n/p: Unknown, n/d (circa 1971). First Printing. Single Sheet. Signed by Diane di Prima. A broadside (6"x17") with the twenty-first poem of the Revolutionary Letters collection by Diane di Prima, a pioneering woman of the Beat Generation & beyond. The Revolutionary Letters were collectively published & added to in book form in various editions during the late 1960s through early 1970s, self-published by the poet & by various imprints including.....[Item #2035]
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New York, NY: Grove Press/Evergreen Books, 1958. First Softcover Edition. Softcover. "In the fall of 1953, when the atmosphere of conformity seemed thickest in America, a group of writers began publishing DISSENT, a quarterly journal of democratic-socialist opinion. VOICES OF DISSENT contains some of the best and most provocative articles which appeared in the quarterly during its first five years."(from back cover) This is the first softcover edition, large format.....[Item #2381]
San Francisco, CA: City Lights Books, 1966 / 1969 (1968). First Edition, Second Printing / Second Printing. Softcover. Offered here in a bundle package are two classic Beat works from Carl Solomon, dedicatee of Allen Ginsberg's celebrated "Howl & Other Poems." A note of bibliographical specificity: most internet sellers' descriptions of Solomon's first title, "Mishaps, Perhaps" claim it as a "first edition," because a second printing is not listed on.....[Item #2985]