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Mexico City: Centro Mexicano de Capacitacion y Servicios Educativos, 1995. Magazine. 28p., 8.25x10.75 inches, text in English, a list of 62 Latin American lecturers with their bios and curriculum vitae and photos, introduction, guide to contacting lecturers etc., very good magazine format in stapled printed gold wraps.
San Francisco: Litquake, 2003. [8p] includes covers 8.5x11 inches, event schedule, biographical sketched of 80 authors,very good program in stapled pictorial wraps. Second Litquake event which featured Dorothy Allison, Ishmael reed, Maxine Hong Kingston, Robert Hass, lemony Snicket and 75 others.
Fort-Lamy (Tchad): Commision Nationale de la République du Tchad pour l'Unesco et du Centre de Documentation Pédagogique, 1966. Paperback. 167p., text in French, very good paperback in original pictorial wraps. Biographic and bibliographic information on African and African American writers including Chinua Achebe and Zora Neal Hurston.
Santa Clara: University of Santa Clara, . Hardcover. 164p., 9x5.75 inches oblong, illustrations and photos, very good in black buckram and silver foil. At one hundred years, this annual is self-proclaimed to be the "oldest college literary publication in the West". It's not exactly a yearbook and yet is.
New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. Hardcover. X, 115p., first edition in quarter-cloth boards and unclipped dj. The cover and dust jacket are lovely but textblock has a faint "wave" along lower edge; not disfiguring, not particularly noticible, but condition freaks may care. At writing Achebe was living in the.....
New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1975. Hardcover. xxxvi, 354p., very good first US edition in cloth boards and unclipped dj. Ackerley was the openly bisexual editor of "The Listener" literary journal and author of severla autobiographical novels in cluding "We Think the World of You" which was filmed with Alabn.....