Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto Shoin International Co., Ltd., 1992. First Edition. Hardcover. A large-format art book-catalog with beautiful reproductions of William S. Burroughs' artworks from two 1990 exhibitions: "Paper Cloud," a series of painted file folders shown at the Seed Hall in Tokyo & Akarenga Hall in Sapporo, Japan during June & July; & "Thick Pages," a series of works on handmade paper with mixed media shown at Steven Lowe's Gallery.....[Item #2983]
THE STARTLING PROPHECIES OF WSB
The April Monthly Feature is dedicated to WSB--and I think you know why. There are a multitude of points in Burroughs' writing where he warns us of coming apocalyptic phenomena--viruses among them. Check out the new edition of "Blade Runner: A Movie" in our special for just one of hundreds of prophetic warnings issued by WSB in his writing. It's only fitting that we once again dedicate our special to him during this historic time in American--and World--history.
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Seattle, WA: Fantagraphics Books, Inc., 2012. First Printing. Hardcover. "This is the definitive collection of the images from the great graphic novel that never was- Ah Pook Is Here by literary icon William S. Burroughs and Emmy Award-winning artist Malcolm Mc Neill./Burroughs and Mc Neill toiled on their daring new concept for a "word/image novel" throughout the 1970s and Mc Neill produced a cornucopia of paintings and other images for.....[Item #1841]
Seattle, WA: Fantagraphics Books, Inc., 2012. First Printing. Hardcover. "The saga of how (William S. Burroughs and Malcolm Mc Neill) began working together, how they embarked upon a quixotic quest to create a "word/image novel" the likes of which the world had never seen...their struggle to bring it to the public ultimately collapsed in dashed hopes and broken dreams is the stuff of legend...(a) complimentary volume to The Lost Art.....[Item #1842]
Munich, Germany; London, England & New York, NY: Prestel Verlag, 2014. First Edition. Hardcover. "Taking Shots, its title playing on the symbolic and overt connections between Burroughs the heroin user, Burroughs the firearms obsessive and Burroughs the photographer, is the first major exhibition and publication to explore his photography on its own terms and to examine the ways Burroughs used the camera as an aesthetic and recording device...Our intention in.....[Item #3204]