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  • SHANGE, Ntozake
    A DAUGHTER'S GEOGRAPHY

    New York: St Martins Press, c1983. Later printing (1991). Tall card covers. pp 74, [6]. Sunning to spine and upper and inner margins of front cover, VG uncreased copy otherwise. Signed by the author pn p. 37 . Poetry. ; Signed by Author

    Book ID: 41431
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  • WARD, Frederick
    A ROOM FULL OF BALLOONS. With Paintings by Jim Shirley.

    Edition: First printing

    Montreal: Tundra Books, 1981. Black cloth. Fine copy. Jacket sticker stain and sunning to top margin of front panel; VG otherwise. 8 colour plates. "A ROOM FULL OF BALLOONS is based on a true incident that Fred Ward heard of in his exploration of the black experience in Nova Scotia: a black boy is expelled from shcool for refusing to read LITTLE BLACK SAMBO aloud in class. He is sent to a school for retarded children, and when he continues his defiance - this time for refusing to knit - he is locked in the school closet each day." Author and illustrator are African-American immigrants to Nova Scotia.

    Book ID: 41465
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  • PESCHI, David
    AMISTAD (proof copy)

    Edition: First printing

    New York: Marlowe & Company, 1997. Octavo, light blue card covers. Advance uncorrected proof. VG copy, no owner names. A fine novel, basis of the film, about one of the USA's first battles for civil rights. Mutiny aboard a Spanish slave ship which landed in New London, CT, in 1839. The slaves won their case in the Supreme Court, defended by John Quincy Adams

    Book ID: 41737
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  • LARSEN, Nella
    AN INTIMATION OF THINGS DISTANT: the collected fiction of Nella Larsen

    New York: Anchor Books / Doubleday, c1992. Fourth printing. Card covers. Text paper a little toned, very nearly fine otherwise. No hardcover issue.; Octavo

    Book ID: 53913
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  • HILL, Lawrence
    ANY KNOWN BLOOD (inscribed copy)

    Edition: First Edition

    Toronto: HarperCollins (Harper Collins), 1997. Inscribed by Author; Cloth & boards. Top page edges dusty, else fine in fine jacket. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR on the title page and further INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR on the half-title leaf, signed "Larry" . Second novel of this African-Canadian author, with blurbs on rear panel from Joyce Carol Oates, John Barth, and Austin C. Clarke. Note: bit over 1 kg parcel, extra shipping may be required.; Signed by Author

    Book ID: 9531
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  • JOANS, Ted
    ARODISIA: new poems

    Edition: First printing

    New York: Hill and Wang, 1970. Black cloth, red endpapers. pp x, 150. Fine copy. Price-clipped jacket faded on spine and inner margin of front cover, VG otherwise.; Signed by

    Book ID: 41405
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  • SHANGE, Ntozake
    BETSY BROWN: A Novel

    Edition: First printing

    New York: St. Martin's Press, 1985. Cloth & boards. Fine copy. Beige jacket has sunning to spine and inner margins of panels, else fine. Her second novel, about a 13 year old black girl in St. Louis in 1959, the year the public schools were integrated there.

    Book ID: 4486
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  • NERN, Daniel D.
    BLACK AS NIGHT

    Edition: Firsr printing

    Boston: Beacon Press, 1958. Cloth & boards. Small sticker stain on front pastedown, yellowing to page edges, else fine. Price-clippd jacket has sticker stain on front panel, very small rubbed chip at foot of lightly yellowed spine, VG otherwise. A novel of racial violence in Atlanta and Chicago, by a white author. Uncommon book.

    Book ID: 41426
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  • MOSLEY, Walter
    BLACK BETTY (inscribed)

    New York: Norton, (copyright 1994). Inscribed by Author; Second printing. Black cloth and boards. Front cover a mite bowed, else fine. Jacket has soft creases to spine tips, light rubbing and rippling to panels, else fine. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR to title page "For ____ thanks for your support. Walter Mosley".; Octavo; Signed by Author

    Book ID: 9321
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  • WRIGHT, Richard
    BLACK POWER. A Record of Reactions in a Land of Pathos.

    Edition: Firsr printing

    New York: Harper, 1954. Black cloth and maroon board, yellow endpaper maps. Yellowing to page edges, else fine. Price-clipped jacket has tiny rubbed chips to spine ends and outer corners, VG otherwise. The noted African-American novelist's account of his trip to Africa's Gold Coast.

    Book ID: 43283
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  • WRIGHT, Richard
    BLACK POWER. A Record of Reactions in a Land of Pathos.

    Edition: Firsr printing

    New York: Harper, 1954. Black cloth and maroon boards. Slight shelf rubbing to foot of spine, lower edges of covers, outer corners; near fine otherwise, no previous owner marks. Dust jacket spine has some sunning, rubbing to front spine fold, small rubbed chips to spine tips; very small chips to outer corners; in all, VG, flap price intact. The noted African-American novelist's account of his trip to Africa's Gold Coast.

    Book ID: 12235
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  • GIOVANNI, Nikki
    BLUES: For All the Changes. New Poems (proof copy)

    Edition: Firsr printing

    New York: Morrow, 1999. ADVANCE UNCORRECTED PROOF in white glossy photographic card covers. Fine copy of this collection of 51 new poems.

    Book ID: 6700
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  • TYNES, Maxine
    BORROWED BEAUTY.

    Edition: First printing

    Porters Lake, Nova Scotia: Pottersfield Press, 1987. (73), (7) pp, card covers (not issued in hardcover). Yellowing to page edges, text paper lightly toned, else a fine copy. A first book of poetry from this African-Canadian author from Nova Scotia. Unsually for a Canadian poetry book, the first printing sold out in a few months' time and was in its 3rd printing by 1990.

    Book ID: 7570
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  • KICHWA, Morena (pseud. of Harold Head)
    BUSHMAN'S BREW

    Edition: First printing

    Toronto: Goathair Press, 1974. pp [36], unpaged, stapled in black and white card covers. Copy for review with sheet laid in. Very small abrasion to upper outer corner of front cover, else fine. First book, a collection of poetry by this South Afican exile, who George Elliott Clarke reckons was the first Africa-born literary author to publish in Canada. Scarce book. Note: light parcel, any default postage rate will be reduced.

    Book ID: 42040
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  • KICHWA, Morena (pseud. of Harold Head)
    BUSHMAN'S BREW

    Edition: First printing

    Toronto: Goathair Press, 1974. pp [36], unpaged, stapled in black and white card covers. Fine copy. First book, a collection of poetry by this South Afican exile, who George Elliott Clarke reckons was the first Africa-born literary author to publish in Canada. Scarce book. Note: light parcel, any default postage rate will be reduced.

    Book ID: 42041
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  • DORSINVILLE, Max
    CALIBAN WITHOUT PROSPERO: essay on Quebec and black literature

    Edition: First printing

    Erin, ON: Press Porcépic, 1974. Paper issue in red card covers, illustrated endpapers. pp 227, [13]. Illustrated with photos.Spiine lightly darkened, else fine. Author is a Haitian immigrant to Quebec.; Octavo

    Book ID: 49489
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  • Head, Harold, editor
    Canada in Us Now

    Edition: First printing

    Toronto: New Press, 1976. Purports to be "The First Anthology of Black Poetry and Prose in Canada." Blue cloth. pp 144. Fine copy. Jacket has some rubbing to rear panel and lightly to rear spine fold, else fine, no fading to the red spine. Contributions by Austin Clarke, Harold Sonny Ladoo, Charles Roach, Dionne Brand, the editor, Arthur Nortje, and others. This hardcover issue is scarce and the paper issue is not common. ; Octavo

    Book ID: 48419
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  • ELDER, Lonne, III
    CEREMONIES IN DARK OLD MEN.

    Edition: First printing

    New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1969. Blue cloth, spine lettered in gilt. Pictorial dustjacket printed in black and white, with a photo of actors in a scene from the play. Soft bruise to lower outer corners of covers, lightening to inner margins of endpapers, yellowing to fore edges, else fine Jacket has nicks at head of spine, else fine, flap price intact. Author's first play and the first play by an African-American to be nominated for a Pulitzer Prize

    Book ID: 951
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  • NAYLOR, (Gloria, editor).
    CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT. The Best Short Stories by Black Writers 1967 to the Present.

    Edition: First printing

    Boston: Little, Brown, 1995. First printing. Cloth & boards. xx, (572) pp. Fine copy. Metallic gilt jacket has minor rubbing, surface scratches, VG+ otherwise. Note: 1.5 kg parcel, extra shipping will be required.

    Book ID: 9249
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  • SIMMONDS, Herbert
    CORNER BOY

    Edition: First printing

    Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1957. Black cloth. Slight rubbing to spine ends, light foxing to top page edges, yellowing to fore edges, VG otherwise. Dust jacket has rubbing and shallow chips to ends of spine; shallow chip at top rear panel, rubbing to edges; good. A novel of a black teenage gang leader and dope pusher, it won a Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship Award.

    Book ID: 41445
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