Ron Sauter. Northridge, CA: Lord John Press, 1978. Limited First Edition, Presentation Copy. Single Sheet. Presentation Copy signed by poet William Everson & illustrator Ron Sauter. A broadside (13"x20") with the title poem by William Everson (1912-1996), the great San Francisco Renaissance poet who became known as the "Beat Friar" after joining the Dominican order, which he left later in life to marry a young woman. With a riveting illustration.....[Item #2095]
SEPTEMBER FEATURE: Broadsides, Sleepers & Deep Cuts
In the September Feature, we've got items by the enigmatic & mysterious PETE WINSLOW; RAY BREMSER; IRA COHEN; ROBERT CREELEY; DIANE DI PRIMA; ED DORN [including the extremely rare first issue of Dorn's Mimeo Mag "Wild Dog"]; WILLIAM EVERSON; LAWRENCE FERLINGHETTI; ANAIS NIN; CLIVE MATSON; ALLEN GINSBERG; HERBERT HUNCKE; LEROI JONES/AMIRI BARAKA; JACK KEROUAC & MORE.
The items we picked this time around are things we feel are easy to look over or "miss," but at great detriment to the Beat Enthusiast or Scholar. These are the "Deep Cuts." You know Allen Ginsberg, but have you read Bremser's "Poems of Madness," which Allen wrote the introduction to? This is the theme of this month's special. Great things you might have missed, but really shouldn't!
So, enjoy this month's special, "Broadsides, Sleepers & Deep Cuts" --featuring 30 items discounted at 10-35% off for the month of September ONLY!
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San Francisco, CA: Privately Printed by the Author, 1979. First Printing. Broadside. A broadside (8" & 1/2" x 11") reprinting a poem-editorial originally published in the New York Times on May 12, 1979. "A Nation of Sheep" is a litany on the molding of the continent resultant from the atomic burst of money-grabbing entrepreneurial activity that gave birth to super industry America. Yet another of Lawrence Ferlinghetti's time-tested classics, the.....[Item #2549]
n/p: Unknown, 1969. First Printing. Single Sheet. A broadside (7"x13") with the title poem by Michael McClure, among the primary poet-playwrights of the San Francisco Renaissance, the Beat Generation & beyond. According to poet Michael C. Ford in an interview conducted by Michael Limnios in 2014, "A police chopper hovering over very visible campus unrest randomly strafed an area of (People's Park) where a student named James B. Rector was.....[Item #2246]
San Francisco, CA: Glide Memorial Church, Circa 1967. First Printing. Single Sheet. A broadside-poster (14"x20") announcing a "Poetry Fiesta" with "music and Dancers," featuring readings by poets Lenore Kandel, Margaret Randall, Marcus Ulewicz & Lew Welch, held at the Glide Memorial Church in San Francisco on December 16, (circa) 1967. Welch (1926-1971?), among the primary poets of the Beat Generation & the San Francisco Renaissance, famously disappeared in 1971, a......[Item #2497]
Robert LaVigne. San Francisco, CA: The Auerhahn Press. First Edition. Softcover. A collection of many shorter poems & prose-poems, among the earliest publications by Philip Whalen. A giant of 20th-century American poetry closely associated with the Beat Generation, especially Gary Snyder & Lew Welch, he was a participant in the legendary Sixth Gallery reading in San Francisco where Allen Ginsberg first read Howl. Produced by Dave Haselwood's Auerhahn Press, publisher.....[Item #1720]