New York: Hardware Poets Occassional, 1964. First edition. Stapled wrappers. 31 pp. The scarce, third issue of this newsletter, supporting the activities surrounding the Hardware Poets Theatre, run by Jerry Bloedow. Very good with an announcement about the theatre moving locations. Contributions by Ruth Krauss, Diane Wakoski, Ted Enslin, Jerry...
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Oakland: Inkworks, 1975. Octavo. 48pp. Owner's name on first leaf. Minor staining on front cover, else very good. This fascimilie edition was printed in order to be distributed for International Women's Day, March 8th, 1975.
San Francisco: Oannes - Open Space, 1965. First edition. Wrappers with applied dustwrapper. Some light soiling and a small ink mark on the front wrap with bumping to top and bottom edges, else very good. One of 250 copies.
Green River VT: Longhouse, 1984. First edition. Not paginated. 9.0" x 7.25'. Very good with light blue cover wraps and string-tied binding. Minor sunning to foredges. Top corners bumped. One of 25 copies.
DC: Truly Needy Productions, 1985. First edition. 7-1/2 x 10-1/2Ø 80 pages. Side-stapled newsprint. Very good with light edgewear, stapled holes.
Columbia, Missouri: Stephens College, 1972. Very good in stapled wraps. 64pp. Tanning at spine.
Columbia, Missouri: Stephens College, 1973. Very good in stapled wraps. 62pp. Tanning at spine and top right corner.
New York: Poetry Project at St. Mark›s, n.d. First edition poster, 8.5 x 11 inches, printed in black and white on recto only. Illustrated with a picture of sprawling nudes. Poster for a reading by Berrigan and Gallup at St. Mark›s Church on March 28th. Minor tanning to outer edges.....
Berkeley: Berkeley Poets' Cooperative, 1971. 53pp. 7 x 8 1/4" Side-stapled with tan covers. Minor water damage along spine of back cover.
New York: Vagrom Chap Book Number Five, The Sparrow Magazine, 1958. Printed at the Press of Villiers Publications in London. 12mo - over 6µ - 7µ" tall. 47pp. Very good condition with light tanning to spine and navy/brown lettering. Mild soiling to front cover and an erased outline of study...
West Lafayette, IN,: The Sparrow Magazine, 1963. Vagrom Chap Books No. 8. Paperback. First Edition. Softbound. Octavo. 43pp. Stapled yellow printed paper wrappers. Very Good with edge-tanned and rubbing to wrappers. Inscribed by author: to Jim w/ all best/Fred.
New York: Columbia University, 1991. Near fine. 153 pp. Featured inside: Czechoslovakian Writers After the Revolution.
Mount Vernon, NY: The Peter Pauper Press, 1962. 62 pp. Small 8vo. Stain and minor soiling to front cover, else very good. Illustrations.
London: Fulcrum,(1970).. First edition. 96 pp. Near fine in full cloth with acetate dust jacket with a small wrinkle to top edge of dust jacket. Errata slip laid in.
New York: The American Theatre for Poets, Inc., 1960. First edition. Side-stapled with plain printed wrappers. Rectos only. 8.5 x 11" 23 pp. Very good.
NY: Bookman Press, 1998. 8vo. Five leaves. Illustration by Andr Girard. Marbled wraps. Fine. Illustrated by Andre Girard. One of 200 copies printed by Jerry Kelly in Trump types on Zerkall paper.
Rutgers: Partisan Review, Inc., 1973. First edition. Softcover. 6 x 9" 158pp. Mild sunning to spine. Stories by Doris Lessing, Susan Sontang, Harold Rosenberg and many more.
Juniper Press, La Crosse, WI, 1978. First Edition. 36 unnumbered pages. - Limited to 300 soft copies. - Inscribed by Pollak in ink, dated December, 1977 (thus before the official date of publication)/For Jim & Gloria, with affection/& old friendship. Errata tipped in on verso of title; fine in orig...
np: 1982. First edition. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2" 14pp. Different colored pages with drawings, side-stapled blue covers. Sunning to spine and top edge. Long inscription on back cover. Signed, "from a nice American guy-Art"
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.Ø Very good with some spotting to the original printed, stapled wrappers. 10Ø x 7Ø Minor wear to foredge and tip.
New York: Columbia University/Jedi Printing Corp, 1995. Very good with crease to spine. 179 + iv. In this issue, contributions by: Jennifer Eagan, Russel Banks, Julian Barnes, David Marshall Chan, Rick Moody, Antonya Nelson, Katherine Swiggart, Leszer Szaruga. Maureen Seaton, Cheryl Derby, Jane Miller, Donald Revell, David Herrstrom, Rita Dove...
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...
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.
Garden City: Doubleday, 1968. First Edition. Octavo, cloth boards; dustjacket; 96pp. Presentation copy from Wakoski to Jackson Mac Low, inscribed on front endpaper with small drawing of a flower: "For Jackson & Iris - whom I admire & love more than I am able to express," dated 1968. With additional...
[Durham, CT]: Burning Deck, 1967. 8vo. Signed by author. First edition. Wraps. Mild rubbing, slight wear at edges. Near fine. One of one hundred numbered copies, this is number 47.