, 1985. First printing. Hardcover. 336pp. Gilded lettering on navy cloth binding. Slight bumping to spine. Fading at corners of dust jacket with a 0.4" tear from top of spine and There is a 0.8" tear on front cover, else very good. Foreward by author. Appendices. Index. B/w photos, charts. Collier, the 7th President of the Company, writes out of personal experience as well as observation and study. He was an active participant in the life insurance world for over 4 decades. Collier makes no effort to hide his prejudices or his failures, and he answers many questions we have long wanted to ask.
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1992 PAINTING EL DIA de LOS MUERTOS Press Photo

by [CARLOS CORTEZ]

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Chicago: Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum, 1992. 8 x 10” Black and white press photo dated, October 23, 1992. Newspaper clipping taped to verso from the Museum section: “El Dia de los Mertos,” a celebration of the Day of the Dead,” at the Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum. Carlos Cortez (August 13, 1923 – January 19, 2005) was a graphic artist, photographer, muralist, and political activist. Cortez spent 18 months in a US prison as a conscientious objector during the World War II, refusing to "shoot at fellow draftees." He joined the Industrial Workers of the World in 1947, identifying himself as an anarcho-syndicalist, writing articles and drawing cartoons for the union newspaper, the Industrial Worker, for several decades. As an accomplished artist and a highly influential political artist, Cortez is perhaps best known for his wood and linoleum-cut graphics. His work is represented in the collections of several museums around the world, including the Museum… Read more
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CONTEXTS OF POETRY: INTERVIEWS 1961-1971

by CREELEY, Robert

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Bolinas: Four Seasons Foundation, 1973. First edtion 214pp. Cover photograph by Gerard Malanga. Mild rubbing and soiling to rear cover, else very good. Previous owner's name neatly penned on endpaper. Edited by Donald Allen. Interviews with David Ossman, Charles Tomlinson, Allen Ginsberg in Vancouver, John Sinclair and Robin Eichele, Linda Wagner, Brendan O'Regan and Tony Allan, Lewis MacAdams, Douglas Flaherty and James Bradford and Michael Andre.
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CONTEXTS OF POETRY: with Allen Ginsberg at the Vancouver Conference July 1963

by CREELEY, Robert

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Buffalo: Audit/Poetry Incorporated, 1968. Vol. V/ No. 1, 1968. First edition in olive green and black, stapled card wrappes. 18pp. Photograph of Creeley by Elsa Dorfman. Near fine. The main text had been transcribed from a tape made at the Vancouver Poetry Conference, Wednesday morning, July 24, 1963. Tape courtesy of Fred Wah; transcription by George F. Butterick.
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LE DERNIER CRI: Legendary Publishers of the International Underground Track 16 Gallery: July 9-August 16, 2003 Exhibition Catalogue Santa Monica: Smart Art Press, 2003. First edition. Softcover, 9 x 4 3/8” (30pp.), fine.

by [Track 16 Gallery]: [Le Dernier Cri]

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This is the first exhibition of Le Dernier Cri (DC) in the United States, though they are legendary in Europe. This catalogue was made in conjunction with their 2003 exhibit at Track 16 Gallery curated by Georganne Deen. Le Dernier Cri: Legendary Publishers of the International Underground is an exhibition of works by a selection of artists whose work has been published by the irreverent, independent publishing house Le Dernier Cri, (the last cry), who has been promoting comics and deviant graphics as a potent form of expressionist art. DC has assembled a network of international artists and provided them a forum where they are given the materials and autonomy necessary for the production of audacious graphic projects. There exists a combination of ingredients: manga and Art Brut; virtual reality and expressionism; free form drawing and the dance of death, pornography, noise, violence, and spoken language; jubilation and lyric effusion. The disturbing elements in this group of work are not intended… Read more
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LE DERNIER CRI: Legendary Publishers of the International Underground Track 16 Gallery: July 9-August 16, 2003 Exhibition Catalogue

by [Track 16 Gallery]: [Le Dernier Cri]

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Santa Monica: Smart Art Press, 2003. First edition. Softcover, 9 x 4 3/8” (30pp.), fine. This is the first exhibition of Le Dernier Cri (DC) in the United States, though they are legendary in Europe. This catalogue was made in conjunction with their 2003 exhibit at Track 16 Gallery curated by Georganne Deen. Le Dernier Cri: Legendary Publishers of the International Underground is an exhibition of works by a selection of artists whose work has been published by the irreverent, independent publishing house Le Dernier Cri, (the last cry), who has been promoting comics and deviant graphics as a potent form of expressionist art. DC has assembled a network of international artists and provided them a forum where they are given the materials and autonomy necessary for the production of audacious graphic projects. There exists a combination of ingredients: manga and Art Brut; virtual reality and expressionism; free form drawing and the dance of death, pornography, noise, violence, and spoken… Read more
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Broadside: WAVY GRAVY PRESENTS: The Conspiracy Stomp. A Benefit For The Chicago Eight

by Crumb, R. [Robert]

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Chicago: [Wavy Gravy], 1968. 10 1/2” x 12 3/8,” heavy paper. Classic Crumb image advertising one of the seminal concert events of the Sixties, the benefit for the legal defense of the Chicago Eight at Chicago’s Aragon Ballroom in November, 1969. Participants included the main defendant, Abbie Hoffman, Phil Ochs, Bob Gibson and Chad Mitchell. Also The Cast of Hair, Paul Krassner, Jeff Carp, The Fabulous Hypnotics, and Johnny Kaye. Scarce poster, not recorded in OCLC; Fiene (Crumb Checklish) 336a. This is only 1 of 3 test pressing posters known to be in existence from this concert. This is an original test pressing poster that was printed prior to the concert and does not have the Union Made logo on the corner... these test pressing posters are impossible to find as most were destroyed once they had the poster format perfected. This came directly from the long closed, I.S. Berlin printing factory in Chicago.
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