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BABY, BABY. FROM ON WHITMAN AVENUE - SIGNED

BABY, BABY. FROM "ON WHITMAN AVENUE" - SIGNED

by Bowles, Paul

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New York: Mercury Music Corporation, 1946. First Edition. Slim quarto (31cm); original printed wrappers; 3,[1]pp. Signed by Bowles on the front wrapper, beneath his printed name. Trivial wear to extremities, a few faint scuffs to front wrapper; Near Fine. "On Whitman Avenue" was a Broadway musical based on a play by Maxine Wood, in which an idealistic young woman rents out a room in her parents' home, during their absence, to an African-American veteran who saved her fiance's life. Bowles's music was for a lullaby sung during the production; its lyrics, while uncredited, were written by William Saroyan. OCLC shows 15 holdings. Miller E25.
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THE BACHMAN BOOKS: RAGE, THE LONG WALK, ROADWORK, THE RUNNING MAN
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THE BACHMAN BOOKS: RAGE, THE LONG WALK, ROADWORK, THE RUNNING MAN

by Bachman, Richard (pseud. of Stephen King)

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London: New English Library, 1983. First U.K. Editions. An attractive set of the first four books written under King's Richard Bachman pseudonym, originally issued as paperback originals by Signet between 1977-1982. With exception to Rage, nice copies of the UK editions appear with less frequency than their American counterparts. Brooks A5.2, A9.2, A11.2, A15.2. First Impressions. Four octavo volumes (18cm); original pictorial card wrappers; [x],211,[3]; [8],9-253,[3]; [viii],273,[7]; [iv],219,[1]pp. Rage and Roadwork are Fine, sharp-cornered, and with creamy, supple pages; The Long Walk shows light wear to extremities, with a hint of tanning to text edges, else Near Fine; The Running Man shows some mild surface wear, rubbing to joints and extremities, a few vertical stress creases to spine, with the verso of the front wrapper showing a slightly abraded rubber-stamp and ink price of a Birmingham book shop; Very Good.
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BAD BOY

BAD BOY

by Thompson, Jim (novel); Kunstler, Mort (cover art)

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New York: Lion Books, 1953. First Edition. Thompson's fifth paperback original, a compulsively readable piece of self-mythology which takes the reader on a ride through Thompson's life growing up in the seedy underbelly of the American West. "Burlesque hawker, drunk, bootlegger - drifter, bellhop, gambler, steeplejack, oil hand, and two-fisted brawler - all before he was old enough to vote. That's Jim Thompson's BAD BOY, swashbuckling rogue who made and lost fortunes, and barreled his way through the most lusty 20 years any man ever spent" (from rear wrapper). Hubin, p.393. First Printing, a paperback original novel. Octavo (16.25cm); illustrated wrappers; yellow edge-staining; [6],7-160pp. Light surface wear and dust-soil to wrappers, tanning to text edges and inner wrappers, with shallow loss to upper corner tips of pp.97-120; Very Good.
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THE BALLAD OF BETA-2 - INSCRIBED

THE BALLAD OF BETA-2 - INSCRIBED

by Delany, Samuel (novel); Hartwell, David G. (introduction)

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New York: Gregg Press, 1977. First Hardcover Edition. First hardcover edition of Delany's fifth novel, originally issued as an Ace-Double paperback original in 1966. Centered around an ill-fated group of "generation ships" who set off to colonize an alien world, only to discover upon arrival that the planet is already settled. Contains a new introduction by David G. Hartwell. A Nebula Award nominee. Peplow & Bravard A5. Octavo (21cm); sage green cloth, blocked and titled in red and gilt on spine; x,[4],5-124,[2]pp. Inscribed by the author to journalist David Streitfeld, during his tenure as book reporter at The Washington Post: "To David, from Samuel R. Delany / Washington '92." A few faint, tiny spots of soil to text edges, else Near Fine, without dustjacket, as issued.
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BANGKOK HAUNTS - SIGNED UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY

BANGKOK HAUNTS - SIGNED UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY

by Burdett, John

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2007. First Edition. New. First Printing. A Fine copy in plain orange wrappers. Burdett's third novel featuring Thai detective Sonchai Jitpleecheep; this copy has been signed by the author on the title page.
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BANGKOK HAUNTS - SIGNED

BANGKOK HAUNTS - SIGNED

by Burdett, John

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2007. First Edition. Third novel featuring Royal Thai Police detective Sonchai Jitpleecheep. Dustjacket designed by Chip Kidd. First Printing. Octavo (24cm); black and blue paper-covered boards, with titles stamped in silver on spine; dustjacket; 305, [5]pp. Signed by the author on the title page, dated 15 June, '07. Fine in a Fine, unclipped dustjacket.
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A BAR IN BROOKLYN: NOVELLAS & STORIES 1970-1978

A BAR IN BROOKLYN: NOVELLAS & STORIES 1970-1978

by Codrescu, Andrei

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Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1999. First Edition. First Printing, cloth issue, one of 300 copies. Octavo (23.5cm); pictorial paper-covered boards and grayish-green cloth backstrip, with title label mounted to spine; publisher's original acetate dustjacket; 237,[5]pp. Fine in a lightly rubbed, Near Fine dustjacket. A collection of 11 short stories by the Romanian-American author, written during the 1970s.
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THE BATTLE OF THE FROGS AND MICE - DELUXE ISSUE, 1/30 COPIES
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THE BATTLE OF THE FROGS AND MICE - DELUXE ISSUE, 1/30 COPIES

by MacVicar, Fiona (illustrations); Parnell, T. (translation)

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[Marlborough]: Libanus Press, 1988. Limited Edition. Deluxe Issue, one of 30 copies specially bound and numbered I-XXX, this being copy no.XIX. single accordion-folded sheet of mouldmade cotton rag paper (measuring 11" x 144"), bound into coral paper-covered boards and a russet morocco backstrip, with titles stamped in gilt on spine; text is letterpress printed in black, with continuous panoramic illustration (over 32 panels, in colors) by Fiona MacVicar. Housed in the publisher's russet clothbound clamshell case, titled in gilt on spine. Fine in a Fine case. A charming edition of the Batrachomyomachia, a parody of Homer's Iliad.
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THE BEAN EATERS - REVIEW COPY
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THE BEAN EATERS - REVIEW COPY

by Brooks, Gwendolyn

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New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1960. First Edition. An attractive copy of the Pulitzer Prize-winning author's third book of poetry, following A Street in Bronzeville (1945) and Annie Allen (1949). "In The Bean Eaters, Miss Brooks is celebrating again the Bronzeville people she knows - people who, in a world shot through with confusion and private terror, still go about the small business of life, harried by insurance collectors, finding in the clichés of every day the reasons for endurance and survival" (from rear flap). Uncommon in commerce. Blockson 4752. First Printing, a review copy, with the publisher's typed slip laid in. Octavo (19.5cm); red cloth, titled in silver on spine and front cover; dustjacket; [6],7-71,[1]pp. A half-dozen tiny foxed spots at right edge of textblock, else very Near Fine. Dustjacket is unclipped (priced $3.00), showing a hint of sunning to spine, light wear to spine ends and corners, and a few tiny tears; Near Fine.
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BEARINGS

BEARINGS

by Eshleman, Clayton

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Santa Barbara: Capricorn Press, 1971. First Edition. First Printing, hardcover issue, one of 100 copies. Octavo (23cm); pictorial paper-covered boards; [4],5-22,[6]pp. Gently spine-sunned, covers a little dust-soiled and faintly foxed, with some faint, scattered foxing to text edges and margins; Very Good+.
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THE BEAST GOD FORGOT TO INVENT

THE BEAST GOD FORGOT TO INVENT

by Harrison, Jim

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New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 2000. First Edition. First Printing. Octavo (23.5cm); black and brown paper-covered boards, with titles stamped in silver on spine; dustjacket; [xii],274pp. Fine in a Fine, unclipped dustjacket (priced $24.00). "In The Beast God Forgot to Invent, this American master gives us three novellas that sparkle with the generous humanity and seasoned wisdom of his vision" (from front flap). Orr & Torrey A36.b.
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BEAT GIRL

BEAT GIRL

by Golightly, Bonnie

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New York: Avon Publications, Inc, 1959. First Edition. Second novel by Golightly (1919-1998), ex-Greenwich Village bookstore owner, pulp fiction author, and amateur folk singer, who moved from Tennessee to live in the East Side of Manhattan. She claimed Truman Capote modeled his Breakfast at Tiffany's protagonist Holly Golightly on her, famously suing him, Random House, and Esquire Magazine in 1959. Capote denied the connection, claiming he never met Golightly, and she wound up losing the suit. A compelling work of fiction, and one of the earliest Beat Generation novels written by a woman, pre-dating Diane Di Prima's Memoirs of a Beatnik by a decade. OCLC notes 8 holdings (SUNY Buffalo, LC, U.Delaware, Emory, U.Louisville, UNC Chapel Hill, Ransom Center, U.Virginia). First Printing, a paperback original novel (Avon T-310). Octavo (16.25cm); illustrated wrappers; yellow edge-staining; 158,[2]pp. A few pinpoint rubbed spots to wrapper extremities, light wear to upper corners of a few preliminary pages,… Read More
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BEAT NOT THE BONES

BEAT NOT THE BONES

by Jay, Charlotte (pseud. of Geraldine Halls)

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New York: Harper & Brothers, 1953. First American Edition. A well-preserved copy of the Australian author's second novel, and winner of the inaugural Edgar Award for Best Novel in 1954. Described by Pronzini & Muller as a "hair-raising combination of mystery, psychological suspense, and natural (as opposed to supernatural) horror; that novel is set in Marapai, New Guinea, and tells the unconventional tale of Emma Warwick's search for the murderer of her anthropologist husband" (p.410). Hubin, p.218; Barzun & Taylor 1924. First Printing, with publisher's "A-C" code on copyright page. Octavo (21cm); variant bound in taupe cloth-covered boards and black cloth backstrip, with titles stamped in gilt on spine; dustjacket; [vi],250pp. Trivial wear to spine ends and lower corners, shallow production crease to upper edge of rear pastedown, else a clean, Near Fine copy. Dustjacket is price-clipped, with some light rubbing, a few faint creases, a small surface scratch to rear panel, and an unnecessary piece of… Read More
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BEATITUDE - NO.21

BEATITUDE - NO.21

by Ferlinghetti, Lawrence, Jack Hirschman, Bob Kaufman, and Jack Micheline, et al. (contributors)

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San Francisco: Beatitude, 1975. First Edition. Well-preserved 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 the Beatitude Editorial Manifesto I, along with contributions by Neeli Cherry, Jack Hirschman, Harold Norse, Bob Kaufman, Jack Micheline, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, A.D. Winans, and others. Quarto (28cm); mimeographed sheets (rectos), side-stapled, with illustrated cover by Ed Holden; [iv],32pp. Light wear and subtle toning to edges of cover leaf, touch of oxidation to staples, with a tiny tear on the terminal leaf; contents fresh; Very Good+.
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BEATITUDE - NO.22 (NOVEMBER, 1975)

BEATITUDE - NO.22 (NOVEMBER, 1975)

by Ferlinghetti, Lawrence, Michael McClure, Jack Micheline, Harold Norse, et al. (contributors)

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[San Francisco: Beatitude], 1975. First Edition. Well-preserved 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 Harold Norse, Neeli Cherkovski, Michael McClure, Jack Hirschman, Jack Micheline, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, A.D. Winans, Kristen Wetterhahn, and others. Quarto (28cm); mimeographed leaves (printed recto and verso), side-stapled into printed card covers; 40pp. Trivial wear to extremities, with a faint, tiny stain to lower rear cover; Near Fine.
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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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THE BEAUTIFUL AND DAMNED

THE BEAUTIFUL AND DAMNED

by Fitzgerald, F. Scott

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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1958. First Printing of this revised and altered edition (the seventh printing overall), with "AA-2.58" code on copyright page. Octavo (20.75cm); teal cloth, with titles stamped in gilt on spine; dustjacket; [vi],449,[1]pp. A single, faint adhesive shadow on front and rear endpaper, else Fine. Dustjacket is price-clipped, with some trivial external wear, and corresponding faint adhesive shadow on flaps; Near Fine. Sharp copy of Fitzgerald's second novel, part of the publisher's uniformly reissued series of his work beginning in the late 1950's, here incorporating some textual alterations. Bruccoli A8.1.g.
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THE BEAUTIFUL AND DAMNED

THE BEAUTIFUL AND DAMNED

by Fitzgerald, F. Scott

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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1922. First Edition. Fitzgerald's second novel, first serialized in Metropolitan Magazine (1921-22), set in the heyday of Jazz Age New York and centered around the hedonistic activities of a young artist and his flapper wife. Bruccoli A8.1.a. First Printing (without Scribner's logo on copyright page), one of 20,600 copies. Octavo (19.25cm); full hunter green cloth, with titles stamped in gilt on spine and in blind to front cover; [x],449,[1]pp. Previous owners ink name to front endpaper, spine ends gently nudged, light wear to extremities, with a few faint scuffs and rubbed spots to covers; gilt only slightly dulled, still bright and legible; Very Good+.
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BEFORE IT'S LIGHT: NEW POEMS

BEFORE IT'S LIGHT: NEW POEMS

by Lifshin, Lyn

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Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1999. First Edition. First Printing, cloth issue, one of 200 copies. Octavo (23.5cm); pictorial paper-covered boards and purple cloth backstrip, with title label mounted to spine; publisher's original acetate dustjacket; 239,[5]pp. Fine in a lightly rubbed, Near Fine dustjacket. A collection of autobiographical poems.
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BEFORE THE GOLDEN AGE: A SCIENCE FICTION ANTHOLOGY OF THE 1930s - PUBLISHER'S LONG GALLEYS

BEFORE THE GOLDEN AGE: A SCIENCE FICTION ANTHOLOGY OF THE 1930s - PUBLISHER'S LONG GALLEYS

by Asimov, Isaac (editor); Campbell, Jr., John W., John D. Clark, Edmond Hamilton, Murray Leinster, and Clifford Simak, et al. (contributors)

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New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc, 1974. First Edition. Lengthy anthology of short fiction from the golden age of science fiction (1920-1938), edited by Isaac Asimov. Contributors include Asimov, Edmond Hamilton, Neil R. Jones, S.P. Meek, P. Schuyler Miller, Clifford Simak, Charles Tanner, Jack Williamson, Laurence Manning, Donald Wandrei, Murray Leinster, Raymond Gallun, Stanley Weinbaum, Henry Hasse, John W. Campbell, Jr., John D. Clark, and others. Uncommon in this state. Publisher's unbound long galley sheets (15.25cm x 60.75cm), folded in half, with publisher's typed label mounted to cover leaf; 376 leaves. Light wear to extremities, a few terminal leaves with short tears and attendant creases; title leaf creased, torn nealy in half, with numerous edge tears and some rubber-cement residue surrounding the publisher's label; Very Good+.
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