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[Brooklyn]: the author and artist, 1971. Staplebound. p., 6.5x9.5 inches, beautifully illustrated with Dates' full-page Afrocentric drawings, somewhat rubbed, soiled and worn stapled, illustrated wraps. Afrocentric poetry. "Nos Otros Venceremos, Muthafuckas!!!!!" from the dedication, the Otros is hand-inked in.
San Anselmo: Self-published by the author at San Anselmo Printing, 1979. 56p., 5.5x8.5 inches, extra page of limericks pasted-in to final blank page with off-setting due to bleeding of the paste used, otherwise a very good first edition booklet in stapled decorative wraps. Music-based limericks.
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.
Miami: Self-published by the author, 1968. 27p., 7x8.5 inches, introduction, biography, text in Spanish, illustrations, very good first edition booklet in stapled blue pictorial wraps. Exiled self-taught Cuban artist and writer living in the US. Founder of the Cuban Association of Plastic Arts in Exile (ACAPE).
Japan: Self-published by the author, 1992. Paperback. 144p., signed by Algarin, very good first edition thus in stiff wraps in a color photo dj and plain printed band. Cover text and textblock in Spanish, English and Japanese. Afro-Puerto Rican poet and co-founder of the Nuyorican Poets Café.
Joliet IL: Signal Printing Office, for the author, 1878. Hardcover. xii, 167p., hardbound in 7x4.5 inch green cloth boards cover-titled gilt and panelling in blind. Casing is faintly dust-soiled with a few touches of silverfishing, else near-immaculate; the matte brown endsheets unmarred, the textblock completely sound. The superb condition is...