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Dartford, Kent: Friends of King Hill, 1967. Four-page, 8.25x10 inch pamphlet, edgeworn. The Friends of King Hill, an organization aiding the homeless in Kent County, attacks a local newspaper for its sensationalistic coverage of the homeless crisis and its campaign of mockery against a homeless man, Roy Mills, described by...
Nevada City: Carl Mautz Publishing, 1997. Unpaginated prelims and appendices, 58 full-page b&w repros from 1850s to 1920s, autobiographical text (Appollo was once, or twice, down and out himself), first edition 9.5x7 inch boards in pictorial dj; a very good copy. 58 images; mostly whites, four African Americans, one youth...
New York: the paper, 2011. One enormous folio leaf, 22.5x34 inches, printed and folded to 11.5x4, alkaline paperstock with some color photography and spot color emphases. A sound copy, untorn even a little, folding a little sloppy and exposed margins bear mild handling and dustsoil. Unmarked and generally bright, a....
San Francisco: Epiphany Journal, 1987. 30p., 5.25x8 inches, poems, illustrations, personal inscription signed by the poet as "Sr. Deborah Corbett" year of publication, very good chapbook in peach stapled pictorial wraps. Poet meets old homeless woman ("baglady" in the text) who critiques Descartes and Crazy Jane (presumably Edith Sitwell's Jane).
Los Angeles: The Homeless Writers Coalition, 1989. Pamphlet. 22p. plus p. resource guide; illustrated with two poorly-reproduced b&w photos (Dino reading into a mic, the other uncaptioned) and a cover sketch credited to G. Parker. softbound in copyshop zine format (8.5x5.5 inch stapled xeroxed leaves, edges untrimmed), inscribed and signed.....
San Francisco: Librad Press, 2000. Paperback. xvi, 360p., wraps, illus., spine lightly creased else very good condition. Story of a radical micro station, San Francisco Liberation Radio (SFLR, 93.7 founded in 1993. Includes a chapter on the failed Matrix Program in SF, Food not Bombs, Pirate Radio, etc.