Category: Poetry


Sort

Showing 21-40 of 184

Open Reading #4/5.

By: Bromige, David, editor.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: [Ronhert Park, CA], 1974

Seller ID: 1458

Condition: Good condition.


88 pp.; 11" x 8.5"; stapled, illus. blue card covers over mimeograph sheets. Foxing to covers at spine; foxing to page edges; slight fading. Loewinsohn, Bromige, Pat Nolan, Sherril Jaffe, Codrescu, Catherine Collins, Karen Gordon, etc. Includes "Extracts from a discussion among David Antin, Rober Duncan and others following Antin's reading . . . at Sonoma." View more info

Image for The Robinson Jeffers Newsletter, 98 and 99, Spring and Summer 1996 featuring: Jeffers Country Revisited, Beauty Without Price.

The Robinson Jeffers Newsletter, 98 and 99, Spring and Summer 1996 featuring: Jeffers Country Revisited, Beauty Without Price.

By: Brophy, Robert J., editor (Richard Kohlman Hughey and Boon Hughey).

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Los Angeles, Occidental College: 1996

Seller ID: 6355

ISBN: 0940349019

Condition: Fine condition


84 pp.; 8vo; stapled beige wrappers; cover title: Jeffers Country Revisited, Beauty Without Price, by Richard Kohlman Hughey and Boon Hughey, with map enclosed in rule. Double issue presenting the above work which includes maps, bibliography, and annotated checklist of place names; laid in is a folding 14" x 8.5" printed map showing the locations from Monterey to Gamboa Point. View more info

Image for Copy Portrait Photograph of Brother Antoninus [William Everson] by Allen Say.

Copy Portrait Photograph of Brother Antoninus [William Everson] by Allen Say.

By: Brother Antoninus [William Everson].

Price: $25.00

Publisher: [c. 1968]

Seller ID: 2264

Condition: Fine condition


8" x 10"; Brother Antoninus, c. Allen Say in blue marker on verso. View more info

Image for Copy Photograph of Brother Antoninus [William Everson] by V. Kriz.

Copy Photograph of Brother Antoninus [William Everson] by V. Kriz.

By: Brother Antoninus [William Everson].

Price: $18.00

Publisher: [c. 1968]

Seller ID: 2265

Condition: Fine condition


8" x 10"; V. Kriz stamped in black on verso. View more info

Image for Copy Photograph of Brother Antoninus [William Everson].

Copy Photograph of Brother Antoninus [William Everson].

By: Brother Antoninus [William Everson].

Price: $20.00

Publisher: [c. 1965]

Seller ID: 2266

Condition: Fine condition


8" x 10"; [horizontal image 7.25" x 10"]; no attribution but shows Everson surrounded by students. Very possibly after a reading in 1965 at the Poetry Center, San Francisco State University. View more info

For the 82nd Airborne.

By: Brown, Rebecca.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: N.Y., Adventures In Poetry: [1976]

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 3563

Condition: Very Good condition


4to; stapled white wrappers, illustrated by Bruce Erbacher. Minor foxing near spine; minor soil to covers. View more info

Two Titles: The Robot Failure, together with The Broker [Both Inscribed].

By: Bruce, Lennart.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Berkeley & Los Angeles, Cloud Marauder; Panjandrum: 1971, 1983

Seller ID: 6790

Condition: Very Good condition


8vo; cream & gray wrappers respectively. Robot, inscribed in pencil on title page "For Ruth [Witt-Diamant] from Lennart, S. F. 1973." The Broker inscribed on blank facing copyright: "For Ruth, our dearest friend, with love, Lennart and Sonja." A few spots of foxing & soil to covers of Robot; light rubbing near spine of The Broker.Ruth Witt-Diamant was the founder of The Poetry Center at San Francisco State University. View more info

Image for Anthology of L. A. Poets.

Anthology of L. A. Poets.

By: BUKOWSKI, CHARLES, NEELI CHERRY & PAUL VANGELISTI, EDITORS.

Price: $45.00

Publisher: (Los Angeles), Laugh Literary / Red Hill Press: 1972

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 8699

Condition: Near Fine condition


Unpaged; 8vo; printed brown wrappers. Ownership name in green pen, top right corner of title page; slight crease t leading top front corner tip. View more info

Image for [4 items]: Sure, the charles bukowski newsletter, No. 3; December 1991 [The Classical Buk, cover title]; Bukowski Review Number One, Winter 2001-2002; A New Year's Greeting from Black Sparrow Press, 1997 & 1999.

[4 items]: Sure, the charles bukowski newsletter, No. 3; December 1991 [The Classical Buk, cover title]; Bukowski Review Number One, Winter 2001-2002; A New Year's Greeting from Black Sparrow Press, 1997 & 1999.

By: BUKOWSKI, CHARLES; JOAN JOAB SMITH; EDWARD L. SMITH, EDITORS.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Ojai; Long Beach; Santa Barbara, E. L. Smith; Pearl Editions; Black Sparrow Press: 1991; 2001-02

Seller ID: 8752

Condition: Very Good condition


NEWSLETTER: 36 pp.; 8vo; stapled cream wrappers; photographs, drawings. Moderate soil to covers. REVIEW: 64 pp.; 8vo; stapled Cadillac Gold wrappers; photos & other reproductions. Moderate wear and soil to covers.Newsletter: Writings about Bukowski, including The Classical Buk, by Charles Sandarg on the echoes of classical music throughout the writings from the chronicler of undisney Los Angeles. Review with essays and articles (see accompanying images for conten... View more info

The Persian Wars.

By: Burn, A. R.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: London, The Folio Society: 2002

Edition: Reprint Edition

Seller ID: 5286

Condition: Fine condition


Tall 8vo; 560 pp., including index; pictorial terra-cotta cloth in slipcase. Illustrated with plates of photographic reproductions of period artifacts, in color and black & white; maps. View more info

The Inconstant Mistris.

By: Carew, Thomas.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Mount Vernon, Golden Eagle Press: 1948

Edition: Limited Edition

Seller ID: 353

Condition: Near Fine


8vo. Light orange boards lettered & decorated in gilt. Woodcut illustrations facing each poem. View more info

Always A Reckoning, and Other Poems (signed by the author).

By: Carter, Jimmy.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: N.Y., Times Books: 1995

Edition: 3rd Printing

Seller ID: 8061

Condition: Fine condition in Fine jacket


8vo; cloth in dust jacket. Signed on the front endpaper. View more info

To This Place.

By: Charters, Samuel.

Price: $12.50

Publisher: Berkeley, Oyez: 1969

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 591

Condition: Near Fine


One of 750 copies. View more info

To This Place.

By: Charters, Samuel.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Berkeley, Oyez: 1969

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 1996

Condition: Near Fine


One of 250 harbound copies, printed by Graham Mackintosh. 8vo; light green cloth, gilt stamped spine. Without dust jacket. Touch of soil at edges. View more info

How Smoothly the Gulls Turn.

By: Charters, Samuel.

Price: $8.00

Publisher: [Berkeley], Oyez: [1977]

Edition: 1/250 copies

Seller ID: 2388

Condition: Near fine condition


Designed and printed by Don Gray for friends of the author & press, Christmas 1977. 4 leaves;12mo; hand-sewn, printed cream wrappers. Faint, but discernible in light, ring impressions of front cover. View more info

Jamben. Nach der Ausgabe von Dimoff, ubertragen von John Roger Kohr

By: Chenier, Andre.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Heidelberg, Lambert Schneider: 1946

Seller ID: 6316

Condition: Very Good condition


27 pp.; orange wrappers; gift note bottom edge of front endpaper. Text in French and facing German.André Marie Chénier, 1762 - 1794) was a French poet of Greek and Franco-Levantine origin, associated with the events of the French Revolution of which he was a victim, being guillotined toward the end of the Reign of Terror. View more info

The Brazen Serpent.

By: Chuilleanain, Eilean Ni.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: [Winston-Salem, NC], Wake Forest University Press: [1995]

Edition: First American Edition

Seller ID: 1567

ISBN: 0916390659

Condition: Fine condition in Fine jacket


47 pp.; 8vo; cloth in dust jacket. View more info

Burglaries and Celebrations [Inscribed].

By: Clark, Naomi.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Berkeley, Oyez: 1977

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 6791

Condition: Very Good condition


80 pp.; oblong 16mo; illustrated white wrappers; designed by Graham Mackintosh, cover art by Sandra Macdiarmid. Introduction by William Everson. Inscribed by the author on title page: "For Adele-, Dear companion of walks, Talks, poems, learning in this beautiful place. May these poems speak to you in some way of blessing. Naomi Clark, July 17, 1980, Port Townsend Washington." Printed announcement of the publication of Oyez Checklists laid in. Moderate soil to whi... View more info

The Rodent Who Came To Dinner [Signed & Inscribed By the Author].

By: Clark, Tom.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Santa Barbara, Am Here Books/ Immediate Editions: 1981

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 927

Condition: Very Good


#5 of 50 copies. Stapled, printed white card covers. Light browning to covers; small [nickel] area of spots on back cover.Inscribed: "for Art Stockett/ all best/ Santa Barbara/ November 20, 1981". Arthur Stockett was an active bay area bibliophile, and collector in many areas. Beat Literature, Poetry was an early passion. View more info

Rhymes from a Round-up Camp. With Illustrations by Charles M. Russell.

By: Coburn, Wallace David.

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Gem Publishing: Los Angeles

Edition: 3rd Edition

Seller ID: 6936

Condition: Good Condition


New Edition, Revised and Enlarged. xvii, 137 pp., frontis illustration; 8vo; dark gray, flexible leatherette covers designed as a wooden door with gold hinges; emossed, illustrated gold cover title; endpapers decorated with brands; 14 full page illustrations; vignettes; brand marks. Signatures sprung, but holding; occasional thumbing and age toning in the margins. Ownership signature of Edward O. Taylor "Blue Creek" on front endpaper. View more info