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New York: Common Council for American Unity, 1942. 128p., staplebound journal celebrating America's multiculturalism, 6x9 inches, some edgewear to covers, interior very good, faint ex-library stamp at top of front cover. Contributors include Lincoln Leung, Lillian E. Smith, Alan Cranston on plans for limited internment of "enemy aliens" (the Japanese.....
Novato: Anderson Publishing, 1991. vi, 181p., coated paperstock throughout, full-page b&w photographic plates with facing text. Coffeetable size cloth boards very good in edgeworn chipped dust jacket. Local celebrities, mostly, but find a few wellknown rockers (women & men) and multicultural as well as white personalities.
Milwaukie OR: Dark Horse Books, 2009. Paperback. 100p., plus a further 15 pages most in color; softbound in 10x6.5 inch color cardstock wraps. Mildest edgewear, entirely sound, clean and unmarked. The era that Aragones depicts in this episode of Groo appears to be post-Roman Dark Ages to early Middle Ages.....
Port Chester: Sarah Lawrence College, 1998. Paperback. 143p., includes portrait photography and sketches; professionally printed, plain blue wraps. Mildest signs of handling. Literary productions (poems, prose pieces) by 38 individual students. Multicultural production, African American, Hispanic, Asianamerican. Amy Horowitz for instance was born Wom Im Lee in Korea and adopted.....
Berkeley: Before Columbus Foundation, 1978. 126p., paperback, 8.5x11 inches, spine sun-faded, otherwise very good. The Foundation was chaired by Ishmael Reed. Includes an interview with the board, together with annotated listings of multicultural publications and lengthy excerpts from them, including many poems.
Berkeley: Before Columbus Foundation, 1981. 77p., paperback, 8.5x11 inches, last page has penciled list of bookstores, otherwise very good. The Foundation was chaired by Ishmael Reed. Includes a statement from the board of directors, together with annotated listings of multicultural publications and lengthy excerpts from them, including many poems.
Berkeley. the Committee, 1974. p., 8.5x11 inches, stapled wraps, small stain on front wrap, rear wrap stained and lightly toned else very good condition. The city's population policy includes a discussion of the needs of blacks, Asian Americans, Chicanos, elders, the disabled and others.
Bolinas, CA: Mother Earth International/Herman Berlandt, [1999?-2005?]. Fifteen issue broken run, various pagination, 5.5x8.5 inches, poetry, illustrations, digitally printed poetry journal in stapled pictorial wraps of various bright color, few dates of copyright noted but approximately early 2000s, all very good. Self-published poetry journal out of Bolinas printing translations of.....
Brooklyn: Long Island University, 1999. 127p., 8.5x11 inches, poetry, stories and art including two sections of color plates, very good in original pictorial wraps. Students from the Brooklyn Campus of LIU. Shubert Denis, an immigrant from Haiti, contributes a nice set of artworks in color.
Madison: University YMCA Community Center, 1993. Magazine. 72p., 8.5x10.75 inches, features, essays, reviews, illustrations, wraps worn, old price sticker on front wrap else very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Formerly known as "M. gentle men for gender justice". Includes a special section on masculinity and mutliculturalism. Interview with Marlon.....
New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1967. Paperback. 157p., first edition (so stated) paperbound original, sewn textblock in decorated wraps. Find a tiny bottom-edge food stain pp.24-27, else clean and unmarked, and entirely sound. Creeley's net memoir is a fine introduction to Blackburn's life (his mother and grandmother, alcoholics, beat him.....