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San Francisco: Beatitude Press, 1976. Single 11x15 inch sheet broadside, folded twice to 7.5x5.5 inches, fine condition. Neeli's poem is written in four stanzas or paragraphs with a final line, dated 5/1/76. Recognizing Blake, walking SF with Ginsberg, speaking of the war of poets against poets.
San Francisco: FOCUS, 1981. 20p., 5.5x8.5 inches, very good chapbook/journal in stapled red wraps. Cherkovski's 13-page poem is a response to /refutation of Pablo Neruda's pro-Stalin "Let the rail-splitter awake." Also represented here are George Benet (2p.) and silver(plate)-tongued Stephen Schwartz, with poems critical of "Bolshevik Fascism."
New York: Alfred van der Marck Editions, 1986. Hardcover. 144p., 9.25x12.25 inches, prologue, foreword, afterword, b&w portraits of poets accompanied by facsimile reproductions of their handwritten poems and signatures, very good first edition in cloth boards and unclipped but worn dj.
Los Angeles: Caza de Poesia, 2010. Paperback. 374 p., introduction, illustrations, poems in English, Arabic, Bengali, Haitian-Creole, Hebrew and others, poet biographies, very good first edition Trade paperback original in black glossy French fold pictorial wraps. Poets Against War Collection.