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SELF-MADE WIDOW

SELF-MADE WIDOW

by Race, Philip (novel); Chiriaka, Ernest "Darcy" (cover art)

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Greenwich, CT: Fawcett Publications, Inc. / Gold Medal Books, 1958. First Edition. First Printing, a paperback original novel. Octavo (18cm); pictorial card wrappers; yellow edge-staining; [4],5-190,[2]pp ads. Hint of a forward lean, some pinpoint wear to extremities, else Near Fine. First of three crime novels written by Race, a story of double-crossing wives and life insurance fraud. Hubin, p.327.
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BEATITUDE - NO.27 (MAYDAY, 1977)

BEATITUDE - NO.27 (MAYDAY, 1977)

by Reed, Foster and David Moe (editors);

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San Francisco: Beatitude, 1977. First Edition. An odd format for this issue of "perhaps the quintessential "Beat" publication...originally published in mimeograph at the Bread and Wine Mission on Grant Avenue in San Francisco's very hip North Beach...Beatitude was originally planned as a weekly newsletter, "designed to extol beauty and promote the beatific life among the various mendicants, neo-existentialists, christs, poets, painters, musicians and other inhabitants and observers of North Beach" (Clay & Phillips, p.81). Contents include contributions by Neeli Cherkovsky, Bob Kaufman, Ed Dorn, Tony Dingman, Harold Norse, George Tsongas, Kirby Doyle, and others. Quarto (38cm); mimeographed leaves (printed recto and verso), side-stapled into pictorial covers; [54]pp; illus. Light wear and some toning to wrapper extremities, with a touch of oxidation to staples; contents clean; Very Good+.
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MORE OF BRER RABBIT'S TRICKS - SIGNED

MORE OF BRER RABBIT'S TRICKS - SIGNED

by Rees, Ennis (stories); Gorey, Edward (illustrations)

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New York: Young Scott Books, 1968. First Edition. Collection of three Brer Rabbit folk tales, re-created by Rees in rhymed verse, and illustrated by Gorey. The book contains "Fishing for Suckers," "Brer Fox Bags a Lesson," and "Brer Rabbit's Visit to Aunt Mammy-Bammy." Toledano B39a. First Printing. Oblong octavo (20.25cm); pictorial boards; dustjacket; [48]pp; illus. Signed by Gorey on the title page. Fine in a very Near Fine, unclipped dustjacket (priced $3.95), with a single tiny tear to upper edge of rear panel.
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LIONS AND LOBSTERS AND FOXES AND FROGS: FABLES FROM AESOP - SIGNED

LIONS AND LOBSTERS AND FOXES AND FROGS: FABLES FROM AESOP - SIGNED

by Rees, Ennis (stories); Gorey, Edward (illustrations)

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Reading, MA: Young Scott Books, 1971. First Edition. Collection of 17 tales from Aesop, told in verse by Ennis Rees, and illustrated throughout by Gorey. Contains "The Ant and the Grasshopper," "The Lion and the Mouse," "The Dog and the Crocodile," and "The Donkey That Fell in the River," et al. Toledano B47a. First Printing. Oblong octavo (21cm); pictorial boards; dustjacket; [48]pp; illus. Signed by Gorey on the title page. Fine in a Fine dustjacket.
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REGGAE BEAT - VOL.2, NO.5 (JUNE, 1983)

REGGAE BEAT - VOL.2, NO.5 (JUNE, 1983)

by [REGGAE] Smith, C.C. (editor)

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Santa Monica: Bongo Productions for KCRW, 1983. An early issue of what was arguably the most influential and longest-running reggae publication produced in the U.S. 'Reggae Beat' was born as a photo-copied broadsheet in 1982. At the time, a handful of radio jocks were pushing the sounds of Jamaican reggae on the airwaves, and 'Reggae Beat' was published as a freebie for the roughly 200 listeners of KCRW's reggae program. It developed into a short zine through 1983, after which the format switched to a larger quarto - the earliest of these published in colors on newsprint. The title changed to 'The Reggae & African Beat,' and from its humble roots it developed into a 100+ page glossy magazine, running for 28 years and eventually ceasing publication in 2010. The publication is fairly well represented institutionally, however, nearly all institutional holdings noted in OCLC begin AFTER Vol.3, and we note no issues from the publication's first year represented at all. Quarto; illustrated wrappers, offset… Read More
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REGGAE BEAT - VOL.2, NO.2 (MARCH, 1983)

REGGAE BEAT - VOL.2, NO.2 (MARCH, 1983)

by [REGGAE] Smith, C.C. (editor)

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Santa Monica: Bongo Productions for KCRW, 1983. An early issue of what was arguably the most influential and longest-running reggae publication produced in the U.S. 'Reggae Beat' was born as a photo-copied broadsheet in 1982. At the time, a handful of radio jocks were pushing the sounds of Jamaican reggae on the airwaves, and 'Reggae Beat' was published as a freebie for the roughly 200 listeners of KCRW's reggae program. It developed into a short zine through 1983, after which the format switched to a larger quarto - the earliest of these published in colors on newsprint. The title changed to 'The Reggae & African Beat,' and from its humble roots it developed into a 100+ page glossy magazine, running for 28 years and eventually ceasing publication in 2010. The publication is fairly well represented institutionally, however, nearly all institutional holdings noted in OCLC begin AFTER Vol.3, and we note no issues from the publication's first year represented at all. Octavo; 8.5" x 11" sheets, offset… Read More
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BEYOND THE MOUNTAINS - INSCRIBED TO JONATHAN WILLIAMS

BEYOND THE MOUNTAINS - INSCRIBED TO JONATHAN WILLIAMS

by Rexroth, Kenneth

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New York: New Directions Books, 1951. First Edition. Sharp copy of this collection of four plays (Phaedra, Hermaios, Iphigenia, and Berenike), issued as No.20 in The Direction Series. Warmly inscribed to Jonathan Williams (1929-2008), who first wrote to Rexroth as a dropout from Princeton, looking for advice about avoiding the draft. Within two years he made his way to Black Mountain, where he founded the Jargon Society, which would publish Rexroth's One Hundred Poems from the French in 1955. First Printing. Octavo (16.5cm); yellow cloth-covered boards, with titles stamped in black on spine; dustjacket; 100pp. Inscribed by the author on the front endpaper: "For Jonathan Williams / with affection / Kenneth Rexroth." Light wear to spine ends and lower board edges, faint foxing to text edges, with a touch of offset from binders glue to pastedowns; Near Fine. Dustjacket is unclipped (priced $1.50), with pinpoint wear to extremities, else very Near Fine.
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THE PELCARI PROJECT

THE PELCARI PROJECT

by Rey Rosa, Rodrigo (novel); Bowles, Paul (translation)

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Tiburon: Cadmus Editions, 1981. First American Edition. First Printing, wrappered issue. Octavo (20cm); pictorial card wrappers; [9],10-117,[11]pp. A Fine, unread copy. Rosa's novel is a parable about political indoctrination in Central America, translated by Paul Bowles.
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THE BEGGAR'S KNIFE

THE BEGGAR'S KNIFE

by Rey Rosa, Rodrigo (stories); Bowles, Paul (translation)

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San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1985. First Edition. First Printing, wrappered issue. Octavo (20cm); glossy pictorial card wrappers; [viii],95,[1]pp. Light crease to upper front cover, trivial wear to crown, else very Near Fine. The Guatemalan author's first book, a collection of 26 short stories translated by Paul Bowles.
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THE BEGGAR'S KNIFE

THE BEGGAR'S KNIFE

by Rey Rosa, Rodrigo (stories); Bowles, Paul (translation)

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San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1985. First Edition. First Printing, cloth issue, preceding the UK edition by three years. Octavo (21cm); red cloth, with titles stamped in gilt on spine; dustjacket; [8],1-95,[1]pp. Hint of foxing to upper edge text block, else Fine in a Fine, unclipped, dustjacket (priced $12.95). The Guatemalan author's first book, a collection of 26 short stories translated by Paul Bowles.
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DUST ON HER TONGUE

DUST ON HER TONGUE

by Rey Rosa, Rodrigo (stories); Bowles, Paul (translation)

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London: Peter Owen, 1989. First Edition. First Impression. Octavo (22cm); blue cloth, with titles stamped in silver on spine; dustjacket; [10],11-75,[3]pp. A Fine copy in a Fine, unclipped, dustjacket (price £8.95). Rodrigo Rey Rosa's collection of short stories of magic, violence, and the temporal nature of existence, translated by noted author Paul Bowles.
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THE PELCARI PROJECT - DELUXE ISSUE, SIGNED

THE PELCARI PROJECT - DELUXE ISSUE, SIGNED

by Rey Rosa, Rodrigo (novel); Bowles, Paul (translation)

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Tiburon: Cadmus Editions, 1997. First American Edition. First Printing, deluxe issue, one of 26 lettered copies specially bound and signed by the author, translator and artist, this being copy 'H'. Octavo (21cm); black cloth, with titles stamped in gilt on spine; red endpapers; dustjacket; [9],10-117,[10]pp. Fine in a Fine dustjacket. Rosa's first full-length novella, centered around "the furious and passionate struggle between tyranny and freedom, silence and speech, enslavement and unfettered thought in an unidentified Central American country" (from front flap).
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DUST ON HER TONGUE

DUST ON HER TONGUE

by Rey Rosa, Rodrigo (stories); Bowles, Paul (translation)

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San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1992. First American Edition. First Printing. Octavo (20cm); original pictorial card wrappers; [10],11-91,[5]. A Fine copy of the First American edition of Rey Rosa's tales of magic, violence, and the temporal nature of existence, translated by noted author Paul Bowles.
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SELECTED LETTERS OF CHARLES REZNIKOFF, 1917-1976 - THE BINDER'S COPY

SELECTED LETTERS OF CHARLES REZNIKOFF, 1917-1976 - THE BINDER'S COPY

by Reznikoff, Charles (letters); Hindus, Milton (editor)

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Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1997. First Edition. Deluxe issue, one of probably a half-dozen copies specially bound and designated for use by the publisher and members within the inner circle of the press, this one marked "Binder's Copy" on the colophon. Octavo (23.5cm); pictorial paper covered boards and patterned cloth backstrip, with title label mounted to spine; publisher's original acetate dustjacket; [4],5-340,[4]pp. Hint of foxing to upper edge of textblock, otherwise Fine in a lightly rubbed Near Fine dustjacket. The majority of the letters in this collection pertain to Reznikoff's personal life, addressed chiefly to his wife, Marie Syrkin, and his lifelong friend and sometime employer in Hollywood, Albert Lewin.
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BY THE WELL OF LIVING & SEEING: NEW AND SELECTED POEMS, 1918-1973 - THE BINDER'S COPY, SIGNED
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BY THE WELL OF LIVING & SEEING: NEW AND SELECTED POEMS, 1918-1973 - THE BINDER'S COPY, SIGNED

by Reznikoff, Charles

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Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press, 1974. First Edition. Deluxe Issue, one of six copies specially bound and designated for the author, publisher, and members within the inner circle of the press, this one marked "Binder's Copy" and signed by the author on the colophon; includes an original holograph poem tipped-in on a preliminary leaf. Octavo (23.5cm); decorative paper-covered boards and red cloth backstrip, with title label mounted to spine; publisher's original acetate dustjacket; [28],29-173,[7]pp. Fine in a lightly rubbed, Near Fine dustjacket. Edited and with an introduction by Seamus Cooney. Morrow & Cooney 186c.
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SELECTED LETTERS OF CHARLES REZNIKOFF, 1917-1976

SELECTED LETTERS OF CHARLES REZNIKOFF, 1917-1976

by Reznikoff, Charles (text); Hindus, Milton (editor)

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Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1997. First Edition. First Printing, cloth issue, one of 250 copies (this one apparently bound without a colophon). Octavo (23.5cm); pictorial printed-paper covered boards and blue cloth backstrip, with title label mounted to spine; publisher's original acetate dustjacket; [4],5-340,[4]pp. Very light foxing to upper and lower edges of textblock, else Near Fine in a lightly rubbed Near Fine dustjacket. The majority of the letters in this collection pertain to Reznikoff's personal life, addressed chiefly to his wife, Marie Syrkin, and his lifelong friend and sometime employer in Hollywood, Albert Lewin.
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JEALOUSY: A NOVEL - ONE OF 4 HORS COMMERCE COPIES, SIGNED, EXTENSIVELY ANNOTATED BY THE TRANSLATOR
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JEALOUSY: A NOVEL - ONE OF 4 HORS COMMERCE COPIES, SIGNED, EXTENSIVELY ANNOTATED BY THE TRANSLATOR

by Robbe-Grillet, Alain (novel); Howard, Richard (translation)

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New York: Grove Press, Inc, 1959. First American Edition. The most limited state of Robbe-Grillet's fourth novel, first published as La Jalousie by Éditions de Minuit in 1957. Set on a banana plantation in a foreign country, the novel is centered around the unnamed narrator, his wife (referred to only as A), and their neighbors, Franck and his wife. The narrator suspects A is being unfaithful with Franck, but rather than culminating in a jealous outburst, he primarily (obsessively) reviews and reports; the infidelity is never confirmed or denied. The novel was a critical success but a poor seller in France, selling fewer than 1,000 copies. It ultimately found literary success in the U.S., as well as a much larger audience, after it was translated into English by Richard Howard, who was also responsible for translating The Voyeur for Grove in 1958. An important copy, showing significant interaction with the text. Deluxe Issue, one of 4 hors commerce copies specially bound and signed by the author,… Read More
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SKINNY LEGS AND ALL - TIMOTHY LEARY'S EXTENSIVELY ANNOTATED COPY, INSCRIBED BY TOM ROBBINS
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SKINNY LEGS AND ALL - TIMOTHY LEARY'S EXTENSIVELY ANNOTATED COPY, INSCRIBED BY TOM ROBBINS

by Robbins, Tom

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New York: Bantam Books, 1990. First Edition. Robbins's fifth novel, inscribed to long-time friends and devotees Timothy and Barbara Leary. Robbins modeled one of the characters in Jitterbug Perfume after Leary, and many Robbins fans have noted there seems to be a Leary-esque figure in nearly every one of his books. A well-read copy, showing Leary's extensive interaction with the text, and clear affinity for Robbins as a serious literary figure. First Printing. Octavo (24cm); peach paper-covered boards and purple cloth backstrip, with titles stamped in gilt on spine; dustjacket; [x],422pp. Timothy Leary's copy, inscribed to him and his wife Barbara on the half-title page: "To Tim + Barbara, "Couple of the Century" / with affection & admiration / Tom Robbins [Wood Pulp Forever]. Heavily-read and extensively-annotated by Leary across the front pastedown and endpaper, where he supplies the following thoughts: "Tom does what Joyce, Pynchon and Burroughs do - he glorifies paganism and mercilessly satirizes… Read More
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WHITE STUFF - NO.4 (JULY, 1977)

WHITE STUFF - NO.4 (JULY, 1977)

by Robertson, Sandy (editor); Smith, Patti (subject)

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London: S.i., 1977. First Edition. Fourth issue of Scottish writer and musician Sandy Robertson's Patti Smith fanzine, the name being derived from lyrics to Smith's song "Ain't It Strange." Alternately billed as "a rock n roll magazine for the modern world / teen aesthetes / young existentialists / the new romanticism / international heroes," White Stuff was dedicated to covering Smith's work, with coverage of concerts, lyrics, poetry, and interests, while offering coverage of the US and UK punk scene, surrealism, and literature. At a time when virtually every punk zine in the UK fell into the "black & white, fucked-up & photocopied" mold, Robertson was one of the few who managed to design a fanzine that was nothing short of a visual delight. In Neil Taylor's Rough Trade: Document and Eyewitness (2011), Robertson recalls the following regarding production: "By the time I came around to do my fanzine White Stuff, a couple of the early ones were already out. I didn't bother to look at them. I just… Read More
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WHITE STUFF - NO.5 (SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER, 1977)

WHITE STUFF - NO.5 (SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER, 1977)

by Robertson, Sandy (editor); Smith, Patti (subject)

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London: S.i., 1977. First Edition. Fifth issue of Scottish writer and musician Sandy Robertson's Patti Smith fanzine, the name being derived from lyrics to Smith's song "Ain't It Strange." Alternately billed as "a rock n roll magazine for the modern world / teen aesthetes / young existentialists / the new romanticism / international heroes," White Stuff was dedicated to covering Smith's work, with coverage of concerts, lyrics, poetry, and interests, while offering coverage of the US and UK punk scene, surrealism, and literature. At a time when virtually every punk zine in the UK fell into the "black & white, fucked-up & photocopied" mold, Robertson was one of the few who managed to design a fanzine that was nothing short of a visual delight. In Neil Taylor's Rough Trade: Document and Eyewitness (2011), Robertson recalls the following regarding production: "By the time I came around to do my fanzine White Stuff, a couple of the early ones were already out. I didn't bother to look at them. I just… Read More
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