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New York: International League for Human Rights, 1986. 211p., spiral bound wraps, 8.5x11 inches, front wrap slightly browned else very good condition. Emphasis on the crimes of the Sandinista revolutionaries security apparat, largely (as stated here) harsh prison conditions for suspected counter-revolutionaries.
n.p. Self-published by the author, 2012. [12p] 5.5x8.5 inches, b&w pen and ink sketches, very cinematic and noir-sexy, great work, limited edition 12/15 copies, signed with Jiron's email address, in stapled pictorial stiff wraps. Nicaraguan-American filmmaker and animator from Los Angeles born in Baton Rouge, LA. Worked on "Spiderman: Into.....
San Francisco: self-published by the author at Sendas Publishing Co., 1971. Paperback. 272p., long personal inscription signed by the Managua-born Nicaraguan American author, two plates, wraps lightly foxed. Dedicated to Ronald Reagan. Prose and poetry. No copies in OCLC as of 4/2015.
Asuncion, Paraguay: Ediciones Cerro Cora, 1983. 200p., a few newspaper stories in facsimile, paperbound in 8x5.5 inch glossy decorated wraps (color cover is an altered, colorized photoportrait of Somoza, here wearing an Uncle Sam stovepipe hat). Wraps are slightly edgeworn, item is clean and sound, a very good copy.
Sao Paulo: Editora Brasiliense s.a., 1982. Paperback. 77p., line map and a few photographs (kids drilling; guarding a pipeline; &c), second edition paperbound in 6x4.5 inch glossy wraps. Mild signs of handling, a good copy. A concise introductory by a 27-year-old journalist. First edition was 1981 Tudo e historia 21.....
Chicago: Marxist-Leninist Publications, 1986-91. Fourteen issues of the publication, an occasional supplement to the party's newspaper, but these are in staplebound 8.5x11 inch format; evenly toned, vol. 2 no. 4 with 2 small closed tears along edge, vol. 2 no. 11 with pen notation on front wrap, otherwise generally very.....
Frederick MD: University Publications of America, 1987. viii, 195p., line map, hardbound first edition in dark blue boards spine-titled gilt. Has a small light coffee-splash to bottom edge, and a former owner has pencilled "CIA?" on the ffep, an else sound clean unmarked copy. Foreign Intelligence Book Series.
Mexico D.F. Planeta, 1989. 452p., illustrated with plenty of press and field photography, tables, stats, line maps; a later printing (same year as first issue) softbound in laminated colorphoto 8x5.5 inch wraps. The laminate is a little wrinkled, early chapters bear a few lightly pencilled brackets, a good to very.....
Managua: CNPPDH, 1986. Two issues of the newsletter (the second changing the title to Contra Report), the first with three holes punched at left, resulting in minor internal loss of text (usually still decipherable despite the removal of a couple of letters from a word). Despite Nicaraguan publication, they were.....
San Francisco: Iro Un-Ltd, 1988. [8p] 5.5x8.5 inches, very good self-published booklet in stapled pictorial wraps. A short memoir of the author's travels in Nicaragua with a famous German film star whose name he forgets. Printed as a project ar Mission Community College Center, San Francisco. Detroit born writer now.....