New York, NY: George Braziller, 1964. First Edition. Hardcover. "Each one of us wanted to cry out, somehow to express our shock and horror at the assassination of the President. Each one of us tried to say in conversation what we felt, but essentially we were mute. Our gestures were helpless; our impulses somehow to monumentalize those days, to hold them and not let them sink into banality and acceptance-.....[Item #3937]
TMB HOLIDAY SALE, PT. 2 || The Excessively Gift-able
Below, you'll find the FINAL segment of our annual, TWO PART Holiday Sale-&-Feature, featuring a suite of items we unhesitatingly declare to be "excessively gift-able" -- in a price range friendly to most all wallets, and sacrificing nothing in the way of content or desirability.
ALL ON SALE for 10-30% OFF THROUGH DECEMBER!
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Buffalo, NY: White Pine Press, 2004. First Edition. Softcover. Signed by co-translator Thomas Rain Crowe. "10,000 Dawns is an extremely rare and touching book that documents two poets of equal artistry writing poems to each other with deep intimacy and serious play of language for that which is often beyond words. Deeply translated by Thomas Rain Crowe and Nan Watkins, this illuminating correspondence is as essential a work of hard-core.....[Item #3909]
New York, NY: Abrams, 2010. First Edition. Hardcover. "The National Lampoon rose like a rocket: Launched during the late Vietnam years, it climbed through the drug-addled countercultural haze of the early 1970s to orbit an American scene desperately in need of a laugh. If the magazine had a point of view, it was that everybody and everything was fair game: raving right-wing lunatics, tie-dyed peaceniks, tedious noodniks; all were offended.....[Item #4823]