Seattle, WA: Double Elephant Folio & Quarto Co., Inc., 1969. First Edition Thus. Softcover. A very large (appx. 11&1/3" x 13&2/3") folio with very high-quality facsimile reproductions of engraved illustrations by the iconic British artist, poet & printer William Blake. As explained in colophon, "This book has been printed by photo-offset lithography from the original edition of 1804. It is number three in the Double Elephant- San Vito Press series.....[Item #3601]
NEW YEAR'S SPECIAL: RABBIT HOLES & RECENT ARRIVALS
The January Sale-&-Feature -- titled "Rabbit Holes & Recent Arrivals" -- culls numerous choice cuts (all from the Weekly Uploads to the site we made in 2021). Choice cuts that, for one reason or the other, seem to "fly under the radar" in a way that many similar items don't.
As for the "Rabbit Holes," we mean works that spark potentially lifelong interest in their authors, or, if biographical, their subjects.
ALL ITEMS that are a part of the TMB "Rabbit Holes & Recent Arrivals" New Year's Special are on sale for 10-30% off for the Month of JANUARY ONLY!
Happy New Year, to All of Our Fellow Beat-&-Beyonders!
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New York, NY: Grove Press Inc. / Evergreen Books Ltd., 1961. First Printing. Softcover in Sewn Binding. "Here is the complete Kerouac text, with photos selected by Robert Frank from the film Pull My Daisy- a short cinematographic exhibition of "Beat" life in a Bowery "pad" on New York's Lower East Side, with spontaneous performances by poets Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, and Peter Orlovsky, painter Larry Rivers, composer David Amram.....[Item #4822]
Los Angeles, CA: Black Sparrow Press, 1970. Limited First Edition. Hardcover. Signed & Numbered (Twice) by Gerard Malanga. "Eight of the ten poems were selected from my most recent work-in-progress, 'The Notebooks.' Through numerous revisions I have given the individual poems by this time a perfection of which I was obviously incapable earlier. For through the process of revision I have learned to differentiate what's false to my poetry from.....[Item #4847]