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Beckley WV: Self-published by the author, 1976. Paperback. 63p., scattered sketches and photos, staplebound softback in 8.5x5.5 inch wraps. Covers are silverfished and toned, unmarked within, a fair to good copy. Author may have just returned from Vietnam, here is inching his way toward political savvy, insensitive about race but...
Savannah: the monthly, 1970. 12p., tabloid format, newsprint, photoillustration in conventional mode except everybody's a nazi or a target of the nazis. Folded a la mode. Paperstock is toned, but a good handleable copy. Front page above the fold, "Truth about John Birch Society see pages 6-7-8" [Robert Welch thought...
Memphis: A-M Press, 1965 anno domini. 360, 203p., blue cloth boards gilt in dj. Top edge is very faintly dust soiled, jacket has a couple of tiny tears and chips, completely clean and bright. This copy is inscribed and signed as "Partee" Fundamentalism mingles with astrology, simplistic numerology, and eccentric...
Markinch, Fife: Pavement Press, 1979. p., unpaginated 8x5.5 inch chapbook, staplebound nice copy. Binder's error, one leaf (4p.) duplicated involving contents page. Brainy postgrad fiction describing disgraceful goings-on, a case of goitre, cover decorated with a closeup photo of "fungi"
Washington: Counterpoint, 1996. 161p., very good first edition in dj. Three stories of rural white lowlife by Kentucky author and one-time Merry Prankster. Inscribed and signed by the author with a Valentine doodled in red and black inks. Meet the pregnant jailhouse laundress and the clairvoyant hermaphrodite and go to...
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1902. [xiii], 389p., line-maps as called for (eleven, including double-spreads and several in colors), later printing cloth boards t.e.g. Scattered light pencilling, front pastedown bears a personal/lending library plate with crayoned numeral, nonetheless a nice copy.