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    CORNER, Philip.
    $20.00
    NY: Something Else Press, 1967. First edition. [14 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. A Great Bear Pamphlet.
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    GIORNO, John.
    $125.00
    Barton: Something Else Press, 1973. First edition. [192 pp]. Light foxing to top edge, else near fine in very good plus dust jacket with a short tear to lower portion of front flap, and a few extending wrinkles. Cover photograph by Les Levine, book design by Dick Higgins.
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    GUTMAN, Walter.
    $25.00
    NY: Something Else Press (1969). First edition. 4to. xi + 142 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. Introduction by Michael Benedikt. Full jacket flap text by Emmett Williams. Gutman’s original stock-market tip sheets, unique in his using the forum to write about film, art, literature, women, and much else. Illustrated with b&w photographs.
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    HENDRICKS, Geoff.
    $450.00
    West Glover: Something Else Press, 1973. First edition, numbered & signed issue. 16mo. 79 pp. Fine in full red cloth with pasted-on cover label. Fine clear unprinted acetate dust jacket. Front panel photograph of Hendricks by Fred W. McDarrah. Beautifully printed in two colors. One of 100 numbered copies SIGNED by Hendricks with a drawing of a cloud.
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    HENDRICKS, Geoff.
    $350.00
    West Glover: Something Else Press, 1973. First edition, numbered & signed issue. 16mo. 79 pp. Pale foxing to first and last leaves, and page edges, else near fine in full red cloth with pasted-on cover label. Near fine clear unprinted acetate dust jacket. Front panel photograph of Hendricks by Fred W. McDarrah. Beautifully printed in two colors. One of 100 numbered copies SIGNED by Hendricks with a drawing of a cloud.
  • HIGGINS, Dick and Emmett Williams, eds.
    $35.00
    NY: Something Else Press (1966). First edition. 31 pp. Near fine in stapled wrappers with light sunning along spine. Brief works by John Giorno, Dick Higgins, Jerome Rothenberg, W.E.B. DuBois Clubs, Ay-O, and others. 2000 copies printed. Ten titles listed on the rear cover. Great Bear Pamphlet #8.
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    HIGGINS, Dick and Emmett Williams, eds.
    $20.00
    NY: Something Else Press (1966). First edition, second printing. 31 pp. Light sunning to spine, else near fine in stapled wrappers. Brief works by John Giorno, Dick Higgins, Jerome Rothenberg, W.E.B. DuBois Clubs, Ay-O and others. 2000 copies printed. Great Bear Pamphlet #8. Peter Frank in his bibliography of the press states that a second printing is unverified, but this example lists twenty titles on the rear cover rather than just the first ten, leading to reason that this IS a second printing, when the series was further along.
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    HIGGINS, Dick.
    $15.00
    NY: Something Else Press (1965). Third printing (full series printed on rear cover). 16 pp. Near fine in stapled wrappers. One of 500 copies. Great Bear Pamphlet 2.
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    HIGGINS, Dick.
    $35.00
    NY: Great Bear / Something Else Press (1965). First edition. 14 pp. Sunning along spine, else very good plus in stapled wrappers. Great Bear Pamphlet #2. Instruction sheet accompanies.
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    HIGGINS, Dick.
    $30.00
    Barton: Something Else Press, 1972. First edition. 239 pp. Fine in very near fine dust jacket.
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    HIGGINS, Dick.
    $20.00
    Barton: Something Else Press, 1972. First edition. 239 pp. Near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.
  • KATZ, Leon.
    $15.00
    Barton: Something Else Press, 1973. First trade paperback printing. 186 pp. Very near fine in printed wrappers. Work based on Gertrude Stein's novel THE MAKING OF AMERICANS.
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    MAC LOW, Jackson.
    $45.00
    Barton: Something Else Press, 1971. First edition. 424 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket with wrap-around band (also fine), printing a note on Mac Low by John Cage. “In STANZAS FOR IRIS LEZAK, Mac Low has created a sort of cinema of words and word sequences, far more interesting than its obvious originality would suggest.” - from the jacket flap.
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    MAC LOW, Jackson.
    $25.00
    NY: Something Else Press (1966). First edition. 14 pp. Near fine in stapled wrappers. 1000 copies printed. Great Bear Pamphlet #10.
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    MAC LOW, Jackson.
    $55.00
    NY: Something Else Press (1966). First edition. 14 pp. Near fine in stapled wrappers. Embossed ownership label of Denise Levertov inside front cover. Dated (3/18/70) and INSCRIBED by Mac Low, “For Denise & Mitch / with love / Jackson.” Great Bear Pamphlet #10.
  • PORTER, Bern.
    $40.00
    NY: Something Else Press, 1971. First edition. xv + 47 pp w/appendix. Fine in fine dust jacket. Dick Higgins contributes an introduction. One of 895 copies.
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    PORTER, Bern.
    $20.00
    NY: Something Else Press, 1971. First trade paperback edition. 47 pp. A few small spots to page edges, else near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. 1855 paperback copies.
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    ROBSON, Ernest M.
    $20.00
    NY: Something Else Press, 1971. First edition. xi + 80 pp. Fine in boards and near fine unprinted tissue dustwrapper. Illustrations throughout by Ken Friedman. 3393 copies printed.
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    ROTHENBERG, Jerome.
    $25.00
    NY: Something Else Press, 1966. First edition. 14 pp. Toning along spine, else near fine in stapled wrappers. A Great Bear Pamphlet.
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    SPOERRI, Daniel.
    $50.00
    NY: Something Else Press, 1966. First US edition. 214 pp w/index. Foxingt o bottom edge, and a bit to the fore-edge, else near fine in fine dust jacket with publisher’s price sticker on the front flap. “Done with the help of his very dear friend Robert Filliou and Translated from the French, and further anecdoted at random by their very dear friend Emmett Williams with One Hundred Reflective Illustrations by Topor.”
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    SPOERRI, Daniel.
    $35.00
    NY: Something Else Press, 1966. First trade paperback printing. 214 pp w/index. Near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. “Done with the help of his very dear friend Robert Filliou and Translated from the French, and further anecdoted at random by their very dear friend Emmett Williams with One Hundred Reflective Illustrations by Topor.”
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    STEIN, Gertrude.
    $55.00
    NY: Something Else Press (1968). First printing of this edition (originally published in 1922). 419 pp. Fine in very near fine dust jacket. Foreword by Sherwood Anderson. A typographic facsimile of the first edition. Wilson A5F.
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    VOSTELL, Wolf and Dick Higgins.
    $200.00
    NY: Something Else Press [1970]. First US edition. [194 pp]. Fine in fine dust jacket. In addition to the shake-up proposed by the editors, includes historical and contemporary takes by a wide-range of figures including Schwitters, Cage, Beuys, Weiner, Filliou, and Spoerri. Fully-illustrated.