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[Portland, OR]: [201-]. [84p] 5.5x8.5 inches, color-laser-jet printed 'zine, heavily-illustrated with found and vintage photos and art, cut-up style texts, unbound. Lengthy discussion of Femme identity in the context of gender theory. Personal experiences cited; notes working in Portland on one page.
San Francisco: Self-published by the author at Mission Cultural Center, 1994. Paperback. 76p., poems in English and Spanish, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Poetry by mostly Hispanic school children in San Francisco's Mission District, with an introduction by Jorge Argueta.
San Francisco: TPJA Publishing/Trafford, 2005. Paperback. 279p., 8.5x11 inches, illustrations, very good second printing trade paperback in original pictorial wraps showing a comix-style fantasy scene. Philippine-American author's self-published scifi about Arcturean aliens fraternizing with their creations in Atlantis.
[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 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.....