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San Francisco: Aspermont Press, 2017. x, 149p., paperback, as new. Biography of the writer regarded as a forerunner of the "new journalism," who did freelance work for The Village Voice, Washington Post, Texas Monthly and other papers, and was an editor and contributor to Rolling Stone. He was a few.....
New York: Oxford University Press, 1992. Hardcover. 382p., remainder mark bottom edge otherwise a very good first edition in black leatherette boards and unclipped, lightly worn dj. Sepulveda, Mexico's Vice-Minister of Health, teamed with two Harvard School of Public Health luminaries to summarize and expand materials from the First Symposium.....
Tokyo: The Japan Association of Charitable Corporations, 1983. Paperback. ii, 74p., softbound, pamphlet in 10x7 inch plain printed wraps, the front free endsheet bears a holograph accession note ("Zen Center Fund Raising Development Office"). a nice clean copy without further markings. A preliminary note says that "This publication has been.....
Oakland: Zeitgeist Press, 1993. Paperback. 51p., photographic cover showing Julia standing next a mural (herself portrayed in it), several line drawings by a relative, softbound in 8x5 inch wraps. Nice clean copy. Did you know that however ubiquitous she seems now, Julia grew up in Pasadena? --consult p.13.
Zaragoza: Letras, 1938. 75p.+ various addenda, printed double-column in smallpoint, 7.5x5.5 inch wraps, worn and evenly browned else good condition. Popular fiction in the vein (patriotic, conventional and royalist --if British--) promulgated by the nationalists. Silhouette cover illustration, slumped body and guttering candle, black on yellow.