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    London: Freedom Press (1961). December. [32 pp]. Very good plus in illustrated wrappers.
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    London: Freedom Press (1965). Volume 5, Number 11 (November). [32 pp]. Faint library stamp to front cover, else very good plus in illustrated wrappers.
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    Ventura: Art/life Limited Editions (1981-2001). Volume 21, Number 11. Unpaginated. Fine in snap-bound wrappers. 21st anniversary issue. "The Original Limited Edition Monthly."
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    San Francisco: Galley Sail Publications, 1958. Volume 1, Number 1 (Winter). 20 pp. Fine in stapled wrappers. The first issue of this long-running publication, printing poems by Helen Adam, James Broughton, Thom Gunn, James Schevill, and others.
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    Milwaukee: Morgan Press (1969). First edition. [12 pp]. Touch of foxing to fore-edge, else near fine in stapled wrappers.
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    Chicago: Poetry, 1949. NF in illustrated wraps as issued. First Edition. Contains work by Randall Jarrell and Reuel Denney among others.
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    Northfield: Carlton College, 1961. NF in wraps as issued. First Edition. Contributions by Richard Wilbur, Langston Hughes, Hayden Carruth and others.
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    Brooklyn: Ugly Duckling Presse (2007). [56 pp]. Fine in printed wrappers. Contributions by Evan Willner, Lynn Xu, Ann Lauterbach, Matthew Gavin, George Kalamaras, and Matthew Rohrer.
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    Cottage Grove: Velvet Light Trap (1976). 56 pp. Near fine in stapled wrappers. "Sex and Violence" issue, featuring an interview with Erica Gavin and Kenneth Moskowitz on A Clockwork Orange.
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    NY: Village Voice (1981-1996). 1, 6, 7, 66, 72, 73, 77, 79, 82-89, 91-94, 96, 101, 105-109, 111-118, 120-131, 133-137, 141, 144-147. Fifty-seven issues, all near fine or better. For the lot:
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    ABBOTT, Steve. ed.
    $45.00
    San Francisco (1980). 4to. 108 pp. Very near fine in illustrated wrappers. Gunn, Di Prima, Palmer, Duncan, Jess, S. Clay Wilson, Gluck, Cooper, Cohen, Kerouac, and many others appear.
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    ABBOTT, Ward and Bryant Cashion. eds.
    $75.00
    Albuquerque: The Desert Review Press, 1964. Spring. 4to. 22 pp. Tiny tear to bottom edge of front cover, else very near fine in illustrated wrappers. Addressed to Marvin Malone of the Wormwood Review on the rear cover. Contributions by Ginsberg, Olson, Creeley, Levertov, Whalen, Crews, and more.
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    ABERNATHY, Milton A. and A.J. Buttitta. eds.
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    Chapel Hill: Contempo, 1932. January. Folio. 4pp. Newsprint tabloid. Very good plus with splits starting to edges of old folds.. Features Ezra Pound’s essay, “The Depression Has Just Begun.”
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    AHERN, Tom. ed.
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    Providence: Diana’s Bimonthly (nd). [48 pp]. Very near fine in stapled wrappers with pasted-on cover image. Contributions by Rochelle Owens, Christopher Middleton, George Tysh, and several others.
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    AHO, Edward. ed.
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    Vancouver: Alama Mater Society of the University of British Columbia (1960). January. 4to. 16 pp w/11 broadsides housed in a pocket at the rear. Light toning to covers, else all elements fine. Contributions by Bowering, Bromige, Gadd, and many others.
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    ALBERT, Dan. ed.
    $75.00
    NY: Grassroots Publications, 1967. August. Folio. 8 pp. Newsprint tabloid, near fine with some smudges to front cover. Features “Andy Warhol - Underground Confidential.” Two headlines make it all worthwhile, “Nico Hauls Off and Wallops Bronx Hippie” and “Malanga and Ondine Battle on Set.”
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    ALDOMORESCHI, Adriano. et al, eds.
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    Milan: il canguro, 1968. November-December. Folio. [12 pp]. Light wear along horizontal fold, else near fine in wrappers. Aragon, Seifert, Bosquet, Guillen, and more in Italian translation. TLS by by Olga Karasso presenting this copy for review, as well as a copy of BUDD II, No. 1, a supplement to il canguro.
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    ALLAN. et al.
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    Middletown: The Central Sun, 1972. Winter. Folio. 31 pp. Newsprint tabloid. Near fine with a few light stains to internal pages. Trippy art, recipes (chunky soy spread, anyone?), new age poetry, new age commune floor plan, etc.
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    ALLEN, Frank.
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    Harrisburg: Cumberland Journal (1981). Cumberland Journal #14. 38 pp. Very near fine in stapled wrappers. Entire issue devoted to this essay by Allen.
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    ALMQUIST, Norma. ed.
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    Los Angeles: Echo Press, 1966. 67 pp. Near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. Contributions by Jack Matthews, Diane Wakoski, and George Bowering. SIGNED by contributor Robert Peters on the front cover and at his poem about Allen Ginsberg, “The Tower-Toppler,” with the addition, “I’m not sure of my tone here - or whether the poem works! I’m not + never was his “Buddha-brother.” Accompanying this copy is a typed, signed, and rubber-stamped postcard from Peters.
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    ALONSO, Augustin Garcia. ed.
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    León: Ediciones El Paisaje (1991). 51 pp. Very near fine in stapled wrappers.
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    ALONSO, Augustin Garcia. ed.
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    León: Ediciones El Paisaje (1996). 44 pp. Fine in stapled wrappers.
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    AMES, Terrence. ed.
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    Fremont: The Fault, 1973. April. 61 pp. Fine in illustrated wrappers. Harley Elliott, Lyn Lifshin, Peter Finch (editor of Second Aeon) and the Earthworks Press co-op contribute.
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    AMES, Terrence. ed.
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    Fremont: The Fault [1973]. 40 pp. Fine in stapled wrappers. Fiction, poetry, drama, music, and art.
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    AMUSSEN, Bob and Gerry Gilbert. eds.
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    Vancouver: The British Columbia Monthly, 1972. Volume One, Number One. 79 pp. Very near fine in illustrated wrappers. Contributions by Warren Tallman, Phyllis Webb, Gilbert, Michael Goldberg, feature on the Image Bank Postcard Show.
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    ARTAUD, Antonin.
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    Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow, 1976. First edition. [20 pp]. Very near fine in stapled wrappers. English translation by Clayton Eshleman and Norman Glass. Text printed in two colors, with a reproduction of an Artaud self-portrait drawn in 1946. Sparrow 47. Morrow & Cooney 242.
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    ARTAUD, Antonin.
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    Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow, 1976. First edition. [20 pp]. Pages unopened, else near fine in stapled wrappers. English translation by Clayton Eshleman and Norman Glass. Text printed in two colors, with a reproduction of an Artaud self-portrait drawn in 1946. SIGNED by Eshleman on the front cover. Sparrow 47. Morrow & Cooney 242.
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    ARTAUD, Antonin.
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    Los Angeles: Black Sparrow, 1974. First edition. [14 pp]. Two corners lightly bent, else very good plus in printed wrappers with some light toning. Clayton Eshleman translates this 28 February 1947 letter from Artaud to Breton, composed just before the Duchamp-Breton curated 1947 International Surrealist Exhibition. Sparrow 23. Morrow & Cooney 183.
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    ARTAUD, Antonin.
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    Los Angeles: Black Sparrow, 1975. First edition. [20 pp]. Near fine in stapled wrappers. Translated from the original French by Clayton Eshleman and Norman Glass. Sparrow 34. Morrow & Cooney 213.
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    ASHBERY, John. et al, eds.
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    Lans-en-Vercors: Locus Solus Press (1961). 167 pp. Droplet marks to front panel, foxing to page edges, some soiling to rear panel. In all, very good plus in printed wrappers. Ashbery, Kenneth Koch, Harry Mathews, and James Schuyler edited this beaut. Contributions by Koch, Barbara Guest, Schuyler, Ebbe Borregaard, Ashbery, Mathews, Frank O’Hara (10 poems), Denby, Robin Blaser, and others.
  • ASHBERY, John. et al, eds.
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    Lans-en-Vercors, 1961. 294 pp. Very good plus in printed wrappers. LeRoi Jones, Larry Rivers, Robin Blaser, Frank O’Hara, Robert Lax, Joseph Ceravolo, Gerard Malanga, James Merrill, and many more included here.
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    ATHANS, Philip. ed.
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    Hanover Park: Philip Athans, 1987. Summer. 4to. 33 pp. Rear cover toned, else near fine in stapled wrappers. Miekal And, Roque Dalton, and Jello Biafra (3 poems!) contribute. Promotional flyer accompanies.