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Cottonwood Review No. 42

Lawrence, KS: Cottonwood Magazine & Press/University of Kansas, 1989. First Printing. Softcover. This number of the literary journal published at the University of Kansas in Lawrence "...presents a number of alumni who read at the River City Reunion in 1987, complimenting works offered in issue 41."(from Editor's Note) The event referred to was a legendary gathering of Beat Generation & other literary luminaries including William S. Burroughs, who then resided... Item #2408

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Cottonwood Review No. 42
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Coyote's Journal No.'s 4; 5-6

Eugene, OR: Coyote's Journal, 1965; 1966. First Printings. Stapled Wrappers; Softcover. Two vintage, contiguous issues of the literary journal from the mid-1960s with contributions by some of the primary figures of the Beat Generation & beyond: (1) Issue No. 4, 1965, edited by James Koller, Edward van Aelstyn & William Wroth. Featuring four poems by Thomas Clark including "The Circuit"; the poem "The Daughters of Jerusalem" by Robert Kelly; two... Item #2409

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Coyote's Journal No.'s 4; 5-6
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Dark Ages Clasp the Daisy Root, Issues 2-6, with Ephemera

Oakland, CA: Benjamin Friedlander & Andrew Schelling (Editors & Publishers), 1990-1991. First Printings. Stapled Sheets. Includes two hand-written & signed postcards addressed to James Perrizo by editor/contributors Benjamin Friedlander & Andrew Schelling. Five contiguous issues of the rare, short-lived literary journal-zine, Dark Ages Clasp the Daisy Root, including significant ephemera, all once belonging to James Perrizo (1944-2006), a devoted collector & scholar who once served as the assistant to Edie... Item #2397

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Dark Ages Clasp the Daisy Root, Issues 2-6, with Ephemera
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First Intensity: A Magazine of New Writing, #3- Summer 1994

New York, NY: First Intensity Press, 1994. First Printing. Softcover. Signed by Diane Di Prima at her contribution. This early number of the literary journal features a poem, "Pantoum for Sheppard," by Diane Di Prima, among the foremost original female members of the Beat Generation. Di Prima has hand-signed her name at an upward angle below, above & slightly overlapping her printed name on upper right of page (53). Also... Item #2421

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First Intensity: A Magazine of New Writing, #3- Summer 1994
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First Intensity: A Magazine of New Writing, #5, Summer 1995

New York, NY: First Intensity Press, 1995. First Printing. Softcover. Signed by Diane Di Prima at her contribution. This early number of the literary journal features a poem, "Serpentine," by Diane Di Prima, among the foremost original female members of the Beat Generation. Di Prima has hand-signed her name at an upward angle just below the end of the poem on the lower right margin of the page (23). Also... Item #2422

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First Intensity: A Magazine of New Writing, #5, Summer 1995
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Voices of Dissent: A Collection of Articles from Dissent Magazine

New York, NY: Grove Press/Evergreen Books, 1958. First Softcover Edition. Softcover. "In the fall of 1953, when the atmosphere of conformity seemed thickest in America, a group of writers began publishing DISSENT, a quarterly journal of democratic-socialist opinion. VOICES OF DISSENT contains some of the best and most provocative articles which appeared in the quarterly during its first five years."(from back cover) This is the first softcover edition, large format... Item #2381

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Voices of Dissent: A Collection of Articles from Dissent Magazine
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Dissociated Press, Issue 1

San Francisco, CA: Tara Marlowe, 1985. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. The first (& possibly only) number of the literary journal-zine published, edited & with a contribution of poetry by Tara Marlowe. Features three pieces of unpublished prose from the 1950s by Diane Di Prima, a primary female member of the original Beat Generation & beyond, including "Scenario for a Proposed Movie." Also an interview about gentrification with Amiri Baraka, formerly... Item #2428

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Dissociated Press, Issue 1
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Notes on Thought and Vision & The Wise Sappho

San Francisco, CA: City Lights Books, 1982. First Printing. Softcover. Two works by the American Imagist poet & writer Hilda Doolitle, known as H.D. (1886-1961), published in 1982 (we believe for the first time, by permission of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library as noted on copyright page) by Lawrence Ferlinghetti's legendary City Lights Books imprint. With an introduction by Albert Gelpi to the first work, Notes on Thought... Item #2384

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Notes on Thought and Vision & The Wise Sappho
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Gunslinger

Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1989. First Softcover Edition Thus. Softcover. Edward Dorn's most famous work, his magnum opus. Along with his contemporaries Robert Creeley, Robert Duncan & Charles Olson, Dorn (1929-1999) is associated with Black Mountain College as one of the key "Black Mountain Poets." The poem, first published in parts during the late 1960s-early 1970s & in complete form for the first time in 1975, is a mock-epic... Item #2387

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Gunslinger
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Abhorrences

Santa Rosa, CA: Black Sparrow Press, 1990. Limited First Edition. Hardcover. Signed by Edward Dorn. A later collection of poems by Edward Dorn (1929-1999), among the key Black Mountain Poets along with Robert Creeley, Robert Duncan & Charles Olson. Subtitled "A Chronicle of the Eighties," its many, mostly short poems are all individually titled, but also super-titled "Abhorrences" in their upper margins along with date (or season), year & sometimes... Item #2390

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Abhorrences
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By the Sound

Santa Rosa, CA: Black Sparrow Press, 1991. Limited First Edition Thus. Hardcover. Signed by Edward Dorn. A rare prose work by Edward Dorn (1929-1999), among the greatest of the Black Mountain Poets along with his contemporaries Robert Creeley, Robert Duncan & Charles Olson. First published in 1965 with the title The Rites of Passage: A Brief History; then revised & with this title in 1971; this is the final version... Item #2393

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By the Sound
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Scales of the Marvelous

New York, NY: New Directions Publishing Corporation, 1979. First Printing. Softcover. "Robert Duncan: Scales of the Marvelous is another volume in the New Directions series Insights: Working Papers in Contemporary Criticism, an informal approach to the presentation of ideas currently available on particularly important modern writers."(from back cover) A compilation of scholarly, critical studies covering many aspects of the work of Robert Duncan (1919-1988), a major figure in 20th century... Item #2403

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Scales of the Marvelous
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Sagetrieb, Volume 4 Number 2 & 3, Fall & Winter 1985: Robert Duncan Special Issue

Orono, ME: University of Maine at Orono, 1985. First Printing. Stapled Sheets. This special issue of the literary journal published by the University of Maine is entirely devoted to an excerpt (Part II, Chapter 5) of The H.D. Book by Robert Duncan (1919-1988), a major figure in 20th century American letters, associated with the Beats, the San Francisco Renaissance & the Black Mountain School. The full work, a prose study... Item #2402

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Sagetrieb, Volume 4 Number 2 & 3, Fall & Winter 1985: Robert Duncan Special Issue
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Robert Duncan: A Descriptive Bibliography

Santa Rosa, CA: Black Sparrow Press, 1986. First Trade Edition. Hardcover. Robert J. Bertholf's comprehensive bibliography of works in all categories by the poet Robert Duncan (1919-1988), a major figure in 20th century American letters, associated with the Beats, the San Francisco Renaissance & the Black Mountain School. With a preface by Robert Creeley (1926-2005), Duncan's near-contemporary & also a key figure in the American poetry canon associated with the... Item #2414

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Robert Duncan: A Descriptive Bibliography
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Our Time: Interviews from The East Village Other

New York, NY: The Dial Press, 1972. First Softcover Printing. Softcover. "The myth of America is over. The myth of a new America is beginning. We are retribalizing to achieve a new high in history- "Our Time," replete with heroes, martyrs and madmen: A Youth Revolution dedicated to wheeling, dealing and deliverance."(from editor's introduction) An anthology of interviews from the pages of The East Village Other, the legendary underground-countercultural NYC... Item #2420

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Our Time: Interviews from The East Village Other
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Evergreen Review, Vol. 2, Nos. 5-8, Summer 1958 - Spring 1959

New York, NY: Grove Press, 1959. First Edition Thus. Hardcover. Four vintage issues of the legendary literary journal co-edited & published by Barney Rosset & his Grove Press, bound into one hardcover volume (presumably for libraries & institutions). Consisting of the complete contents of all four contiguous issues of Summer 1958, Autumn 1958, Winter 1959 & Spring 1959; except for front & back covers of original issues, which are not... Item #2415

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Evergreen Review, Vol. 2, Nos. 5-8, Summer 1958 - Spring 1959
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Evergreen Review No. 47, June 1967

New York, NY: Evergreen Review, Inc. 1967. First Printing. Softcover. This number of the legendary literary magazine edited by Barney Rosset features a story by Samuel Beckett, among the leading & most influential writers of the 20th century- "The Calmative," accompanied with drawings by Avigdor Arikha. Also a memoir by Hell's Angel "Freewheelin' Frank" Reynolds as told to Michael McClure, a primary poet & playwright of the Beat Generation &... Item #2427

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Evergreen Review No. 47, June 1967
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Granta 27, Summer 1989: Death

New York, NY: Granta U.S.A. Ltd/Viking Penguin Inc. 1989. First Printing. Softcover. This vintage 1989 number of the venerable literary journal is centered on the theme of death, with contributions by great writers including John Gregory Dunne, late husband of Joan Didion (""Glitches"); Michael Ignatieff (""Deficits"); Mary McCarthy ("Fellow Workers") & Edmund White ("Skinned Alive"); & many others. With many photo illustrations (including wrap-around color illustration by Alex Webb on... Item #2368

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Granta 27, Summer 1989: Death
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Granta 28, Autumn 1989: Birthday Special!

New York, NY: Granta U.S.A. Ltd/Viking Penguin Inc. 1989. First Printing. Softcover. This vintage 1989 number of the venerable literary journal is the "Birthday Special!" issue, celebrating its tenth anniversary. With contributions by many major writers, including Nadine Gordimer ("The Ultimate Safari"); Jay McInerney ("Jimmy"); Salman Rushdie ("6 March 1989," a poem reacting to the notorious death threat just then issued by Iran's Ayatollah Kohmeini); John Simpson ("Tiananmen Square," an... Item #2369

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Granta 28, Autumn 1989: Birthday Special!
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Granta 29, Winter 1989: New World

New York, NY: Granta U.S.A. Ltd/Viking Penguin Inc. 1989. First Printing. Softcover. This vintage 1989 number of the venerable literary journal has a travel-exploration theme, named "New World" after the first piece, a story by Jonathan Raban. Also contributions by acclaimed writers Patricia Highsmith ("Scene of the Crime"); Paul Theroux ("First Train Journey"); Patrick Zachman ("Walled City of Hong Kong," a photo-essay on a notorious neighborhood there) & many more... Item #2372

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Granta 29, Winter 1989: New World
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Granta 30, Winter 1990: New Europe

New York, NY: Granta U.S.A. Ltd/Viking Penguin, 1990. First Printing. Softcover. This vintage 1990 number of the venerable literary journal is entitled "New Europe!" & contains articles about this heady time in European/world history, after the fall of the Berlin Wall, shortly before the collapse of the Soviet Union. Including a special section, "The State of Europe: Christmas Eve 1989" with essays by literary greats Isaiah Berlin, Stephen Spender &... Item #2373

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Granta 30, Winter 1990: New Europe
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Stories

Oakland, CA: Inkblot Publications, 1984. First Printing. Softcover. A collection of seven early short stories originally written from 1942-1951 by Brion Gysin (1916-1986), the great artist/writer/raconteur closely associated with William S. Burroughs in Tangier, Paris & elsewhere. Issued by the publishing arm of Inkblot Magazine, a literary journal. Large-format softcover original. An important Gysin collectible in very fine condition with only very slight rubbing & creasing to front, (esp. blank... Item #2386

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Stories
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Here to Go: Planet R-101

San Francisco, CA: Re/Search Publications, 1982. First Softcover Edition. Softcover. An interview of Brion Gysin conducted by Terry Wilson, along with introductions by Gysin, William S. Burroughs & Wilson; & additional texts by Gysin & Burroughs. This now-classic volume could serve as a comprehensive introduction ("101" indeed) to artist-writer Gysin, his close collaborator & friend WSB & the legendary milieu of Beat-&-beyond expatriates in Tangier & elsewhere. This is the... Item #2382

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Here to Go: Planet R-101
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Morocco Two

Oakland, CA: Inkblot Publications, 1986. First Printing. Softcover. "My morocco was always loving and funny. THE DEATH OF LOVE is really called MOROCCO TWO and is dedicated to Josef von Sternberg, Marlene Dietrich and Gary Cooper. It came about because of movie commitments & hopes..."(Author's introduction, in its entirety) A screenplay by Brion Gysin (1916-1986), the great artist, writer & raconteur closely associated with William S. Burroughs in Tangier, Morocco... Item #2389

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Morocco Two
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Hanging Together: The Hanging Loose Press 20th Anniversary Anthology (Issues 50/51)

New York, NY: Hanging Loose Press, 1987. First Printing. Softcover. A 20th anniversary anthology/double number of the literary & art journal Hanging Loose, still in publication. As noted in the editors' introduction, "This collection is not a "best of Hanging Loose" anthology; all the work is new and appears in print for the first time." With contributions, mostly of poetry but also prose & art, by Harley Elliot (front &... Item #2392

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Hanging Together: The Hanging Loose Press 20th Anniversary Anthology (Issues 50/51)


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