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BUGGER! AN ANTHOLOGY OF ANAL EROTIC, POUND CAKE CORNHOLE, ARSE-FREAK, & DRECK POEMS

BUGGER! AN ANTHOLOGY OF ANAL EROTIC, POUND CAKE CORNHOLE, ARSE-FREAK, & DRECK POEMS

by SANDERS, Ed (Editor)

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New York: Fuck You Press, 1964. First edition. 4to. Stapled mimeographed wrappers, printed on rectos. A touch of wear at the extremities, else near fine. 19 pp. One of 400 copies (there were also 24 limited edition copies). The first publication from the Peace Eye Bookstore. A poetry anthology “dedicated to the Brilliant Goddess of Buggery, Barbara Rubin.” Gary Snyder dubbed the book, “A Child’s Garden of PerVerse.” [Sanders 112]. Contributors include Sanders, Ted Berrigan, Allen Ginsberg, Ron Padgett, Harry Fainlight, John Harriman, and Szabo!
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GLYPHS

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Brooklyn: The Brother in Elysium, 2011. 19 prints, printed letterpress from plates of Sander's original artwork, each 8.5" x 11," laid into a printed envelope. With two text pieces printed from hand-set type. Number 37 of 250 hand-numbered copies. Signed by Sanders. Fine. After studying Egyptian hieroglyphs for some time, Sanders read John Cage’s Silence, noticing how the line breaks and the placing of multiple columns of lines on the same page seemed “glyphic.” His poetic life was never the same. Sanders began using glyphs in his own poetry and in his publications beginning in 1962. [Sanders, Glyphs text]. Published by Jon Beacham and Daniel Morris, this collection of Sanders’ unpublished glyph poems spans four decades of his career. A significant addition to the published works of this important poet, activist, Fug, former Peace Book Store proprietor, and editor of FUCK YOU: A Magazine of the Arts. Offered at the publication price.
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FUCK YOU: A Magazine of the Arts - Number 5, Volume 3 (May 1963)

by SANDERS, Ed (Editor)

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New York: Fuck You Press, 1963. 4to. Side-stapled mimeo wraps; with illustrations. Cover by Sanders. Contributions from Peter Orlovsky, Carol Berge, Joel Oppenheimer, Ray Bremser, Taylor Mead, Jackson MacLow and others. Near Fine. Sanders sent a copy of this issue to Allen Ginsberg in India, asking Ginsberg for poems to contribute to the next issue. There was a rumor about Ginsberg being depressed in India and he later stated that receiving FY inspired him and helped him out of his depression. [Sanders 38]. Ginsberg sent the poem, “The Change,” which he wrote while riding on the Kyoto-Tokyo express train in Japan. He broke down crying while writing that he was on a new path and “had returned to his body after the ecstatic years following the 1948 vision in which he had heard the ghostly voice of William Blake chanting in an apartment in Spanish Harlem. [Sanders 38]. Ginsberg was now determined to live in his body and settle into a “loving mammaldom”… Read more
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GET YOUR PILES OUT OF VIETNAM!!

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Original Fuck You/press mimeograph print. 8 1 2 x 11” colored paper with black type and handwriting. Uncollated pages from Fuck You / A Magazine for the Arts No. 5, Vol. 8, February, 1965, written, designed and illustrated by Ed Sanders. Mild soiling to curled, upper right corner. These pages were printed for the "Mad Motherfucker" issue, which featured contributions by Andy Warhol, William Burroughs, Michael McClure et al.
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FUCK YOU: A Magazine of the Arts - Number 5, Volume 4 (Summer 1963)

by SANDERS, Ed (Editor)

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New York: Fuck You Press, [1963]. 4to.; Side-stapled mimeo wraps with illustrations on colored pages; lightly sunned edges; mild edge wear and light soiling, else near fine. Signed by Sanders on back cover. Cover art by Sanders. Sanders typed this issue in the quarters of The Living Theater in NYC, using the group’s typewriter- type stencils. Printed specifically to distribute at the Great March on Washington, August 1963 . [Sanders 48]. This is the issue that two years later would cause the raid on Peace Eye Bookstore. In the “Notes to Contributors,” Sanders announces (admittedly straying from reality) that he had the first fifty-three hieroglyphs of Akh-en-Aten’s “Hymn to the Sun Disc” tattooed on his private parts. [Sanders 49]. It was this comment that offended the raiding officer. Provocative lines such as "We Must Fuck One Another or Die!" and "Grope for Peace" are common throughout the magazine. Contributors included Sanders, Tuli… Read more
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INVESTIGATIVE POETRY

by SANDERS, Ed

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San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1976. 40 pages; Inscribed on front endpaper by Sanders: “To Jane, with/respect and love/For all the/years,/Ed/1977/Boulder.” Very good with some spotting to the original printed, stapled wrappers. 10” x 7” Minor wear to foredge and tip. Sanders is the founder of the Investigative Poetry movement. This manifesto, Investigative Poetry, had an impact on investigative writing and poetry during the ensuing decades. In the 1990s, Sanders began utilizing the principles of Investigative Poetry to create a series of book-length poems on literary figures and American History. This copy was signed during one of Sanders talks at the Naropa Institure. A note states: “Lecture Prepared for the Visiting Spontaneous Poetics Academy, The Naropa Institute Boulder, Colorado July 8, 1975 - and revised in the fall of '75 and winter of '76-Ed Sanders.
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POEMS FROM JAIL

by SANDERS, Ed

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San Francisco: City Lights, 1963. First edition of Sanders’ first book. 8.5 x 5.25” 27pp. Stapled printed wrappers. Light soiling to covers, else near fine. Epic poem from the lead singer of The Fugs and owner of Peace Eye Bookstore. Written on toilet paper in his cell after being jailed for protesting the launch of nuclear submarines armed with nuclear missiles in Groton, CT. Sanders attempted to swim aboard the submarine during its commissioning to conduct a peace vigil on top of its missile hatches. [Sanders 2]. Ferlinghetti at City Lights insisted Sanders alter the text in the poem about Madame Chiang Kai-Shek by taking out her name and replacing it with “Lady,” fearful of a lawsuit and “his soldiers coming after [Sanders].”
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FUCK YOU: A Magazine of the Arts - Number 5, Volume 3 (May 1963)

by SANDERS, Ed (Editor)

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New York: Fuck You Press, 1963. 4to. Side-stapled mimeo wraps; with illustrations. Signed by Sanders on back cover. Cover by Sanders. Near fine. Sanders sent a copy of this issue to Allen Ginsberg in India, asking Ginsberg for poems to contribute to the next issue. There was a rumor about Ginsberg being depressed in India and he later stated that receiving FY inspired him and helped him out of his depression. [Sanders 38]. Ginsberg sent the poem, “The Change,” which he wrote while riding on the Kyoto-Tokyo express train in Japan. He broke down crying while writing that he was on a new path and “had returned to his body after the ecstatic years following the 1948 vision in which he had heard the ghostly voice of William Blake chanting in an apartment in Spanish Harlem. [Sanders 38]. Ginsberg was now determined to live in his body and settle into a “loving mammaldom” with mankind. Contributions from Peter Orlovsky, Carol Berge, Joel Oppenheimer, Ray… Read more
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FUCK YOU: A Magazine of the arts - Number 4 (The “Freaking“ Issue of F.Y)

by SANDERS, Ed (Editor)

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New York: Fuck You Press, 1962. First edition. 4to. Original green mimeo wrappers. Side-stapled. Some soiling and damp staining to covers, margins and some leaves. Chip to lower right corner of front cover. ‘Chop’ of noted Beat poet John Thomas at upper right corner. Cover decorated with the peace sign surrounded by an ouroboros, with the surrounding words, “Freedom, Freaking, Fucking, Fertility” and “In this issue, MAD MEN!” Sanders recalls this issue to be the one that “brought to the fore the question of freakiness and insanity.” [Sanders,”Fug You” 19]. Contributors include: Michael McClure, John Wieners, Ed Sanders, Tuli Kupferberg, Jackson MacLow, et al. From the library of Beat Poet John Thoman
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EPHEMERIS (COMPLETE RUN, ISSUES 1-3)
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EPHEMERIS (COMPLETE RUN, ISSUES 1-3)

by SCHAFF, David (Editor)

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San Francisco: Ephemeris, Cranium Press (Issue 2), no date [ca. 1960s]. First edition, original wrappers. Corner left staple for 1 and 2; issue three in newspaper format. Not in Clay & Phillips; Hart; or Butterick. Some fading to the cover of issue 1, minute chip to the back cover corner of issue 2, else all issues very good.
Ephemeris provides some insight into the magazine scene that developed in and around Jack Spicer's San Francisco. Throughout all three issues, poems are dedicated to Spicer and written in the Spicerian manner. Poets who played in Spicer's shadows, like Ellingham, Persky and Stanley, are represented throughout its pages, as is Frank O'Hara, Ebbe Borregaard, Joanne Kyger, and Charles Olson.
Ephemeris II features a map on the cover and Issue one has an astrological chart. The magazine is truly a chart and a map of late 1960s San Francisco and the vestiges of the Spicer Circle (Birmingham). For example, Ephemeris features several advertisements for what is now a lost… Read more
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BLOWN LETTERS, DRIVEN ALPHABETS

by SOBIN, GUSTAF

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Plymouth, UK: Shearsman Books, 1994. Stapled chap book, with cream jacket. Small red scratch on cover and sunning to spine, else very good. Contains three poems: 'On the Nature of the Iconic'; 'Transparent Itineraries 1991' and 'Transparent Itineraries 1992', all of which were later collected in the author's New Directions volume Breath's Burials (1995). Scarce. Gustaf Sobin was an American expatriate poet residing in Provence. By 1957 he had graduated from Brown University and had traveled worldwide, visiting Hemingway in Cuba. In 1962, perhaps seeking to emulate Hemingway's earlier example, he moved to France, meeting René Char in his first days in Paris, a poet whose work he greatly admired and whose poetry was to have a great influence on his own. It took Sobin some years before he was to find his poetic voice, and it was only in 1972 that he wrote what he considered to be his first poem. Some pamphlets of his work appeared in the 1970s, but… Read more
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Room: Number Two

Room: Number Two

by STERNLIEB, Barry; David Giannini

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Mamaroneck: Room Press, 1987. First edition. Unpaginated. 5 1/4 x 8 1/2" Tan, stapled wrappers. Very mild soiling to back cover, else near fine.
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PAYROLL/TIME TABLE RECORDS FOR MIDLAND RAILROAD EMPLOYEES

PAYROLL/TIME TABLE RECORDS FOR MIDLAND RAILROAD EMPLOYEES

by STEWART, J.J

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August 1930 - October 1933. Good. Worn black leather notebook, owned by J.J. Stewart. Foredges worn and endpages separating from cover at outer corners. Each page records in pencil dates, names, and money paid.
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RISE UP!  WE ARE THE 99%

RISE UP! WE ARE THE 99%

by LMNOPi (artist) (Occupy Wall Street)

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Brooklyn: LMNOPi, [2012]. Silkscreen poster. 12 x 18. Original design for OCCUPY WALL STREET (OWS). Signed by artist. Not in OCLC.Occupy Wall Street (OWS) was a protest movement against economic inequality that began in Zuccotti Park, located in New York City's Wall Street financial district, in September 2011. It gave rise to the wider Occupy movement in the United States and other countries. The main issues raised by Occupy Wall Street were social and economic inequality, greed, corruption and the undue influence of corporations on government—particularly from the financial services sector.
The OWS slogan, "We are the 99%", refers to income and wealth inequality in the U.S. between the wealthiest 1% and the rest of the population. To achieve their goals, protesters acted on consensus-based decisions made in general assemblies which emphasized redress through direct action over the petitioning to authorities.
The Occupy protesters' slogan "We are the 99%" referred to the… Read more
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