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    ADDISS, Stephen.
    $35.00
    Boston & London: Shambhala, 2012. First edition. 338 pp w/index. Faint splash mark to fore-edge, else very near fine in like dust jacket.
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    AUSTER, Paul. ed.
    $50.00
    NY: Vintage/Random House (1984). Later trade paperback printing. 635 pp w/indexes. Fine in wrappers. SIGNED by Auster on the title page.
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    BLY, Robert. ed.
    $60.00
    Boston: Beacon (1970). First edition. 105 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket.
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    BLY, Robert. ed.
    $45.00
    Boston: Beacon (1970). First edition. 105 pp. Fine in near fine dust jacket with the price on the front flap inked-out. Poems by Creeley, Stafford, Pound, Crane, Neruda, Jefffers, Rexroth, Ginsberg, and many others.
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    BROOKS, David. ed.
    $17.50
    Toronto: Dreadnought (1980). First edition. Unpaginated. Near fine in printed wrappers. Brief foreword to the collection by Mark Strand. Poems by Malouf and Murray among many others.
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    BUCKLEY, Christoper with Gary Young.
    $25.00
    Santa Cruz: Greenhouse Review Press/Alcatraz Editions (2008). First edition. xxv + 421 pp. Very near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.
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    CAMP, James with X.J. Kennedy and Keith Waldrop.
    $15.00
    Providence: Burning Deck (nd). First printing of this edition. xvi + 238 pp w/index. Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. Edited, with notes and introductory dialogue by Camp, Kennedy, and Waldrop.
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    COLBY, Todd; Gildzen, Alex; Moore, Thurston; Wascovich, Matthew.
    $20.00
    Cleveland: Slow Toe Publications (2003). 1st edition. 122 pp. Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. INSCRIBED by Wascovich to poet Douglas Blazek.
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    CONQUEST, Robert. ed.
    $75.00
    London: Macmillan, 1956. First edition. xviii + 91 pp w/bibliography. Light foxing to front endpapers, else near fine in near fine price-clipped dust jacket with wrinkles to crown and one small chip. Poems by Kingsley Amis, Robert Conquest, Donald Davie, D.J. Enright, Thom Gunn, John Holloway, Elizabeth Jennings, Philip Larkin, and John Wain with Conquest’s introduction.
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    CROSSON, Robert with John Thomas and Paul Vangelisti.
    $20.00
    San Francisco & Los Angeles: Red Hill Press (1983). First edition. 96 pp. Near fine in printed wrappers. Invisible City 3.
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    CUELHO, Art. et al, eds.
    $20.00
    Riverdale: Seven Buffaloes Press (1975). First edition. 64 pp. Some sunning to spine, else near fine in illustrated wrappers. Issued as 'Black Jack #4/A Collection of Western Writing.' Contains work by Cuelho, Patricia Elliott, John Moore, and Jack Steels, among others. INSCRIBED on the title page by the author who supplied the back cover blurb, David Kherdian: '2 _____/another book for/the file./David J. Kherdian/Near Concord-23 May 76.'
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    DACEY, Philip, and David Jauss.
    $35.00
    NY: Harper & Row (1986). First edition. xix + 492 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. Foreword by Richard Wilbur.
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    DACEY, Philip, and David Jauss.
    $45.00
    NY: Harper & Row (1986). First edition. xix + 492 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. Foreword by Richard Wilbur. Review slip laid in.
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    DANA, Robert with Debora Greger and George O’Connell.
    $85.00
    Lisbon: Penumbra (1977). First edition. [18 pp]. Diagonal bend across the lower portion, else near fine in sewn wrappers and integral dust jacket. One of 125 numbered copies on Nideggen paper of which 65 were for public sale. A poem each from Robert Dana, Debora Greger, and George O'Connell, with a paper collage made from offcuts opposite the title page.
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    DUNCAN, Harry; Noss, Murray; Swenson, May.
    $35.00
    NY: Scribner’s Sons, 1954. First edition. 179 pp. Fine in near fine dust jacket with wear to crown of spine. Presents POEMS AND TRANSLATIONS by Duncan, SAMURAI AND SERPENT POEMS by Noss, and ANOTHER ANIMAL by Swenson.
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    EBERHART, Richard. ed.
    $45.00
    Hanover: Dartmouth Publications, 1970. First edition. 87 pp. Near fine in wrappers with integral illustrated dust jacket. Eberhart provides a preface and an essay, “War Poetry.”
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    ESHLEMAN, Clayton. ed.
    $25.00
    NY: Paragon House (1988). First edition. 230 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. English translations by Eshleman with Annette Smith and Frantisek Galan.
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    ESHLEMAN, Clayton. trans. & ed.
    $30.00
    NY: Paragon House (1988). First edition. 230 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket that is slightly misfolded. Dated (1993) and SIGNED by Eshleman.
  • FINLAY, Alec. ed.
    $35.00
    Edinburgh: Morning Star, 2002. First edition. [28 pp]. Fine in illustrated wrappers. A continuation of the Irish project, new translators and others engage with Paul Celan’s poem: Guy Moreton, David Antin, Richard Barrett, Claudia e Kraszkiewicz, Ken Cockburn, Gabriel Rosenstock, Robert Kelly, Tim Robinson, and Zoë Irvine. cd present inside rear cover.
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    FORD, Samuel E. ed.
    $15.00
    Alameda: Alameda Poets (1976). First edition. 90 pp w/indexes. Fine in printed wrappers. Inscribed on the title page by a contributor.
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    GARNETT, Edlon. ed.
    $25.00
    Erin: Press Porcepic (1974). First trade paperback printing. 188 pp. Near fine in printed wrappers. Work by UU, Rosenblatt, Nichol, Marlatt, Gilbert, Gadd, Dawson, Davey, Cull, Copithorne, Coleman, bissett, and Nelson Ball.
  • GIOIA, Dana. ed.
    $150.00
    West Chester: Aralia Press, 1994. First edition. 40 pp. Fine in paper-covered boards with cloth spine and printed label. No dust jacket, as issued. One of 180 (of 210) copies on dampened Johannot paper. Poems by Dick Allen, R.L. Barth, Bruce Bawer, Jack Butler, Tom Disch, Frederick Feirstein, Gioia, Melissa Green, Emily Grosholz, R.S. Gwynn, Rachel Hadas, Paul Lake, Brad Leithauser, Charles Martin, Molly Peacock, Wyatt Prunty, Vikram Seth, Robert B. Shaw, Timothy Steele, Michael B. Stillman, and Frederick Turner.
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    GIOVANNI, Nikki.
    $20.00
    NY: Henry Holt (1996). First edition. xii + 186 pp w/indexes. Fine in very near fine dust jacket.
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    GOTTESMAN, Leslie with Hilton Obenzinger and Alan Senauke.
    $20.00
    San Francisco: 7 Freds Press (1971). First edition. [28 pp]. Near fine in illustrated wrappers.
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    GROSSMAN, Edith. ed.
    $20.00
    NY: Norton (2006). First edition. xxxii + 199 pp. Fine in very near fine dust jacket. Original Spanish poems with facing English translations by Grossman. Introduction by Billy Collins.
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    HALL, Rodney, ed.
    $25.00
    Sydney: William Collins Pty Ltd. (1981). Second printing. 458 pp. Previous owner’s signature to half-title page, else very near fine in like dust jacket. A far-ranging historical/chronological anthology of Australian verse, including everything from the aboriginal songs of the Wonguri-Mandjigai people to 18th c. colonial poets to ‘New Australian’ poets John Tranter and Jennifer Maiden. Edited and with an introduction by Rodney Hall. An excellent introduction--though still a fairly white one--to the history of Australian poetry.
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    HASS, Robert. ed.
    $75.00
    Hopewell: Ecco Press (1994). First edition. xvi + 329 pp. Fine in very near fine dust jacket. Hass provides an introduction to his verse translations. INSCRIBED by Hass on the title page, “For David - / this book gave me / great pleasure. / Hope you find / things to like / in it. / With friendship / Bob Hass.” Promotional flyer laid in.
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    HEAD, Thomas and Paul Foreman. eds.
    $20.00
    Berkeley: Thorp Springs Press (1972). First edition. 79 pp. Very good plus in printed wrappers. Appearances by Josephine Miles, N. Scott Momaday, Leonard Nathan, Floyd Salas, and others.
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    HOLTON, Milne & Kuhner, Herbert. eds.
    $25.00
    NY: Schocken (1985). First edition. 274 pp. Near fine in near fine dust jacket with wear at flap folds and crown of spine. Original German poems with facing English translations by the editors.
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    HOPE, Francis. ed.
    $45.00
    London: Poetry Book Society, 1965. First edition. Fine in stapled wrappers. Poems by Fleur Adcock, Martin Bell, Gavin Ewart, Seamus Heaney, Suzanne Knowles, Douglas Livingstone, Peter Porter, Stevie Smith, and Ted Walker. Issued for members at Christmas.
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    KEELY, Edmund and Philip Sherrard. eds.
    $20.00
    Princeton: Princeton University Press (1981). First trade paperback printing. x + 203 pp w/notes & index. Near fine in glossy printed wrappers. All poems translated from the original Greek by Keeley and Sherrard, with their introduction.
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    KELDER, Cralan and Mark Terrill. eds.
    $35.00
    Amsterdam & Hamburg: (np) (2010). First edition. 80 pp. Fine in wrappers and near fine dust jacket with two small droplet marks to front cover. One of 250 numbered copies. Thomas A. Clark, Cid Corman, Simon Cutts, F.A. Nettlebeck, Ron Padgett, and many others contribute. Laid into this copy is a note of presentation to contributor Joanne Kyger by Kelder.