Washington DC: The Black Sun Press / Caresse Crosby, 1950 (1948). Second Edition (In This Case Also Referred to as the "Trade" Edition"). Stapled Wrappers. When Charles Olson arrived at an already historic Black Mountain College, he had only this book of poems and his study of Melville, "Call Me Ishmael" (1947) published under his name. To think of all that Olson published post-Black Mountain, and his rising fame in...[Item #3094]
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London, England: Cape Goliard Press, 1970. First Edition. Hardcover. A primary source book for innumerable mid-century masters & beyond, Charles Olson's monumental "Archaeologist of Morning" can be seen as Olson's 'Collected Poems' outside of his famed "Maximus" series, as it contains all the poems Olson himself actually approved for publication in his lifetime not intended for the Maximus series. As such, it contains "Y & X," "In Cold Hell, In...[Item #3095]
Coventry, England: The Beat Scene Press, 2015. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. Signed by Iain Sinclair. Numbered Limited Edition (#44/125). In this special, signed limited edition chapbook from Kevin Ring's The Beat Scene Press, poet, essayist & critic Iain Sinclair delivers a sharp & scholastic piece on Charles Olson. Olson is the foremost influential giant of the Black Mountain School, whose larger-than-life character & catalog continue to be mined as an...[Item #2650]