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[Brooklyn]: the author and artist, 1971. Staplebound. p., 6.5x9.5 inches, beautifully illustrated with Dates' full-page Afrocentric drawings, somewhat rubbed, soiled and worn stapled, illustrated wraps. Afrocentric poetry. "Nos Otros Venceremos, Muthafuckas!!!!!" from the dedication, the Otros is hand-inked in.
San Francisco: Children's Book Press, 1997. Hardcover. 32p., 8.5x11 inches, bilingual texts in Spanish & English, profusely illustrated with Gonzalez' drawings, lengthy personal inscription in Spanish signed by the poet, very good first edition in pictorial boards. Alarcon has dated his inscription 1992 but it is clear he meant 1997.....
Los Angeles: American Indian Studies, UCLA, 1993. Paperback. x, 94p., 7x10 inches, foreword, poetry illustrations, front cover slightly curled at top-right corner otherwise very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Signed by the poet. This was Alexie's third book of poems which was only published in trade wraps.....
Oakland: LavenderRose Women's Arts and Mysteris School, 1990. 69p., 8.5x11 inches, illustrations, several works in Spanish, very good in stapled journal in pictorial wraps. LavenderRose Collections #1. Poetry by a number of women authors of various ethnicities, with a strong lesbian bent, originating from workshops led by Judy Grahn...
Santa Barbara: Wallace Hebberd, 1927. Hardcover. 112p., illustrated with plates and decorative drop-cap chapter headings, slightly bowed boards otherwise a very good first edition in illustrated boards and unclipped dj. Young adult's story set in Spanish California. True first edition with original illustrator.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1905. Hardcover. ix, 425p., [ii ads], tissue-guarded color frontis plus three other color plates, the hardbound first edition in olive-drab cloth decorated in red, blue-grey and gilt. Very worn: all extremities show wear with a quarter-inch tear in the cloth at tail-rim and card showing at corner-tips.....
San Francisco: The Grabhorn Press, 1934. [x] 77p., short account of the San Francisco stage before 1860, rubricated title page and decorations throughout, cast of characters, color illustrations, first edition thus limited to 550 copies, in blue cloth decorated with fleur d'lys pattern and white cloth spine with rubricated paper.....
Norwalk: Easton Press, 1977. Leather Bound. xxvi, 201p., preface, introduction, color frontis, illustrations, fine limited collector's edition in leather with raised bands, gilt titles and decorations, all-edges gilt, ribbon bookmark bound in and satin endpapers. The 100 Greatest Books Ever Written series.