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Cologne: Konemann, 2000. Hardcover. 319p., captioned color site photography throughout on coated paperstock, first edition of the English-language edition, 12.5x11 inch boards in colorphoto dj, jacket feels a little handled with a few tiny wrinkles but no tears, no ownership marks whatsoever, a near-fine copy.
New York: Spartacus Youth Publishing Co., 1982-1986. Thirty issues of the newspaper, spanning the period between May 1982 and March 1986. Issues present are Numbers 100-105,107-119, 121, 123, 124, 126-130, and 132-134. Various pagination, all lightly toned and folded horizontally as issued, else generally very good condition. Coverage of El.....
Beirut: Imprimerie Catholique, 1946. Paperback. 193p., wraps, 6x9 inches, illus., wraps worn, front wrap lightly foxed along spine edge, previous owner's name penned on front wrap, pages evenly toned, leaves unopened else good condition. Text in French. Recherches publiées sous la direction de L'Institut de Lettres Orientales de Beyrouth, Tome.....
Oakland, CA: PM Press, 2018. Paperback. 174p., wraps, color illustrations (every page in color or colors), 5x7 inches, as new. Includes sections on political printmaking in Mexico, Lebanon and U.S. (Asian American arts org.), German antifa stickers, Incite! collage guerrillas in SF Bay Area, West Virginia Appalachian Movement Press, and.....
Boston: New York GraphicSociety, 1974. Hardcover. 442p., red cloth boards in dustjacket, 7.25x10 inches; one hundred b&w illus., ex-library with usual markings (front pocket, rubberstamps, sticker on spine, taped brodart), corners slightly bumped, tape residue bleeding onto free endpapers, else good.
Venice, CA: Indigena Publications, 1979. Paperback. 48p. paperback, 5.5x8.5 inches. Wraps shelfworn, else very good. Poetry about revolution, indigeneity, and the linking of Palestinian struggle with that of the Native Americans. Gonzalez is a Mestizo writer of mixed Spanish and Native American heritage, and at the time of publication was.....
Beirut, Lebanon: Hamazgayin, 1957. 88p., dark maroon cloth boards, 9.5x7 inches, gift inscription on title page, corners bumped, endpapers slightly yellowed, otherwise very good. Text in Armenian. Hamastegh, born in Western Armenia under Ottoman rule, immigrated to the US and lived in New York at the time of publication.