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    FOWLER, Gene.
    $30.00
    San Francisco: Second Coming (1975). First edition. 33 pp. Fine in stapled wrappers. Poems. “... Fowler spent five years in San Quentin prison in the late 1950’s.... he does not want to nor should he be identified as a prison poet.” - from the foreword by A.D. Winans. The title poem only of this collection focuses on the prison experience.
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    FULTON, Len. ed.
    $20.00
    Paradise: Dust Books (1971). Vol 4, No. 4. Unpaginated. Fine in stapled wrappers. Poems by 10 inmates of Folsom state prison. Also includes a section of Canadian poetry, with work by bissett, lachance, Armeaus and uu.
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    GRAMSCI, Antonio.
    $35.00
    NY: Columbia University Press (2011). First US trade paperback printing. xxi + 374 pp. Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. Edited by Frank Rosenthal, translated by Raymond Rosenthal.
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    GRIFFITHS, Bill.
    $15.00
    Sheffield: West House Books, 2002. First edition. 64 pp. Fine in illustrated wrappers; a trade paperback original. "This sequence is based on a visit to a prisoner in HMP Durham. The hapless visitor is required to deposit all possessions including money in a locker at the Visitors Centre...'
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    HOGAN, Michael.
    $25.00
    Tempe: Emerald City Press (1975). First edition. [24 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. Poems with cover art by Abe Hinojos. Printed endorsements by Joseph Bruchac and Richard Shelton.
  • HUBBARD, Steve.
    $15.00
    Santa Barbara: Christpher’s Books, 1972. First edition. 16mo. 24 pp. Very near fine in printed wrappers. One of 650 copies. Poems “Written while in the custody of the state of California, 1971-2.”
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    JAFFE, Maggie.
    $15.00
    Mena: Cedar Hill, 2001. First edition. 89 pp. Near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. Promotional flyer laid in. Poems on prison by Jaffe, illustrated by current inmates.
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    MILLER, Henry.
    $20.00
    NY: One Nine Two Seven Press/Stroker (1978). First edition. 20 pp. Very near fine in stapled wrappers. Text and illustrations by Miller, “Inspired by the writings and art work of Tommy Trantino, a Prisoner in Trenton State Prison, New Jersey.” Presents also “The Lore of the Lamb” by Trantino. Shifreen & Jackson A216a.
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    MILLER, Henry.
    $25.00
    NY: One Nine Two Seven Press/Stroker (1978). First edition. 20 pp. Fine in stapled wrappers. Text and illustrations by Miller, “Inspired by the writings and art work of Tommy Trantino, a Prisoner in Trenton State Prison, New Jersey.” Presents also “The Lore of the Lamb” by Trantino. Dated (3.18.92) and SIGNED by Stettner on the front free endpaper. Shifreen & Jackson A216a.
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    RAINSBERGER, Jack.
    $20.00
    San Francisco: Unity Press [1969]. Second edition. [48 pp]. Near fine in printed wrappers. Poems with an unsigned introduction and a letter from Rainsberger to the Governor and State Legislature of Nevada.
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    ROBINS, Carl.
    $35.00
    Torrance: Hors Commerce Press (1965). First edition, later issue. [24 pp]. Fine in printed wrappers. Robins was in the Texas State Introduction by William Wantling. Penitentiary at the time of publication. This issues includes a statement by James D. Callahan correcting an impression that may have been conveyed by Wantling’s introduction. Accompanying this copy is a reproduction from an article from the Houston Post about the poet, issued by the Press.
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    TANNENBAUM, Judith. ed.
    $75.00
    San Quentin: Literary and Poetry Workshops of San Quentin Prison (1986). First edition. [48 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. Poems and drawings by Carl Berg, Elmo Chattman, Quenten Van Creaser, Robert Day, Glenn Hill, Spoon Jackson, Smokey Norvell, Coties Perry, Floyd Salas, Judith Tannenbaum, and Jay Taylor. Cover art is an original print of a pair of sneakers by artist/facilitator Jim Carlson, one of 300 numbered and signed copies.
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    VALLEY, Jr., R.J.
    $25.00
    Sacramento: Grande Ronde Press (1968). First edition. 5 pp. Very good plus in stapled wrappers. “Written on a wall at the Oakland City Jail” after an arrest at the Oakland Induction Center and conviction after being “charged with among other things disturbing the peace” and pleading no contest.