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San Francisco: South to the Future, 1997. unpaginated journal, wire-spiral-bound in 9x7 inch printed tan wraps and orange section tabs denoting; South, to, the, future, very good. Art journal with faux ISBN 4157898383 (SF area phone number) No credits for content (except Dolly Parton for a reprinting of her "9-5".....
San Francisco: Self-published / Chill House, 2003. Trade Paperback. 39p., very good slim trade paperback in blue pictorial wraps. Bay area San Francisco native. Jazz musician. The 'Chill' of the publisher's name most definitely a jazz chill (as opposed to a horror chill). Mystery story written in poetry form.
San Francisco: Ironwood Press and Stonewall Press West, 1977. Paperback. 79p., 8.5x11 inches, illustrated with drawings by Kimi Reith and Rodney Watts, very good first edition slim paperback in orange pictorial wraps. A few of the poems had previously appeared in Mouth of the Dragon, Gay Literature, and elsewhere. Allen.....
San Francisco: Chop-Shop Press, [2007?]. [30p.] including covers, 5.5x8.5 inches, illustrations, stapled pictorial wraps. Poems and art uncredited (except for an introduction signed CBC and a back-panel rant signed Bent) self-published on heavy cardstock, illustrated in color. Nice production for bad poetry!
Queens, NY: Trendsettaz Entertainment, 1998. Paperback. The true first edition of a much-reprinted novel, softbound item. Trade-size 8.5x5.5 inch glossy white photodecorated wraps, mild external handling wear with a little offset smudging to back cover, entirely sound and clean within, a very good copy. The happily-married narrator acknowledges futile promiscuities.....
Hollywood: Self-published by the author, 1970. [72p] 5.5x8.5 inches, personal inscription signed by the African American poet, very good booklet in stapled pictorial wraps. Mostly sexual poetry self-published by the African America poet/actor from L.A. Four holdings located in OCLC as of 4/2018.
Green River VT: Longhouse Publishers & Booksellers, 2009. Three leaves printed black, rose, blue and ochre, each folded twice to make eight panels of text, evidently a complete set (single theme, suicide of sister) fastened together with a small band bearing a printed device and a holograph note from author.....
San Francisco: Dan Arris Publishing Co., 1983. Hardcover. 226p., f.e.p. appears missing but all copies are found that way, very good first edition in cloth and dj. Autobiography of the Nigerian-born immigrant, who wound up in San Francisco and did missionary work in northern California after finding Jesus.