New York, NY: Mulch Press, 1973. First Printing. Softcover. Tom Clark's copy with his ownership signature & marginalia. This vintage number of the venerable literary-critical journal features the first appearance of "The Visions of the Great Rememberer" by Allen Ginsberg, Founding Father of the Beat Generation. A memoir of Jack Kerouac & Neal Cassady that takes off from the text of Kerouac's then-recently posthumously published Visions of Cody, this is.....[Item #3742]
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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Grand Forks, ND: University of North Dakota Press, 1987. First Printing. Softcover. Inscribed & signed to James Perrizo by Clayton Eshleman. This number of the venerable literary journal, chiefly edited by Robert W. Lewis, is sub-titled "Some Others: Contemporary American Poetry" & features the essay "Psyche's New Form: Eshleman's Myth of Transformation" by Paul Christensen. Clayton Eshleman is of course the acclaimed, award-winning poet, translator & scholar who has long.....[Item #3346]
Cherry Valley, NY: Cherry Valley Editions, 1977; 1978; 1979. First Printings. Stapled Wrappers. Four vintage, contiguous numbers of the literary review journal subtitled "A Small Press Review Magazine" co-published & with contributions by Legendary Literary Outlaw Charles Plymell, & chiefly edited by his wife & co-publisher Pamela Beach Plymell, productions of their Cherry Valley Editions imprint: (1) NRS Vol. 2 No. 8 & 9 (1977)- this issue features a lengthy.....[Item #4223]
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]