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Paris: Archives des Lettres Modernes, 1969. Paperback. 77p., small softback in 7x5 inch plain printed wraps; covers have a touch of dust, top edge a droplet stain, entirely clean within and quite sound, a very good copy. Archives Guillaume Apollinaire no.1 sous la direction de Michel Decaudin.
San Francisco: Fantagraphics, May 1995. Comic. unpaginated, 8.5x10.75 inches, b&w and color comic strips, very good first printing in original pictorial wraps. Zippy the Pinhead. Griffith made a trip to Cuba, cover story, 8p. (in color) comix "sketchbook" of his visit: "Nos estamos divertiendo?"
[Champaign, IL]: University of Illinois Press, 1975. Paperback. [vip.], 138p. + [1p.], b&w illus. and photographs, hinge tender, wrappers slightly soiled, price sticker on back wrapper, else in very good condition. Comparative Literature Studies, Vol. XII, No. 3, September. Various essays include topics on Bertolt Brecht, George Grosz, Fidus, and.....
Paris: Les Editeurs Evidant, 1988. Paperback. 320p. + p. of b&w photos and a p. index, wraps, 7x9 inches, wraps lightly worn else very good condition. p. pamphlet containing a new, updated index laid in. Text in French. On the history of performance art. Covers Dada and Fluxus among other.....
San Francisco: Proof Publishing, 1999, 2002. Magazine. Two issues, 64p. & 78p., 8.5x11 inches, very good in stapled pictorial wraps. Two issues of the magazine, apparently all that were published. "A magazine with no target demographic and no advertising," featuring pieces on Rudolf Steiner's sculptures, subvocal speech, Goethean science, the.....
Gladtree Press, March 2009. Pamphlet. Softbound chapbook, unpaginated, p. of monocolor portraits reproduced from inkstick or brush, plus nice blank endpapers; a sewn (but thread is loose) decorated pamphlet in 7x7 inch wraps, one of 100 cc. Leaves are nested though very loose, front cover is sunned, item is slightly.....
San Francisco: Chronicle, 1988. Paperback. xv, 181p., perfectbound paper in stiff, glossy white wraps, photo-illustrated, wraps lightly worn else very good revised edition. Wood was an artist, ceramicist, and the co-founder and co-editor of dada journal The Blind Man, along with Marcel Duchamp and Henri-Pierre Roché.