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    ABRAHAMS, William.
    $125.00
    Woodside: Occasional Works (1977). First edition. [8 pp]. Spine tanned, else near fine in sewn wrappers. One of 25 copies. Poems that originally appeared in Poetry Magazine in May 1948. An early item from the Press
  • BELL, Julian.
    $35.00
    Woodside: Occasional Works, 1987. First edition. 21 pp. Fine in printed wrappers. One of 200 numbered copies on Rives Heavy paper. Hand set in Monotype Bembo, printed letterpress. Introduction by Peter Stansky and William Abrahams. Eight poems. Julian Bell, son of Vanessa Bell, and the only Bloomsbury poet, was killed while driving an ambulance in the Spanish Civil War.
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    BOWERS, Edgar.
    $25.00
    Woodside: Occasional Works, 1989. First edition. 25 pp. Fine in hand-sewn printed wrappers. One of 125 copies on Frankfort White paper SIGNED by Bowers.
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    CAVAFY, C.P.
    $600.00
    Woodside: Occasional Works, 1991. First edition. 22 pp. Fine in half leather and cloth over boards in fine publisher's slipcase. One of 65 numbered copies on Arches Velin SIGNED by William Brice who illustrated these 11 Cavafy poems with four original etchings. Translations by Alan Boegehold. Fine. Prospectus available upon request.
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    GUNN, Thom & Eileen Hogan.
    $35.00
    Menlo Park: Occasional Works (1999). First trade edition. Gunn's poem “Back to Life” bound with oil sketches by Eileen Hogan. Hand-set type, printed by letterpress on acid-free Mohawk. Six color plates printed by offset lithography directly onto five accordion-fold Royal Impressions panels. Hand-bound in paper covered boards with printed paper labels. All elements fine. One of 220 numbered copies. At publication price:
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    GUNN, Thom & Eileen Hogan.
    $125.00
    Menlo Park: Occasional Works (1999). First edition, numbered & signed issue. Gunn's poem “Back to Life” bound with oil sketches by Eileen Hogan. Hand-set type, sixteen pages printed by letterpress on mould-made Somerset. Eight color plates tipped onto seven accordion-panels. Hand-bound in cloth over boards. Insert, “Notes” by Gunn and Hogan laid in. One of 80 numbered copies SIGNED by Gunn and Hogan. New, at published price:
  • GUNN, Thom.
    $25.00
    Menlo Park: Occasional Works, 2000. First edition. 33 pp. Fine in wrappers and photo-illustrated dust jacket. Reproductions of three photos by Leo Holub- two on the covers and one tipped in. One of 100 numbered copies on Arches text. Seventeen San Francisco “neighbourhood” poems, here presented as a group for the first time. At publication price:
  • HILL, Rosemary.
    $20.00
    Menlo Park: Occasional Works, 2002. First edition. 22 pp. Fine in wrappers with printed label. Illustrated. One of 100 copies on Velin Arches paper, printed letterpress. Number 2 in the Occasional Works “Of Interest” series. First separate appearance of this essay, printed originally in The London Review of Books. At publication price:
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    STEWART, Lawrence D.
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    Woodside: Occasional Works, 1984. First edition. [12 pp]. Fine in sewn wrappers. One of 200 copies printed for Marjorie G. Stern for the joint 1984 Roxburghe-Zamorano clubs meeting in San Francisco. Designed and printed letterpress by Ann Rosener.
  • [BLOOMSBURY]. Stansky, Peter.
    $30.00
    Menlo Park: Occasional Works, 2004. First edition. 28 pp. Fine in wrappers with printed cover label. Printed letterpress from polymer plates by Eric Holub, hand-bound at the Foolscap Press. One of 100 copies. An essay on Leonard Woolf, Julia Margaret Cameron, and Ceylon, instigated by Stansky’s own travel. ‘Of Interest’ Chapbook IV. At publication price:
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    [LEWIS, Janet]. Carnochan, Brigitte.
    $20.00
    Menlo Park: Occasional Works, 2001. First edition. [24 pp]. Fine in printed wrappers with printed cover label. One of 100 copies on Arches paper, hand-bound at the Foolscap Press. Illustrated with five photographs. Janet Lewis remembers her long life with Yvor Winters. An essay based on 75 hours of taped conversation.
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    [POETRY ANTHOLOGY]. Rosener, Ann. ed.
    $80.00
    Menlo Park: Occasional Works, 1998. First edition. 71 pp. Fine in paper-covered boards with printed paper spine label. One of 80 numbered copies on Arches. Doty, Auden, Gunn, Wright, Grennan, Boland, Adcock, Niedecker, Swenson, Loy, O’Hara, and many others.
  • [POETRY ANTHOLOGY]. Rosener, Ann. ed.
    $60.00
    Woodside: Occasional Works, 1995. First edition. 54 pp. Fine in printed paper-covered boards and printed spine label. One of 100 numbered copies on Rives paper. Poems on Sunday by Gioia, Young, Bishop, Auden, Riding, Stevens, Larkin, Berryman, Eliot, Bowers, Clampitt, Levertov, Walcott, Snyder, Rich, Olds, Graves and many others. A wonderful collection, both in form and content. Original prospectus accompanies.