Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin / The Riverside Press, 1941 (1960). First Edition Thus. Hardcover. "In the summer of 1936, James Agee and Walker Evans were sent on a journalistic assignment to discover and disclose the actual daily lives of typical sharecropper families in the South. They found and lived with three families for one month, and put together words and photographs that were eloquent, original, and devastating. 'Let Us Now.....[Item #4564]
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San Francisco, CA: Searchlight Publishing, 1978 (Reprinted 1988). Second Printing. Loose Folded Sheets. This penultimate number of the musical, cultural & literary underground journal originally published & edited by V. Vale features an interview with William S. Burroughs conducted by Ray Rumor (undoubtedly a pseudonym). In this transcribed interview, WSB opines on cultural-societal, political & even economic topics- very few of his statements relate, at least directly, to his literary.....[Item #4659]
New York, NY: Truck Books & Pomerica Press, 1979. First Edition. Hardcover. A biography of the early, legendary baseball player Philip "Phil" Douglas (1890-1952), whose mastery of the tricky & eventually banned "spitball" pitching method was his glory (he even struck out Babe Ruth) & sudden undoing. The author, Tom Clark (1941-2018) is the great & prolific American poet, editor & biographer who is associated with the New York School.....[Item #3719]