Ecological Hegemony (1) w/The Feng Shui of Modern Living (2) -- Two Letterpress Cards. Richard Krech.
Ecological Hegemony (1) w/The Feng Shui of Modern Living (2) -- Two Letterpress Cards
Ecological Hegemony (1) w/The Feng Shui of Modern Living (2) -- Two Letterpress Cards
Ecological Hegemony (1) w/The Feng Shui of Modern Living (2) -- Two Letterpress Cards

Ecological Hegemony (1) w/The Feng Shui of Modern Living (2) -- Two Letterpress Cards

Dover, DE / N/P: Bottle of Smoke Press / N/P, 2011. First Printing. Single Sheets. Signed & Inscribed by Richard Krech to Iconic Literary Outlaw Charles Plymell, co-founder of Cherry Valley Editions. Richard Krech was born in 1946 in Berkeley, California, and by age 17 had immersed himself in Civil Rights & Anti-War activities. His experience as an activist in these movements propelled him to write, and at 21 he had his first book published by legendary underground publisher, poet, & marijuana activist d.a. levy in Cleveland, Ohio in 1967. "He published a poetry magazine, The Avalanche, which lasted five issues. Along with the The Avalanche, Krech published several chapbooks under his Undermine Press imprint and sponsored weekly poetry readings at a Telegraph Avenue bookstore in Berkeley from 1966 to 1969. His poetry appeared in various small magazines around the country including Work (from John Sinclair's Artists Workshop Press in Detroit), Ole, Manhattan Review, City Light's Journal for the Protection of all Beings, and Kauri. During that time, and afterwards, he wrote for the underground press, including the Berkeley Barb, the San Francisco Express Times, the Seattle Helix and other publications." (Big Bridge Magazine, Richard Krech Bio and Bibliography, N/D). A little-known figure in the rebel literary canon, Krech is a figure whose associations & little-known wit & talent will draw readers in the years to come. (1) In very fine condition with slight rubbing to recto; small vertical crease at rightmost fine-edge of same just below center-middle; tiny bump at same just above center-middle. Signed in thick black pen by Richard Krech to Charles Plymell. Signature reads: "for Charles, / always dodging those / bullets & politicians / Richard 6/6/11." (2) In very fine condition with only tiniest bumps at top left, bottom left corners of recto. Signature reads: "Charles, / We put hundreds / of these in books / in bookstores all / over the world / surreptitiously! / Richard / 6/6/11." Very Fine. [Item #2881]

Price: $30.00