Santa Barbara, CA: Cadmus Editions, 1980. Limited First Edition. Hardcover. Signed by Tom Clark. "I do not believe the State, a deity of illusion, least of all against its own hallucinations. The CIA giveth, the CIA taketh away. But the powers that be would be well advised to deport (Chogyam) Trungpa to his native land, where after due reprocessing he might be given a hoe and sent to a commune.....[Item #3791]
JANUARY FEATURE: TOM CLARK, CHARLES PLYMELL & MORE
2021's inaugural installment of our Monthly Features spotlights two lions of our increasingly-intriguing category, "The Prolific & Underappreciated" -- Tom Clark & Charles Plymell--along with a beatiful selection of vintage, early issues of The Paris Review. Many of these selections enjoy one-of-a-kind distinctions, such as gorgeous hand-drawn illustrations by Clark.
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San Francisco, CA: 1965. Original Artwork. Original Collage Artwork on Stiff Board. Original Collage Artwork by Charles Plymell. By 1965, Charles Plymell was at the forefront of avant-garde printing & publishing, and like other legendary Beat authors and artists, had lived at 1403 Gough St. in San Francisco. Contextualizing the larger literary scene at the time, what is nebulously referred to as “The Mimeograph Revolution” was well under way. Ed.....[Item #2909]