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Vancouver: Press Gang Publishers, 1996. Paperback. 87p., humorous novel illustrated with color images, designs, sidebars etc., personal inscription signed by the author, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Blackbridge converted an art show into a story of a woman whose disabilities are threatened with exposure.
New York: Yellow House Press, 2001. Paperback. 399p., very good first edition trade paperback original in pictorial wraps. "[A] historical comedy about New York drag-queen Clinton Friendly's 1857 attempt to sell away his transvestism to the devil in exchange for a fabulous Georgian cotton plantation..." - rear wrap.
no city, OK: Business and Professional Women, 1949. Hardcover. 136p., green cloth boards gilt. Front cover shows a scatter of silverfish damage, spine gilt is rubbed away, pastedown bears contact info for a former owner, paperstock is lightly toned. A sound copy, clean within and unmarked. Find an unexpected (unexpected.....
London: Printed for the author and sold by Gold and Northhouse, 1820. iv, 22p., disbound 8.5x5.2 inch disbound self-wraps, some leaves tending to detach, light foxing, a very good copy. Criticism of governmental operations, first as a one-act Shakesperian playlet, then as a medley of silly epitaphs and proverbs collected.....
New York: Farrar Straus Giroux, 1983. Paperback. 250p., wraps, first edition, uncorrected page proof, presumed second state issue with Richard Pryor blurb taped on front wrap and blurb with tentative release date and price stapled on half-title page, very good condition. Novel of a stand-up comic in Hollywood by an.....
Toronto: Vortex, 1988. Comic. [24p] 6.5x10.25 inches, b&w comic book in stapled color pictorial wraps, vertical fold crease. Originated as a mini-comic self-published and then picked up by Vortex which reprinted the first 7 issues in the first 3 Vortex issues.This issue contains two stories: a story about an illicit.....
New York / San Francisco: the Realist Association, a non-profit corporation, 1972. Pp. 13-30 inclusive (of 31p.), newsprint every-other-monthly, 10.5 x 8.25 inches staplebound. Browned, minor creasing else good condition. Mae Brussell's Conspiracy newsletter, two pages devoted to comix panels by S. Clay Wilson and more.
Mill Valley, California: Illuminations Press, 1965. 31p., 5.5x7.5 inches, playscript illustrated with three b&w photos, very good, first edition booklet in stapled white pictorial wraps. African American author's first book. Philadelphia born playwright, one time minister of culture for the Black Panthers,
Berkeley: Ten Speed Press, 1990. Paperback. 64p., 8.5x11 inches, color illustrations of the assembled, mounted "costumes" color costume patterns to cut out and assemble, fine first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. A humorous paper doll book of "costumes" for the penis. Part of a series that includes "Art Dicko".....
Dublin: Printed by A. Reilly, 1744. xxxvi, 399p., errata leaf, [14, index], nine copper-engraved plates, some folded, all plates in quite good condition. Calf spine panel present and holding (original cords and threads), very abraded, labels absent, boards lacking entirely. Textblock is sound but edgeworn, commences with title page (mild.....
no place: no publisher, 1992. Respectively: "Bush 1992 for President" (3 inches across); "Another Moron for Bush" (2.3); "Just Say Nothing" (1.3); "Shit Happens" (present tense, 1.3); "Shit Happened" (past tense, shown with Quayle, 1.3). Four exemplars are in very good condition, one (Another Moron) is somewhat dust-soiled under the.....