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Hawaiian Gardens, CA: Taco Comics, 2011. 25p., zine, b&w drawings, a doublespread in color xerox, and a mission statement. First edition staplebound 8.5x5.5 inch artpaper wraps decorated with a stencilled design and the author's holograph name andstatement of limitation (this is copy #29 of 50 copies). The name in white...
London: A Class Whore Publication, [1980s]. 32p., 6x8.25 inches, photos, essays, very good self-published booklet in stapled pictorial wraps. A Feminist Critique by an independent-minded British woman who felt rebuffed by the feminist movement. Photos of the author strolling languidly through a cemetery.
Kinderhook: The Retinarium, 1976. 209., 5.5x6.25 inches, preface, poetry, very good limited edition, no limitation number noted, poetry chapbook in stapled white wraps. Retinarium Limited Editions #1; Clermont Collection. Self-published first collection of poetry by New York poet who, like many self-published writers, is overly fond of !!!!. One copy noted in OCLC.
Tallahassee: Dreamspinner Press, 2013. Paperback. 198p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Sequel to "The Actor and the Earl" An Elizabethan actor stands in for his twin sister when she reneges on an arranged marriage! In this one he portrays the wife of the Earl.
Montreal: the society, 1992. Hardcover. 135, 15p. (Appendix), hardbound in velvety green boards with a printed period decoration laid down on the front cover. Signed by author on title page with a handwritten note opposite declaring this to be "copy 3 of 32". Nice item, clean and sound and quite...
Superior, WI: Port Town Pub. 2003. Paperback. 270p., signed by the author ontitle page, very good first edition trade paperback original in black pictorial wraps with award gilt label affixed front cover. Margaret Coel blurb on rear cover. Tale of mysteries featuring a race of people living in the Appalachian...
Glendale: composer/artist, as ARC, no date, perhaps early 1960's. 12-inch longplay phonograph records in cardboard albums, no inner sleeves. First item has some dust and scratches, looks playable, album cover is pictorial: shows [a slightly bovine] Colton in monochrome pastureland, presumably somewhere in Carmel Valley; second item is of translucent.....
New York: Interim Books, 1963. 4p., 5.5x8.5 inches, #277/300, postage stamp with flag mounted on blank page after poem, very good first edition chapbook in plain white stapled wraps. Missing eagle-stamp cover and bound-in ribbon. As-is. A poem sarcastically celebrating preparations for war. One of Congdon's earlier published poetry chapbooks...
Baltimore: Publish America, 2005. 119p., very good first edition in original pictorial wraps. Vanity press Young Adult novel by a San Francisco author about a young pianist and the ghost of a young Russian girl who resides in her piano. Anti-communist murder mystery inscribed and signed by the author.