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A Bukowski Sampler, Bukowski, Charles; Blazek, Douglas (editor)
1 Bukowski, Charles; Blazek, Douglas (editor) A Bukowski Sampler
(n.p.) 0912518022 / 9780912518022 Stapled wraps Very Good 
An unmarked copy in dust soiled creme wrappers. Reprint edition, circa late 70's or early 80s. Includes an excerpt from The Way the Dead Love. No place of publication stated, and no printed price on the cover. Copyright page states 1969, as does the Douglas Blazek introduction. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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Thomas Jefferson Memorial Lectures (15 Numbered Pamphlets), Carter, Harvey L.; Dabney, William M.; Geiger, Louis G., Fredricks, Shirley; Rugg, Glennys; Ashby, Le Roy; Carter, Carrol Joe; Reddin, Paul; Storey, Brit Allan; Peterson, Norma L.; Nash, Angeline Myers; Leader, Jeanne P.; Wood, James C.; Gillson, Gordon
2 Carter, Harvey L.; Dabney, William M.; Geiger, Louis G., Fredricks, Shirley; Rugg, Glennys; Ashby, Le Roy; Carter, Carrol Joe; Reddin, Paul; Storey, Brit Allan; Peterson, Norma L.; Nash, Angeline Myers; Leader, Jeanne P.; Wood, James C.; Gillson, Gordon Thomas Jefferson Memorial Lectures (15 Numbered Pamphlets)
Alamosa, Colorado Adams State College 1969-82 Softcover Very Good 
15 pamphlets from 1969-1982, lacking 1981, each one numbered 9 of 250 numbered copies. Creasing to the covers. A series of lectures presented on the occasion of the celebration of the Anniversary of the birth of Thomas Jefferson. The issue from 1970 is a Memorial Program with a list of participants, and important dates in Jefferson's life. The issue from 1975 features the found poems of Angeline Myers Nash, a pioneer from Illinois who crossed the frontier and settled in Monte Vista, Colorado, 1888. Adams and the Ku Klux Klan by Carrol Joe Carter describes the battle William H. Adams had with the Klan while he was Governor of Colorado. Refleciones en los Camposantos looks at rural 18th century cemeteries in what is now Colorado's San Luis Valley. Two non Jefferson series pamphlets are part of the 15 total; A New Isolationism by Fred A. Sondermann and a scarce 1974 feminist lecture, Women Can Turn the World Right Side Up by Marcia R. Luce. OCLC locates only about half of these pamphlets. 
Price: 175.00 USD
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A Complete Archive of the Synaesthesia Press, Charles Bukowski/Richard Brautigan/Chris Offutt/Roxie Powell/Tim O'Brien/Barry Gifford/Harold Norse/Charles Plymell/Denis Johnson
3 Charles Bukowski/Richard Brautigan/Chris Offutt/Roxie Powell/Tim O'Brien/Barry Gifford/Harold Norse/Charles Plymell/Denis Johnson A Complete Archive of the Synaesthesia Press
Tempe, AZ Synaesthesia Press 1992-2012 First Edition VG 
A complete archive for Synaesthesia Press, founded in 1991 by Jim Camp and Steve Fisher. Includes material not issued commercially, including a boxed set of proof photos taken at Gonerfest 2012 in Memphis. 4 Poets: Charles Bukowski, Steve Fisher, Lawrence Ferlingheti, Denis Johnson. No. 167 of 243 numbered copies. [1995]. *Fisher, Steve. Rock Salt and Glissandos. *Loney, Mike. The Wait. Signed. Folding keepsake leaflet with poetry; Friends [and] Enemies, a prospectus for 2 short stories by Tim O'Brien, with only 125 copies published. [2001]. * Pritchard, Jim. The Neighbors. 1 of 98 copies, signed with an original full-page ink drawing. [1995]. *Maynard, Joe. Grampa Odis. No. 36 of 50 copies, signed. [1995]. *Litzky, Tsaurah. Blessing Poems. No. 11 of 50 copies, signed. [1996]. *di Michele, A. The Mollifier. No. 28 of 50 copies, signed. 1996. *Micheline, Jack, et al. Bad, Mad and Dying. 2 copies: Letter U of 26 hand-lettered copies, signed by all 3 contributors with original hand-colored picture poem as covers by Micheline; also regular issue of 100 copies. [1997]. *Gifford, Barry. The Strangest One of All. Letter N of 26 copies, with 3 extra woodblock prints & mailed printed postcard, all inside envelope, signed by author & artist. [1998]. * Norse, Harold. Sniffing Keyholes. No. 92 of 100 copies, signed, with mailed printed postcard. [1998]. * Plymell, Charles. Journals From Lysidia. Letter V of 26 copies, signed, with extra suite of 3 prints, laid in, in tissue jacket. [1999]. *Offutt, Chris. A Dog & His Boy. No. 4 of 50 copies, with printed mailing postcard, laid in. [2000]. * Brautigan, Richard. Four Poems. 1 of 26 lettered copies, signed by publisher. [2000]. * 3 small broadside cards by Roxie Powell, Nos. 4 of 34 copies, 39 copies & 41 copies. [2000]. * Powell, Roxie. Wild Whispers. No. 4 of 99 copies, signed. [2000]. * Friends [and] Enemies. No. 4 of 99 copies. [2001]. Friends [and] Enemies. Copy Y of 26 lettered copies issued in a metal canister. * A broadside prospectus for Friends [and] Enemies. Gifford, Barry. The Lost Christmas and Other Stories. No. 4 of 99 copies, signed. [2002]. * Frazer, Bonnie. The Village Scene. No. 4 of 10 'Patron' copies (of a 176 total print run), signed. [2000]. * Volta I. (Poems by Brautigan, Bukowski, etc.). 1 of 50 copies, signed & addressed in hand by the publisher to Larry Hyde, with mailing envelope. 2003. * Volta 2. One of 100 copies in the original mailing envelope, still sealed. Gifford, Barry. Elegies by.... (With 'On Viewing the Manuscript Scroll of Jack Kerouac's On the Road in the Tosca Bar, San Francisco.' No. 4 of 10 'Patron' copies, signed. [2004]. * Andre-Driussi & Turner, eds. Snake's-hands: a chapbook about the fiction of John Crowley. [2001]. * Nisbet, Jim. Small Apt. Photos by Shelly Vogel. Signed by Nisbet. Thumbscrew Press, [1992]. * 8 full one-page typed letters signed by Jim Camp, Synaesthesia Press publisher / president, all to the late Larry Hyde, dating from February 2000 to March 2005, including the story behind the controversial publication of Chris Offutt's A Dog & His Boy. Some of these items were never offered for sale, and were sent to Mr. Hyde as a Patron of the Press. Occasional slight wear, mostly in fine condition. 
Price: 2500.00 USD
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Autographed Letters from Mystery Authors to a Book Collector, Jackson, Jon A.; Ramos, Manuel; Van Gieson, Judith; Schopen, Bernard; Van de Wetering, Janwillem; Satterthwait, Walter; Harris, Fred; Shelton, Connie
4 Jackson, Jon A.; Ramos, Manuel; Van Gieson, Judith; Schopen, Bernard; Van de Wetering, Janwillem; Satterthwait, Walter; Harris, Fred; Shelton, Connie Autographed Letters from Mystery Authors to a Book Collector
1993-2005 Binder Very Good Signed by Author
A collection of letters, notes, index cards, postcards, and flyers inscribed by various mystery authors to a Southwestern book collector. Most of the content regards signing books for the collector, but some of the Jackson and Van Gieson correspondence is more expansive. Also included is several years worth of Dennis McMillan Publications newsletters, as well as a couple of letters from Capra Press and the Mysterious Bookshop.; Signed by Author 
Price: 250.00 USD
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Finnegans Wake: Centennial Edition, Joyce, James
5 Joyce, James Finnegans Wake: Centennial Edition
New York Viking 1982 0670315389 / 9780670315383 First Thus; First Printing Hardcover Very Good in Near Fine dust jacket 
A small abrasion and slight pull to the front endpapers. A faint dust smudge to the fore-edge pages and a nick to the spine. Written in Paris over a period of seventeen years, and published in 1939, two years before the author's death, Finnegans Wake was Joyce's final work. A McCaffrey 100 title, described as the greatest unreadable novel ever written. 
Price: 200.00 USD
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Time and Nature: Broadside, Rodriguez, Luis J.
6 Rodriguez, Luis J. Time and Nature: Broadside
Santa Barbara, CA C&C Press 2005 First Edition; First Printing Softcover Very Good Signed by Author
A letter-press broadside, limited to 29 copies, and signed by Rodriguez. This is copy number 5. The paper is made from one of the author's t-shirts. Moderate creasing to the paper but otherwise clean. ; Signed by Author 
Price: 120.00 USD
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A Wake Newslitter: Studies of James Joyce's Finnegans Wake (36 Issues, 4 Monographs, 4 Occasional Papers and Subject Index), Senn, Fritz; Hart, Clive
7 Senn, Fritz; Hart, Clive A Wake Newslitter: Studies of James Joyce's Finnegans Wake (36 Issues, 4 Monographs, 4 Occasional Papers and Subject Index)
Colchester, England University of Essex 1975-84 Stapled Wraps Very Good 
36 issues of the New Series, from February, 1975 through December, 1980. Occasional Papers Numbers 1-4, August 1982-December 1982. Subject Index (1962-1980) issued December, 1982. Monographs 6-9---Chapters of Coming Forth By Day by Danis Rose, Notes on Issy by John Gordon, Saint John of the Cross and The Dark Night of FW by Marion Cumpiano, and The Penetration of Exiles by Simon Evans. 
Price: 300.00 USD
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The Carlton Club 1832-2007, Sir Charles Petrie, Bt. and Alistair Cooke
8 Sir Charles Petrie, Bt. and Alistair Cooke The Carlton Club 1832-2007
London The Carlton Club 2007 Hardcover Very Good 
Silver titling to the spine and front board. Dark blue cloth with light rubbing, issued without a dust jacket. Inscribed by Lord and Lady Cope to author James C. Humes on the front endpaper. Signed at his foreword by the Rt. Hon. Lord Cope of Berkeley. Laid in is a handwritten letter on the club stationery from Lord Cope to Humes. Also includes a Christmas card from Lord and Lady Cope with a House of Lords insignia stamp. ; Signed by Contributor 
Price: 150.00 USD
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I, the Jury, Spillane, Mickey
9 Spillane, Mickey I, the Jury
New York New American Library 1948 First Paperback Edition Softcover Very Good 
Moderate rubbing, with some paper loss to the head of the spine and bottom corner. Creasing to the bottom corner. A hardboiled classic, and the first to feature anarchic private eye Mike Hammer. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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Pueblo...its Women, Suhay, John
10 Suhay, John Pueblo...its Women
(Pueblo, Colorado) (Pueblo Service League/Pueblo Chamber of Commerce) N.D. Spiral bound Very Good 
[52 pages]. No date, circa 1960s. The only published work to date of photographer John Suhay, photographer in residence at the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center in Colorado from 1972-2010. Described by none other than Jello Biafra as America's greatest undiscovered photographer. OCLC records only one copy. An unmarked copy with rubbing to the covers. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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