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Harrisburg, PA: Daddy Magazine, 2001. 10p., 5.5x8.5 inches, illustrated with camp erotic drawings on cover and interior, event program with ads, rules and schedule, lightly-used in stapled pictorial wraps. "Prime Beef, aged to perfection" is the magazine's motto. The event was held at Camp Ramblewood, Maryland.
[Bethesda, MD]: Gallimaufry Press, 1970. 11p., wraps, slightly under 4.5x5.5 inches. Rubricated title page, sewn spine; illustrated with an engraving of the press. A celebration of the Columbian hand press, printed in 275 examples for a series of celebrations at the Smithsonian, the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco and the.....
Hyattsville, MD: INCAR, . 8.5x11 inch mimeographed handbill, very good. "The racist and fascist terror that stalks the streets of Atlanta, Buffalo and other cities is not the work of isolated maniacs. Individual racists may be pulling the triggers, but the guns are put into their hands, and the racist.....
Baltimore: the zine, 2011. 41p., staplebound zine, very good. Asian diaspora women's zine. "Our theme for issue two is MOONROUTES. geographical and / or historical happenings, place / space, body as landscape, reincarnations / past lives, diaspora / migrations / borderlands / uprooting, queering the diaspora, displacing biological notions of.....
New York: Sunbury Press, 1977. Paperback. 51p., good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps; both cover panels have been scored lightly with a ballpoint pen, criscrossings visible as pressure marks. The African American poet, raised in a small Maryland town, captures the oral tradition of her grandmothers.