Playing For Keeps: from The Free-Fall Chronicles. Peter Coyote.
Playing For Keeps: from The Free-Fall Chronicles
Playing For Keeps: from The Free-Fall Chronicles
Playing For Keeps: from The Free-Fall Chronicles

Playing For Keeps: from The Free-Fall Chronicles

Coventry, England: Beat Scene Press, 2018. Limited First Edition. Stapled Wrappers. "Putting Peter Coyote's life into a few words would be impossible. He is an actor and writer. You may know his distinctive voice from so many documentaries and movies. He was a Digger and remembers those turbulent times well." (front flap) An essay by Peter Coyote, the acclaimed actor, screenwriter, director & author, about his experiences as a founding member of the Diggers, the legendary countercultural theatrical-mime troupe that flourished in San Francisco during the 1960s. Number 64 in the series of chapbooks produced by Kevin Ring in the UK. As noted in colophon, this is from a limited edition of 120 copies published in April 2018, this is hand-numbered copy No. 9/120. As noted, "In 1998 the excellent Counterpoint Press published Peter Coyote's memoirs of a life as a Digger as Sleeping Where I Fall. Prior to that Peter had written preliminary word sketches as possible chapters for the book. In later years these sketches appeared on the Digger site. This essay,Playing For Keeps, originally appeared on that Digger site." Another beautiful production in this outstanding series by the editor-publisher of the indispensable Beat Scene Magazine; an instant collectible rarity. In very fine condition with only one small bump with faint creases at upper right corner of front cover & flap, otherwise as new. Very Fine. [Item #3452]

Price: $35.00