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Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1998. Hardcover. xvii, 233p., first printing of this edition, cloth-bound boards, unclipped dj. First issue of the unexpurgated version of the Atlanta, Georgia born, Chicago raised African American author's first book. "receievd" date stamp to dark front free endpaper, relatively unobtrusive. Major's first published novel moved...
Woodside: The Heyeck Press, 1982. 49p., lightly-worn wraps with sunned spine and a few small splash stains, otherwise very good limited edition of 500 copies. San Francisco-based poet and travel writer's ("Under the Tuscan Sun") fourth book. Some of the poetry draws on the poet's childhood in Georgia.
Woodside: Heyeck Press, 1977. [38p.] 6x9 inches, very good first edition limited to 350 letterpress copies in cream wraps printed blue. Author's first book. Georgia-born-and-raised poet living and teaching in San Francisco. The poems are about her Georgia childhood, her travels to Europe and several San Francisco poems. She is...