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New York: Harrington Park Press/Southern Tier Editions, 2002. Hardcover. 243p., lightly-foxed edges otherwise a very good first edition in pictorial boards and clear mylar jacket. Southern Tier Editions: Gay Men's Fiction series, Jay Quinn, editor. Gay Irish-Catholic Southies up to no good and real good.
Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1966. ix, 241p., introduction, footnotes, conclusion, index, very good first edition in green cloth (what else?) and lightly-worn white dj printed in green. "During the Irish uprising of 1916 an Irishman went to confession and told the priest that he had just killed.....
San Francisco: One Oxford Sreet Gallery at the Academy of Art, 1997. Unpaginated, about 35p., coated paperstock with profuse fullpage color plates and minimal text, staplebound 8.5-inch-square color cardstock wraps. A very good copy. Britain meets the bay. McKeown owns the Belfast exhibitarium and frequently Sanfranciscordializes.
New York: C. Shepard & Co., 1854. Hardcover. Temperance novel, Wright II, 1714. Pagination 247p., with publisher's endorsing preface (3p.) and a similarly-themed short novel by T. S. Arthur at 249-282p., plus publisher's ad leaves. Find three fullpage engraved illustrations. Hardbound, the first edition in moss-green cloth boards, cover-titled gilt.....
Bray: Kilbride Books, 1984. Hardcover. xiii, 195p., index, portrait photography; first edition boards in dj, very good condition Author a long-time journalist, also a banker (public relations manager for Bank of Ireland) and he concentrates here on Irish influence in US wealth. "35% of Corporate America is now controlled by.....
San Francisco: Zeitgeist Press, 1996. 18p., 5.5x8.25 inches, personal inscription signed by the poet on inside front cover dated Feb. 1996, illustrations, very good chapook in stapled pictorial wraps. Poetry chapbook by the San Francisco offspring of a Mexican mother and Irish father.
New York: The Franklin Press, 1912. Hardcover. 109p., lightly-worn likely first edition of the poet's first book in plain gray boards and paper spine and cover title labels. Third generation Irish American poet who never visited the Emerald Isle. He was active in the Irish independence movement and a communist.....
Mill Valley, CA: The Olive Tree, 1978. Paperback. 62p., inscribed and signed by the poet, very good first edition trade paperback in slightly worn pictorial wraps, 12 page stapled program for a staged version of the epic poem with author photo and bio laid-in. Cuban American poet's first book.
Washington DC: n.p., 1848. Pamphlet. 28p., disbound pamphlet, remnants of glue at left edge. Thirtieth Congress, Second Session, Ex. Doc. No. 19. Includes communications from British authorities in Ireland regarding Americans who had been arrested on suspicion of traveling there to aid in Irish nationalist agitation. 1848 was a year.....
Sacramento: Rucible Spoon, 1970. [28p] 5.25x8.25 inches, illustrations, some poems in Spanish, most in English, cover illustration credit corrected in ink by the publisher on copyright page, very good chapbook in light blue stapled pictorial wraps wraps. Early chapbook by the Oregon-based poet who identifies as Irish American.
Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1985. Hardcover. ix, 272p., illustrated from period photographs; first edition cloth boards in dust jacket. Faint edgewear to dj and a bright green seller's label disfigures the dj illustration, an else quite sound clean unmarked copy. Revisionist interpretation of the Vigilante movement, largely that "merchants saw.....