Binghamton, NY: State University of New York (SUNY) at Binghamton, 1975. First Printing. Softcover. Signed by Clayton Eshleman. This vintage number of the scholarly literary journal, specially dedicated to "The Oral Impulse in Contemporary American Poetry" & chiefly edited by Robert Kroetsch & William V. Spanos, features the essay "The Gull Wall" by Clayton Eshleman, an analysis of the work of Paul Blackburn, his late friend & fellow acclaimed American.....[Item #3540]
The Prolific & Underappreciated
One of our favorite new sections of the Third Mind Books site, “The Prolific & Underappreciated” category consists of hand-picked works by numerous individuals whose contributions to and achievements in the field of literature fail to match their “renown” or esteem in the minds of common readers, critics or scholars alike. We take this category to be an opportunity for all to discover the rich repository of untapped resources that are these authors and their many works.
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Pasadena, CA: California Institute of Technology, 1981. First Printings. Softcovers. Both issues signed by editor & contributor Clayton Eshleman. The first two numbers of the deep & varied literary journal subtitled "A Literary Tri-Quarterly of the Whole Art" founded, chiefly edited & with contributions by the great Clayton Eshleman (1935-2021), the award-winning American poet, editor, translator & academician who was our local friend & mentor: (1) Sulfur Vol. 1 No.....[Item #4339]
Ann Arbor, MI: OtherWind Press, Inc., 1990. First Printing. Softcover; Flexible Record Sheet. Signed by Diane Wakoski. This number of the collectible literary journal, published here in Ann Arbor during the 1980s-1990s, edited by Pat Smith & Marla Huber Smith, features three poems by Diane Wakoski, the esteemed & prolific poet who has long resided in Michigan. At the first of these poems, "Carla Boucher Eats Poppies In Santa Fe.....[Item #3406]
Ann Arbor, MI: Richard Grossinger & Lindy Hough, 1966. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. Signed by Diane Wakoski. This third number of the literary journal edited, published & with contributions by Richard Grossinger & Lindy Hough features two poems by Diane Wakoski, the acclaimed & prolific Beat-influenced poet then-associated with the Deep Image School. Below her second poem, "How Can I Deal with my Problems, Kenkyusha?," next to reproduction of an.....[Item #3485]
Allentown, PA: Charles Shahoud Hanna, 1967. First Printing. Softcover. Signed by Diane Wakoski. This vintage number of the literary journal edited & published by Charles Shahoud Hanna, & with guest editorship of Dr. William L. Kinter, features the poem "George Washington Slept Here" by Diane Wakoski, the acclaimed & prolific poet who has long resided in Michigan. Above her printed name & the title, Wakoski has hand-written her signature with.....[Item #3469]