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Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1938. vii, 98p., first edition, very good condition with minor browning of the spine and edges, previous owner's name on front blank end paper, heavily illustrated with FSA photographs (including Lange, Rothstein, etc), frontispiece from a Lange photograph. On tenant farmers in.....
Rocky Mount, NC: SES Development Corporation, 1981. Paperback. 97p. + 3p. photos, 9x6 inch decorated wraps. Somewhat edgeworn; back-cover colorphoto of Perkins has a scratch and adjacent small stain, title page has suffered a 1x4 inch excision at top margin, probably removing an ownership legend. A good-only copy. The author.....
Boston: GCN Collective, 1989. Newspaper. 16p., folded tabloid newspaper on newsprint, news, opinion, articles, events, ads, photos, services and resources, toning and light wear. April Book Review. First AIDS Protest for South Carolina. ACT UP actions. Boston's LGBTQ newspaper which started in 1973. More political than entertainment.
Chapel Hill, NC: Feminary Collective, 1980. Magazine. 124p., 6x8.5 inches, illustrations, poems,the combine first two issues are ex-library with minimal markings, literary journal in trade paperback, pictorial wraps. Feminary began as Female Liberation Newsletter in 1969 and grew into a lesbian feminist quarterly in the 1970s.
New York: Atheneum, 1966. Hardcover. 275p., signed by the author on the title page, small rectangular mark from removal of price-tag on front free endpaper otherwise a very good first edition stated in cloth boards and gilt, bright unclipped dj. Third book by the gay North Carolina author.
New York: A Scribner paperback Fiction Book published by Simon and Schuster, 1995. Paperback. 491p., remainder mark on the bottom edge otherwise a very good first Scribner paperback fiction edition, first printing stated trade paperback in white pictorial wraps. originally published in 1975 this is the first novel of the.....
New York: Harrington Park Press, 2001. Paperback. 199p, first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps; a bit edgeworn, with a small stain to the first several leaves and a couple dog ears. The southern gay writer sets his first novel among North Carolina's rednecks, surfers, and construction workers.