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Bulletin from Nothing, Number One

San Francisco, CA: Charles Plymell, 1965. First Printing. Staplebound. The first number, of only two ever published along with a flyer, of this "Underground Telegram" from the heyday of small-run literary publications. Featuring a cut-up "Composite Text" by William S. Burroughs on pages 11-12. Also contributions by Mary Beach & Claude Pelieu, who also edited this issue; Lawrence Ferlinghetti; Jeff Nuttall (whose My Own Mag from the same period featured... Item #1789

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Bulletin from Nothing, Number One
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Tornado Alley

Verlag Peter Engstler, 1997. First German Edition. Softcover. This is the first German edition of William S. Burroughs' later important work, Tornado Alley, first published in 1989 by Charles Plymell's Cherry Valley Editions. The German translation of WSB's text is by Udo Breger. The illustrations on front & rear covers, & preceding each short piece (or "routine"), are not those of S. Clay Wilson, as were the interior illustrations of... Item #1790

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Tornado Alley
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Corso-Biderman Photograph Collection

New York, NY: c. 1955-1985. Original Gelatin Silver Photographic Prints. Single Sheets. A most unique & important collection of original photographs depicting three icons of the Beat Generation: Gregory Corso, William S. Burroughs & Allen Ginsberg, separately & together, spanning the mid-1950s through the mid-1980s. These ten images were in the possession of Corso (1930-2001) while he lived & traveled in NYC, San Francisco, Greece, Italy & elsewhere. They were... Item #1787

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Corso-Biderman Photograph Collection
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FIVE/I/'77

Oakland, CA: Archer Press, 1977. Limited Edition. Loose Sheets in Paper Folio. Signed by Gregory Corso, Allen Ginsberg, Michael McClure, Anne Waldman & Philip Whalen "Five poems: Written out by the poets for lithography, and hand printed in two limited editions: A public edition of 50, and a poets' edition of 25. This folio is number XI/XXV. Charles Gill and John Doane were the printers, at Archer Press Oakland California... Item #1788

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FIVE/I/'77
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Jack Kerouac 1922-1969

n/p: Unknown, n/d (c. 1969). First Printing. Single Sheet. A broadside, 12" x 17", featuring a photograph of a brooding Jack Kerouac & a short haiku-style poem by him, "Here Down on Dark Earth," inside black borders on off-white paper stock. Most likely issued in the immediate wake of Kerouac's death. From the collection of the late James Perrizo, Beat collector, scholar & one-time assistant to Edie Kerouac Parker, Jack's... Item #1770

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Jack Kerouac 1922-1969
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Hymn

Portland, OR: The Yes! Press, 1971. First Printing. Single Sheet. A lovely broadside, 9" x 11", No. 13 of a series, featuring the title poem by Jack Kerouac, originally written in 1959 & first published in Scattered Poems by City Lights Books, which cooperated in this production. From the collection of James Perrizo (1944-2006), Beat collector, scholar & one-time assistant to Edie Kerouac Parker, Jack's former wife. A very rare... Item #1771

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Hymn
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Neal in Court

Cassady, Carolyn. California, PA: Arthur & Kit Knight, 1977. First Printing. Single Sheet. A bold broadside (14" x 22") issued as Vol. 6 of The Unspeakable Visions of the Individual series by Arthur & Kit Knight, the pioneer Beat revival publishers. With the title poem by Jack Kerouac about his legendary friend & muse, Neal Cassady, dated March 30, 1954; & an illustration of Kerouac by Carolyn Cassady, Neal's wife... Item #1773

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Neal in Court
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Moody Street Irregulars Number 4

Clarence Center, NY: Moody Street Irregulars, 1979. First Printing. Loose Folded Sheets. The Spring 1979 number of the newsletter dedicated to Jack Kerouac, edited by the late Joy Walsh & Michael Basinsky. With various Kerouac-related articles, news blurbs, photos, etc., including an article by Jeffrey Weinberg, "Between the Glories." From the collection of James Perrizo (1944-2006), Beat collector, scholar & one-time assistant to Edie Kerouac Parker, Jack's former wife. In... Item #1767

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Moody Street Irregulars Number 4
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Moody Street Irregulars Number 3

Clarence Center, NY: Moody Street Irregulars, 1979. First Printing. Stapled Sheets. The Winter 1979 number of the Jack Kerouac newsletter edited by the late Joy Walsh & Michael Basinski. With various articles, an interview with Joseph Chaput (who knew Kerouac in his later years), poetry, news blurbs, illustrations, etc. From the collection of the late James Perrizo, Beat collector, scholar & one-time assistant to Edie Kerouac Parker, Jack's former wife... Item #1768

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Moody Street Irregulars Number 3
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On the Road: The Jack Kerouac Conference, July 23-August 1, 1982

Boulder, CO: Naropa Institute, 1982. First Printing. Single Sheet. A large (20" x 24") poster announcing the Conference presented by & held at the Naropa Institute in Boulder, CO in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the publication of Jack Kerouac's breakthrough Beat novel, On the Road. Featuring a large image of Kerouac & a roster of participants, many now gone, that is a virtual whos-who of the primary Beat... Item #1774

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On the Road: The Jack Kerouac Conference, July 23-August 1, 1982
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Kerouac: The Movie

San Francisco, CA: Roxie Theater, 1985. First Printing. Single Sheet. A large (18" x 27") vintage poster announcing the "Gala World Theatrical Premiere and Beat Celebration Party" of the film biography of Jack Kerouac produced & directed by John Antonelli, on July 2, 1985. The film features William S. Burroughs, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg, Herbert Huncke, Michael McClure & many other original Beat figures. The Premiere Celebration at the Roxie... Item #1775

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Kerouac: The Movie
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Jack Kerouac, Lowell Massachusetts

n/p: c. 1980s. First Printing. Single Sheet. A beautifully produced poster-print on high-quality thick paper stock, with an illustration of Jack Kerouac holding a cat (based we're sure on a well-known photograph that's been reproduced in several Kerouac biographies & related books) by Vassilios Giavis. With wide margins surrounding image of illustration & titles. From the collection of the late James Perrizo, Beat collector, scholar & one-time assistant to Edie... Item #1781

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Jack Kerouac, Lowell Massachusetts
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Jack Kerouac, Lowell Massachusetts

n/p: c, 1980s. First Printing. Single Sheet. Another copy of item#1781 above, a fine print-poster on high-quality thick paper stock. The illustration of Jack Kerouac holding a cat by Vassilios Giavis appears to be based on a well-known photograph of Kerouac in his later years which has appeared in biographies & related books. With wide margins surrounding image of illustration & titles. Also from the collection of James Perrizo (1944-2006)... Item #1782

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Jack Kerouac, Lowell Massachusetts
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Kerouac

Mabe, G. n/p: 1985. Limited Edition. Single Sheet. Hand-numbered, dated & signed by artist G. Mabe. A large (18" x 23") screen-block print with a pop-artish image of Jack Kerouac. One of a limited edition of 125, this is No. 120/125. Hand-penciled limitation, date "10/85" & signature of the artist "G. Mabe" at lower margin. A very rare & beautiful Kerouac fine-art print, from the collection of the late James... Item #1776

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Kerouac
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Moody Street Irregulars Numbers 16 & 17

Clarence Center, NY: Moody Street Irregulars, 1986. First Printing. Staplebound. The Summer 1986 double "On the Road" issue of the Jack Kerouac newsletter edited by the late Joy Walsh, featuring many articles, including "Early Reactions..." by Tom Clark, news blurbs, poetry (including a poem, "Used Book Store" by Jeffrey Weinberg), an excerpt from the journals of John Clellon Holmes, ads, announcements, etc., most relating to Kerouac's breakthrough Beat novel, the... Item #1769

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Moody Street Irregulars Numbers 16 & 17
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Le Grand Jack

Montreal, Quebec, Canada: National Film Board of Canada, 1987. First Printing. Single Sheet. A large original poster, 20" x 25", announcing the title film, a 1987 French-Canadian documentary of Jack Kerouac directed by Hermenegilde Chiasson. Boldly illustrated with images of Kerouac, a vintage car from the On the Road era, & the title in big, coarse letters. With a colorful decal, apparently as issued, at left-center upper .edge. From the... Item #1780

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Le Grand Jack
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Club Jack Kerouac: Secretariat Permanent des Peuples Francophones

Quebec, Canada: Secretariat Permanent des Peuples Francophones, n/d (c. 1987). First Printing. Single Sheet. A large (17" x 22") poster issued by the organization that sponsored the Jack Kerouac Conference held in Quebec during October 1-4, 1987. Presumably from at/near the time of that event. Featuring a large photo-image of Kerouac with pop-artesque dot emphasis. A wonderful Kerouac poster from the collection of the late James Perrizo, Beat scholar, collector... Item #1779

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Club Jack Kerouac: Secretariat Permanent des Peuples Francophones
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Recontre Internationale Jack Kerouac

Quebec, Canada: Secretariat Permanent des Peuples Francophones, 1987. First Printing. Single Sheet. An 11" x 17&1/2" poster announcing a Jack Kerouac Conference in Quebec that was held on October 1-4, 1987. Text in French, featuring a photograph of Kerouac & a roster of participants including Carolyn Cassady (Neal's widow who recently died at age 90), Ann Charters (author of the first major biography of Kerouac), Allen Ginsberg, John Clellon Holmes... Item #1777

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Recontre Internationale Jack Kerouac
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Recontre Internationale Jack Kerouac

Quebec, Canada: Secretariat Permanent des Peuples Francophones, 1987. First Printing. Single Sheet. A large (18" x 24") poster announcing a Jack Kerouac conference in Quebec held on October 1-4, 1987, featuring a large, bold reproduction of Kerouac's signature, & various other images & graphics including a photograph of Kerouac. Text in French. From the collection of James Perrizo (1944-2006), Beat scholar, collector & one-time assistant to Edie Kerouac Parker, Jack's... Item #1778

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Recontre Internationale Jack Kerouac
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On the Road (Poster)

n/p: Higgins & Ross/Mill Town Graphics, 1988. First Printing. Single Sheet. A large (25" x 20&1/2") poster, featuring an expansive black & white photograph of Route 66 & the surrounding landscape, with a trail of neon zipping down the road, a hitchhiker's arm & hand with thumb beckoning (representing Jack Kerouac/Sal Paradise), & the name "Kerouac" in blue neonesque cursive in front of the clouds. The dynamic image, so evocative... Item #1783

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On the Road (Poster)
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On the Road (Poster)

n/p: Higgins & Ross/Mill Town Graphics, 1988. First Printing. Single Sheet. Another copy of the large (25" x 20&1/2") poster that dynamically, expansively captures the spirit of Jack Kerouac's iconic Beat novel, On the Road. Also from the collection of James Perrizo (1944-2006), Beat collector, scholar & one-time assistant to Edie Kerouac Parker, Jack's former wife. In near-mint condition with only a tiny amount of rubbing at upper left &... Item #1784

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On the Road (Poster)
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The Jack Kerouac Commemorative-Lowell, Massachusetts- Eastern Canal Park

Lowell, MA: 1988. First Printing. Single Sheet. Signed by Artist Janet Lambert-Moore A fine-art print, 11" x 17", featuring a beautiful illustration of the commemorative monument to Jack Kerouac in his hometown of Lowell, Massachusetts from the time of its dedication in June, 1988. This copy is signed by the artist, Janet Lambert-Moore, & dated by her 6-25-88,below her printed signature. From the collection of the late James Perrizo, Beat... Item #1772

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The Jack Kerouac Commemorative-Lowell, Massachusetts- Eastern Canal Park
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11 x 30: a publication of the Toledo Poets Center, Vol. 2 No. 1

Toledo, OH: University of Toledo Publications Office, 1989. First Printing. Single Sheet. A long, narrow broadside (11" x 30", as its title states), featuring a story by Jack Kerouac, "I Had A Slouch Hat Too, One Time," with the text surrounding a photograph of a young Kerouac wearing just such a hat. Below the story & explanatory commentary is the announcement of a Kerouac tribute event, "Back to Jack," that... Item #1785

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11 x 30: a publication of the Toledo Poets Center, Vol. 2 No. 1
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Baby Driver: A Novel About Myself by Jan Kerouac

New York, NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1983. First Softcover Edition. Softcover. The first Holt, Reinhart 7 Winston Owl Books mass-market softcover edition, first printing, of the novel-memoir by Jan Kerouac, Jack Kerouac's daughter, first published in hardcover in 1981. With a very slight variation in the title, with "Novel" instead of "Story." "Jan Kerouac- in love with danger and with freedom and with the memory of a father she... Item #1765

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Baby Driver: A Novel About Myself by Jan Kerouac
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Trainsong

New York, NY: Henry Holt and Company, 1988. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. The first hardcover edition, first printing, of the second novel by Jan Kerouac, daughter of Jack Kerouac. "Kerouac's strengths as a writer are her vivid, original imagery and her playful sense of language. Her descriptions of cruel and sordid activities are always brightened by her own zest for the variety of human experience and by the delight... Item #1766

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Trainsong


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