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EMOTIONAL ARCHIVES

EMOTIONAL ARCHIVES

by JANEY, Alex (pen name)

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Old Greenwich: Live On Ink Editions, 2012. First printing. [12p]. Fine with cream card stock covers with black Egyptian Udjat, the sound eye of Horus, which symbolizes healing and protection. Signed and numbered edition of 10 copies. Live on Ink's first publication and the author's first published epic poem. Janey's voice is refreshing and witty; her style reminiscent of the New York School poets. She writes of her time at the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, a place for spiritual growth and exploration, yet Janey struggles with not only the angst common to most during our early twenties, but also with her sexuality, addiction, and depression. An insightful debut from an author we expect to hear from again soon.
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BLACK POW-WOW: Jazz Poems [inscribed to actress Ruth Ford]

by JOANS, Ted

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New York: Hill and Wang, 1969. First Edition. Octavo (20cm). Sage green cloth, lettered in black on spine; dustjacket; 130pp. Verso of front endpaper darkened from laid-in newspaper clipping, else fine in a lightly toned dust jacket. Full-page presentation inscription in red ink on title page: "To sister Ruth the second Ford that I could afford to have in my life - but there shall be more, for I can not drive thus those as I shall survive I dig you for you are digable thus delicious. Love too / Ted Joans, NYC," dated 1969, the year of publication. Collected poems from the first two decades of the poet's career. One of just a few Joans books to be issued by a mainstream publisher, but surprisingly uncommon in the first printing. This copy inscribed on the title page to actress Ruth Ford, sister of surrealist poet and editor Charles Henri Ford, with whom Joans was closely associated. According to bookseller Lorne Bair, the occasion of the inscription would “almost certainly have… Read more
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