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Defiance: A Radical Review, #3

New York, NY: Coronet Communications, Inc. 1971. First Printing. Softcover. The third number of the exemplary series of commodified radicalism in the wake of the 1960s, as it continued to sour from peaceful flower-power into anger. With articles & poetry including a lengthy interview of anarchist-Yippie firebrand Abbie Hoffman conducted by editor Dotson Rader & co., illustrated with three photographs; two early poems by since-acclaimed writer & journalist Andre Codrescu... Item #2446

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Defiance: A Radical Review, #3
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Christopher Street, Vol. Very Fine2, No. 4, October 1977

New York, NY: That New Magazine, Inc. 1977. First Printing. Staplebound. This early number of the pioneering LGBT magazine is the "Poetry and Art Issue." Featuring three vignettes of encounters with poet W.H. Auden by his friend David Jackson, accompanied by a drawing of Auden by Don Bachardy ("Three Pictures of W. H. Auden); a portfolio of poems by Thom Gunn ("Walker"), James Purdy (untitled) & many others; a poem... Item #2440

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Christopher Street, Vol. Very Fine2, No. 4, October 1977
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Christopher Street, Issue 121, Vol. 11, No. 1, April 1988

New York, NY: That New Magazine, Inc. 1988. First Printing. Staplebound. This number of the pioneering LGBT magazine is the "Tenth Anniversary Issue" (somewhat confusing as it had been published for more than a decade up to this point). Featuring a portfolio of literary icons by Robert Giard ("Portraits of Gay Writers") including Allen Ginsberg holding up his own portrait of William S. Burroughs, Quentin Crisp, James Purdy, Edmund White... Item #2441

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Christopher Street, Issue 121, Vol. 11, No. 1, April 1988
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Conjunctions: 2, Spring-Summer 1982

New York, NY: Bard College, 1982. First Softcover Printing. Softcover. This second number of the prestigious literary journal features a short story, "Critics," by Frederick Busch; a group of poems under the heading of "Radio and Other Poems" by Tom Clark, the prolific poet, artist & biographer of Jack Kerouac; five poems including "Two Kids" & "One World" by Robert Creeley, the esteemed poet of the Beat Generation & Black... Item #2469

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Conjunctions: 2, Spring-Summer 1982
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Conjunctions 3, Autumn 1982

New York, NY: Bard College, 1982. First Softcover Edition. Softcover. This third number of the prestigious literary journal features four poems including "This Wall" & "For the New Year" by Robert Creeley, among the primary poets of the Beat Generation & the Black Mountain School; a one-act play, "The Deuces: A Black Valentine," by Michael McClure, another leading figure of the Beats, the San Francisco Renaissance & beyond; an interview... Item #2470

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Conjunctions 3, Autumn 1982
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Conjunctions: 5

New York, NY: Bard College/Robert M. McKinney, 1983. First Softcover Printing. Softcover. This fifth number of the prestigious literary journal features three poems including "Destiny Waltz" by the great American poet John Ashberry; a unique short prose piece undivided by paragraphs or punctuation, "Massachusetts 1932," by Paul Bowles, the legendary expatriate American writer, composer & Beat associate; an interview with the esteemed British poet Basil Bunting conducted & with several... Item #2475

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Conjunctions: 5
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Conjunctions: 8

New York, NY: Bard College/David R. Godine Publishers, Inc. 1985. First Softcover Printing. Softcover. This eighth number of the prestigious literary journal features a tribute to British poet Basil Bunting, who had died earlier during the year of publication (1985) with contributions by Russell Banks, Robert Creeley, Eric Mottram & many others, & with a portfolio of photographs of Bunting throughout his life including some by Jonathan Williams, who also... Item #2476

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Conjunctions: 8
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Conjunctions: 10, Fifth Anniversary Issue

New York, NY: Bard College/David R. Godine Publishers, Inc. 1987. First Softcover Printing. Softcover. This tenth number of the prestigious literary journal celebrating its fifth anniversary features the poem "Finnish rhapsody" by the canonical American poet John Ashbery. Also three short, related prose works under the heading of "Three Imagines" by Robert Kelly; an interview with novelist Joseph McElroy conducted by Bradford Morrow; the poem "Protoavia: Narrative of the Pilots"... Item #2481

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Conjunctions: 10, Fifth Anniversary Issue
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Conjunctions: 11

New York, NY: Bard College/David R. Godine Publishers, Inc. 1988. First Softcover Printing. Softcover. This eleventh number of the prestigious literary journal features two poems by the great Beat & Black Mountain School-associated poet Robert Creeley, "The Seasons" & "Nationalgalerie Berlin." Also "The Rube Goldberg Suite" by Robert Kelly, with poetry, prose, footnotes & interspersed with original Goldberg illustrations; "Pieces o' Six-XXVII," a prose work concerning Nazi war criminals by... Item #2482

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Conjunctions: 11
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An Unfinished Memoir

New York, NY: Adventures in Poetry, n/d (Circa 1974). First Printing. Stapled Sheets. "Lee Crabtree was born March 11, 1943 and died June 11, 1973. He was a talented musician and a much-loved person...this disturbing memoir...Probably written in the last few months of his life...recalls mainly his relationship with Allen Ginsberg and partly his experience as pianist and musical arranger for the Fugs, the rock group led by Ed Sanders... Item #2444

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An Unfinished Memoir
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Evergreen Review, Vol. 13, No. 65, April 1969

New York, NY: Evergreen Review, Inc. 1969. First Printing. Softcover. This number of the legendary literary magazine edited by Barney Rosset features an early article by John Lahr, the acclaimed biographer & critic ("The End of the Underground", accompanied with an illustration by rick Meyerowitz with a central caricature of Allen Ginsberg). Also an interview with French New Wave film director Jacque Demy conducted by Michel Delahaye; a play ("History")... Item #2439

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Evergreen Review, Vol. 13, No. 65, April 1969
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Exit Zero #1

Boulder, CO: Student Union for Ethnic Inclusion at the Naropa Institute, 1990. First Printing. Softcover. This first number of the literary journal published at the Naropa Institute features appearances by two iconic figures of the Beat Generation: Allen Ginsberg contributed his poem, "CIA Dope Calypso," & an essay, "Statement of Allen Ginsberg," a timely & impassioned polemic against censorship. Anne Waldman is included with Section IV of her poem, "Iovis... Item #2434

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Exit Zero #1
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The Secret Swinger

New York, NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1966. First Edition. Hardcover. "The Secret Swinger is the story of a desperate and foolish journey, involving the search for an ideal love and rebirth..."(from front flap) A novel by Alan Harrington (1917?-1997), a noted author who was acquainted with Allen Ginsberg & Jack Kerouac. A depiction of a mid-life crisis in the context of the burgeoning 1960s counterculture, well-reviewed upon its first publication... Item #2437

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The Secret Swinger
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Woodstock Nation: A Talk-Rock Album

New York, NY: Random House/Vintage Books, 1969. First Softcover Printing. Softcover. "Abbie Hoffman, Yippie non-leader, notorious dope addict and up-and-coming rock group (the WHAT), is currently on trial with seven others for conspiracy to incite riot during the Democratic Convention. When he returned from the Woodstock Festival he had five days before leaving for Chicago to prepare for the trial. WOODSTOCK NATION, which the author wrote in longhand while lying... Item #2445

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Woodstock Nation: A Talk-Rock Album
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Outlying Districts

Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House Press, 1990. First Trade Edition. Softcover. Signed with citation to Tom Clark by Anselm Hollo. A volume of poetry by Anselm Hollo (1934-2013), the award-winning Finnish-born poet & translator who at one time taught at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado (co-founded by Allen Ginsberg & Anne Waldman). This is the first trade edition, a softcover original in sewn... Item #2438

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Outlying Districts
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Tear to Open (This This This This This This)

New York, NY: Power Mad Press, 1979. First Printing. Softcover. Inscribed & signed by Bob Holman. A collection of poetry by Bob Holman, the acclaimed & prolific practitioner of spoken-word performances associated with the St. Marks Poetry Project in NYC. With photographs of & graphics by the poet along with text. Large-format softcover original. This copy is inscribed, signed & dated in the year of publication by Holman on the... Item #2450

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Tear to Open (This This This This This This)
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Panic*DJ: Performance Text, Poems, Raps, Songs

New York, NY: Larry Qualls and Associates/University Arts Resources, 1988. First Printing. Softcover. Inscribed, signed & dated by Bob Holman to James Perrizo. A collection of poems & other types of writings by Bob Holman, the popular & prolific practitioner of spoken-word performances associated with the St. Marks Poetry Project in NYC. Number 1 in the publisher's "Scripts & Scribbles" series. With 73 pieces followed by a section of notes... Item #2457

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Panic*DJ: Performance Text, Poems, Raps, Songs
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Cupid's Cashbox

Imperial Beach, CA: VRI Theater Library/Jordan Davies, 1988. Limited First Edition. Softcover. A collaborative volume by poet Bob Holman & his late wife, the artist Elizabeth Murray (1940-2007). Holman is a popular, prolific poet known for his spoken-word performances & associated with the St. Mark's Poetry Project in NYC. Murray was an acclaimed artist in several media whose works are among the collections of prestigious institutions including the Art Institute... Item #2451

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Cupid's Cashbox
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Howling Dog: A Journal of Letters, Words and Lines, Volume 4, Number 1

Detroit, MI: Parkville Publishing, 1988. First Printing. Softcover. This number of the literary & art journal published in Detroit & edited by Mark Donovan features two poems by the legendary writer-activist & marijuana martyr John Sinclair, "Doctor Blues" & "Chicago Bound." Both poems were later included in Sinclair's collection, Fattening Frogs for Snakes: Delta Sound Suite. Also a very short poem by noted Michigan poet & printer Ken Mikolowski, "Homage... Item #2458

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Howling Dog: A Journal of Letters, Words and Lines, Volume 4, Number 1
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The Evening Sun Turned Crimson

Cherry Valley, NY: Cherry Valley Editions, 1980. First Edition. Softcover. The first edition of Herbert Huncke's major autobiographical work, published by Charles & Pamela Beach Plymell's Cherry Valley Editions. Huncke (1915-1996) was a key figure in the earliest nucleus of what became known as the Beat Generation, & famously introduced William S. Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg & Jack Kerouac to the NYC criminal & drug underworld during the mid-1940s. He was... Item #2464

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The Evening Sun Turned Crimson
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Interim Pad No. 1, September 1967

San Francisco, CA: City Lights Books, 1967. First Printing. Stapled Sheets. The first & only number of a literary compilation edited by Lawrence Ferlinghetti & published by his City Lights imprint in September 1967. Featuring Ferlinghetti's "fuclock (A cod-piece for folk-rock)," his fanciful directions for a happening with illustration; two contributions by Allen Ginsberg, the long poem "Two Entries One Day's Journal, April in Paris 1961," & the memoir-essay "On... Item #2471

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Interim Pad No. 1, September 1967
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A Decade & Then Some: Contemporary Literature- 1976, Intrepid Anthology

Buffalo, NY: Intrepid Press, 1976. First Printing. Softcover. "INTREPID #1 joined the "Mimeograph Revolution" in March, 1964, and has continued now a decade and then some...INTREPID's vision has and will remain eclectic, searching for literary extensions beyond the ordinary, mediocre, mundane, and shallow conventional; and that vision rejects the current fad of cliqueism as well as the current lack of literary discrimination/values so evidently published widely and promoted in quantity."(from... Item #2472

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A Decade & Then Some: Contemporary Literature- 1976, Intrepid Anthology
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Io/6: Ethnoastronomy Issue, Summer 1969

Ann Arbor, MI: Io Magazine/Richard & Lindy Hough Grossinger, 1969. First Printing. Softcover. This number of the obscure literary journal features writings by some giant figures in the Beat Generation, Black Mountain School & other literary categories: A poem, "This is the Way I Hear the Momentum," by Edward Dorn; Part 2, Chapter 3 of Robert Duncan's epic critical work, The H.D. Book; two poems, including "Reading the Carvings on... Item #2477

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Io/6: Ethnoastronomy Issue, Summer 1969
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Jimmy & Lucy's House of "K", #2, August 1984

Berkeley & Oakland, CA: The House of "K" 1984. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. The second number of the short-lived but significant mimeo-zine literary journal edited & with contributions by Benjamin Friedlander & Andrew Schelling. With an emphasis on reviews & essays by & about contemporary writers, including Charles Bernstein on Alan Davies in the form of a letter addressed to the poet; an essay on Lorine Neidecker by Schelling with... Item #2484

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Jimmy & Lucy's House of "K", #2, August 1984
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Jim & Lucy's House of "K", #1, May 1984 (two copies)

Berkeley & Oakland, CA: The House of "K" 1984. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. The first number of the short-lived but important mimeo-zine literary journal edited & with contributions by Benjamin Friedlander & Andrew Schelling. Featuring mostly reviews by Friedlander, Schelling, Jean Day & others of contemporary collections by Larry Eigner, Jerome & Diane Rothenberg (as compilers of an anthology), Philip Whalen, Jackson Mac Low & more. With front cover &... Item #2483

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Jim & Lucy's House of "K", #1, May 1984 (two copies)


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