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  • CLEMENTS, Marshall (Michael McClure)
    A CATALOG OF WORKS BY MICHAEL McCLURE 1956-65

    Edition: First printing

    New York: Phoenix Book Shop, 1965. pp (viii), 36, [2]. stapled in beige card covers. Fine copy. A descriptive bibliography. Note: light parcel, any default shipping may be reduced.; Octavo

    Book ID: 50540
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  • WINSLOW, Pete, 1934-72
    A DAISY IN THE MEMORY OF A SHARK: poems 1970-71

    Edition: First printing

    San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1973. Squarish 16mo, card covers. Fine copy. Pocket Poems Series Number 31. A posthumous collection of surrealist poetry. Last book of this writer sometimes associated with the beats. He died at age 37, A scarce book. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.

    Book ID: 47166
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  • KNIGHT, Dale
    A LOT OF LOLITA

    Edition: First Edition

    Las Vegas, NV: Neva Paperbacks, 1967. Paperback original. Vertical reading crease to inner margin of front cover, VG otherwise, no other creases. "There were other girls for Rich - barmaids, call girls, beatnik dolls and bored housewives. But it all started with Lolita." Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.

    Book ID: 34291
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  • ANSTEE, Rod (Jacket Kerouac)
    A REVIEW OF JACK KEROUAC / SELECTED LETTERS 1940-1956

    Sudbury, MA: Water Row Press, 1995. pp (4), 11, stapled in pale blue card covers. Fine copy, signed by the author. Comprises the whole number of The Water Row Review Volume 4. Rod Anstee of Ottawa is one of the great Kerouac collectors and scholars. Note: lighter parcel, any default shipping price may be reduced.; Octavo; Signed by Author

    Book ID: 48262
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  • ARDINGER, Richard K. (John Clellon Holmes)
    AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WORKS BY JOHN CLELLON HOLMES

    Pocatello, Idaho: Idaho State University Press, 1979. pp (2), iv, (26), stapled in card covers. Photos. Slight yellowing to inner margins of covers, else fine. A descriptive bibliography of his few books, listing his many periodical contributions. Includes considerable comment by Holmes. A scarce little book about one of the earliest beats. Note: light parcel, any default shipping may be reduced.; Octavo

    Book ID: 50266
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  • (KEROUAC, Jack)
    An article contained on p 22 of LIFE magazine for 29 June, 1962

    Edition: First Edition

    Chicago: Time Inc, 1962. Folio, pictorial paper covers. Moderate creasing and rubbing to spine, narrow band of sunning to inner margin of rear cover, VG otherwise. Contains on p. 22 an article by Jack Kerouac on his classmate at Horace Mann School Eddie Gilbert, who is the subject of the Story of the Week. Front cover photos of the three leading candidates for the Senate seat of Massachusetts, Eddie McCormack, Teddy Kenney, and George Lodge.

    Book ID: 43961
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  • KEROUAC, Jack
    BEAT GENERATION. Introduction by A.M. Homes

    Edition: First of this edition

    New York: HarperCollins, 1995. Black boards. Fine copy. Jacket has vertical crease to front flap, else fine. Copy for review with (folded, creased) promo sheet laid in. A three act play written in 1957 and set in 1953. Note: lighter parcel, any default shipping price may be reduced.; Small octavo 0002007371

    Book ID: 48234
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  • HOREMANS, Rudi, editor
    BEAT INDEED !

    Edition: First Edition

    Antwerp, Belgium: Exa, 1985. Card covers. pp 256. A bit leaned, a bit of spine sunning; damp staining with tide mark to covers, consequent light rippling to early and late leaves; VG unworn copy otherwise. Contributions by John Montgomery, Gerald Nicosia, Carolyn Cassady, Ann Charters, and others. Uncommon.; Octavo 9070530600

    Book ID: 48250
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  • BLAKE, William (Allen Ginsberg)
    BLAKE'S GREATEST HITS

    Kansas City, MO: Blue Moon Records, 1982. 7 inch 33 RPM phonograph record. Side One contains Ah ! Sunflower and From a Transformation of the Book of Thel, by various musicians. Side Two contains Nurse's Song as performed by Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, Peter Orlovsky, and Steven Taylor, recorded 28 Nov., 1979, at De Kosmos in Amsterdam. Record appears to be in fine condition. Plain paper sleeve has somebody's email address in ink.

    Book ID: 52183
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  • Eaton, V.J., editor
    CATCHING UP WITH KEROUAC: getting Boulder on the road

    Phoenix, Arizona: The Literary Denim, 1984. Paper issue. pp (6), 118, in light blue card covers. Photos. Soft bruise to lower outer corners throughout, corner creases and mild soiling to rear cover, VG otherwise. Issued as a number of the irregular periodical The Literary Denim: a journal of beat literature. Contributions by Gerald Nicosia, John Clellon Holmes, Michael McClure, and otherwise. Note: lighter parcel, any default shipping price may be reduced.; Octavo

    Book ID: 48261
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  • MILES, editor (Barry Miles) (William S. Burroughs)
    DARAZT: An anthology

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Lovebooks, 1965. Narrow quarto, (18) pp, unpaged, stapled in white card covers. Stated edition of 500 numbered copies, this copy is not numbered. Fine copy. Contains 'Who is the walks beside you written 3rd' by William S. Burroughs, 'Three Collages about Sex Suppression and Repression, etc.' by Miles; 'Five Nudes in More or Less the Same Position' by John Hopkins, and 'Cable Street (revised version)' by Lee Harwood. Poetry, prose, collages, and erotic photography. Uncommon.

    Book ID: 31507
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  • (KEROUAC, Jack)
    ESCAPADE magazine, Vol III, no, 9, April 1959

    Derby, Connecticut: Bruce Publishing, 1959. pp 72 stapled in paper covers. Corner crease to last few leaves and rear cover, VG clean & unworn otherwise. Contains on pp 4-5 and 52 "The Beginning of Bop", an article by Jack Kerouac. Note: lighter parcel, any default shipping price may be reduced. ; Quarto

    Book ID: 48254
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  • (GINSBERG, Allen. William Eastlake. Richard Brautigan)
    EVERGREEN REVIEW no. 42. August, 1966

    New York: Evergreen Review, 1966. Quarto, paper covers. Cover photo of Ginsberg wearing an Uncle Sam hat as well as his "Fragments from a Diary". Also contributions by Brautigan, Eastlake, Wieners, Michael O’Donohue, and others. VG+

    Book ID: 34128
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  • Kerouac, Jack. Derek Walcott, John Ashbery
    EVERGREEN REVIEW No. 8

    New York: Grove Press. Spring 1959 issue. Derek Walcott, Pasternak, e.e. cummings, Lowell, Corso, Ginsberg, Ashbery, Troccni, Olson, and others, including on pp 57 "Belief & Technique for Modern Prose" by Jack Kerouac, a 30 item "List of Essentials", how to get your mind right and be a beat writer. Minor rubbing to spine folds, near fine otherwise. One of those things every serious Kerouac collectioni should have. Charters C44.; Octavo.

    Book ID: 54122
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  • EVERGREEN REVIEW. Volume 1, No. 2 by ROSSET, Barney and Donald Allen, editors
    ROSSET, Barney and Donald Allen, editors
    EVERGREEN REVIEW. Volume 1, No. 2

    Edition: First printing

    New York: Grove Press. no date (1957). Card covers. pp (160) + photos Spine has a reading crease and mild rubbing; bookplate inside front cover; soil spots to rear cover; corner crease to front cover; else a VG unworn copy. The seminal "San Francisco Scene" issue which introduced the beats to a large audience. Contains "Howl" (previously published), "October in the Railroad Earth". one of Kerouac's finest prose pieces, and contributors by Rexroth, Duncan, Snyder, Whalen, McClure, Spicer, Henry Miller, and others. ; Octavo

    Book ID: 53498
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  • [William S. Burroughs]
    EVERGREEN REVIEW Volume 5 No. 20, September-October 1961

    New York: Evergreen Review. Sept - Oct 1961 issue. William S. Burroughs ("Comments on the Night before Thinking"), McClure, Behan (complete play, "The Big House"), Creeley, Mayakovsky, Paz, others. Ink name inside front cover, VG otherwise. ; Octavo.

    Book ID: 22435
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  • [William S. Burroughs]
    EVERGREEN REVIEW Volume 5 Number.16. January-February 1961

    New York: 1961. Contains three excerpts (pp 18-31) from William S. Burroughs' NAKED LUNCH, not yet published in the USA. Also Corso, Paul Goodman, George Grosz, others. Rubbing to one corner of front cover, ink name at front, VG otherwise. ; Octavo.

    Book ID: 54123
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  • SILESKY, Barry
    FERLINGHETTI: the artist in his time

    Edition: First printing

    New York: Warner Books, 1990. Cloth and boards. Top page edges a little dusty, else fine in fine jacket.; Octavo

    Book ID: 50277
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  • FLEE THE ANGRY STANGERS by MANDEL, George
    MANDEL, George
    FLEE THE ANGRY STANGERS

    Edition: First printing

    Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1952. Red cloth. Soft bump to upper outer corners of covers, some yellowing to page edges, VG clean and unworn copy otherwise, no owner names. The dust jacket has rubbing to ends and folds of slightly darkened spine, with a small rubbed hole an inch above the bottom; rear panel has some yellowing, mild soiling, creased tear to upper outer corner, creased nicks to bottom edge; in all just good, but still presentable in appearance, flap price intact. "A Novel of Drug Addicts and Their World." A protocol-beat novel, published the same year as the first beat novel, GO, by John Clellon Holmes. About a young girl runaway to Greenwich Village, starts with the "gateway" drug marijuana,…

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    Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1952. Red cloth. Soft bump to upper outer corners of covers, some yellowing to page edges, VG clean and unworn copy otherwise, no owner names. The dust jacket has rubbing to ends and folds of slightly darkened spine, with a small rubbed hole an inch above the bottom; rear panel has some yellowing, mild soiling, creased tear to upper outer corner, creased nicks to bottom edge; in all just good, but still presentable in appearance, flap price intact. "A Novel of Drug Addicts and Their World." A protocol-beat novel, published the same year as the first beat novel, GO, by John Clellon Holmes. About a young girl runaway to Greenwich Village, starts with the "gateway" drug marijuana, and of course she ends up hooked on horse, as did every pot smoker in those days according to the prevailing conventional wisdom. Characters include "the boy Dincher, playing his golden horn to satisfy a hunger he cannot describe; gentle, lost Lukey the Swede, preaching his philosophy of 'escapology'; menacing, stupid Buster, carving celluloid rings with a terrifying knife; the prostitute Lizzie, searching always for real affection; Izzie the Ghost, trailing terror through the Village in his desperate search for drugs." Mandel was from Coney Island and lived in the Village for five years after the war. This was Mandel's first novel; he went on to publish several more. ; Octavo

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    Book ID: 48357
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  • KHERDIAN, David
    GARY SNYDER : a biographical sketch and descriptive checklist

    Edition: First printing

    Berkeley, CA: Oyez, 1965. pp [2]. 30, [2], stapled in card covers with flaps. Erratum slip bound in. Covers have some sunning, rippling, minor spotting; soft ripples to first leaf; VG otherwise. Note: light parcel, any default shipping may be reduced.; Octavo

    Book ID: 50665
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