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  • Curry, Martin L. (editor)
    Florida Quarterly, Volume 1, No. 2. Fall 1967

    First Edition

    Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1967. 97 pages. With contributions by Harry Crews, Thomas Merton, William Burroughs, Edsel Ford and others. ISBN: 281AIB1047087.

    First edition (first printing). A very good copy in wrappers (paperback). Writing on the cover. Signed by Crews at the beginning of his story, The Player Piano.

    Book ID: 259452
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  • Hold Your Breath: Alfred Hitchcock's stories to turn in your grave by by Hitchcock, Alfred (selected by)
    Hitchcock, Alfred (selected by)
    Hold Your Breath: Alfred Hitchcock's stories to turn in your grave by

    New York: Dell Publishing Co., Inc, 1963. 192 pages. Collection of nine stories with contributions by Agatha Christie, H. G. Wells, and Norman Mailer. First publshed in 1947. ISBN: B002CTAFZM.

    New Dell edition. Near fine; 1-inch creased tear on rear cover.

    Book ID: 246898
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  • Hold Your Breath: Stories of Suspense by Hitchcock, Alfread (selected by)
    Hitchcock, Alfread (selected by)
    Hold Your Breath: Stories of Suspense

    New York: Dell Publishing Company, 1947. 192 pages. 4-1/4 by 6-3/8 inches. Collection of nine stories with contributions by Agatha Christie, H. G. Wells, and the first appearance in book form of Norman Mailer's The Greatest Thing in the World. Dell no. 206. ISBN: B0033RSE7I.

    First edition (first printing). A near fine copy in wrappers (paperback). Light fading to spine, and lamination starting to peel. Rear hinge starting to crack.

    Book ID: 246897
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  • Chapel Hill Carousel by Rehder, Jessie (editor)
    Rehder, Jessie (editor)
    Chapel Hill Carousel

    First Edition

    Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1967. 215 pages. An anthology of previously published fiction, poetry and articles. With contributions by Reynolds Price, John Knowles, Betty Smith and others. ISBN: B000JJXK0O.

    First edition (first printing). Cloth edges and bit faded and spotting to the page block thus a near fine copy in a near fine dust jacket. With publisher's review slip laid in.

    Book ID: 246463
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  • Electric Underground: A City Lights Reader by Ferlinghetti, Lawrence et al.
    Ferlinghetti, Lawrence et al.
    Electric Underground: A City Lights Reader

    First Edition

    London: New English Library, 1973. 141 pages. A collection of poetry and prose by beat writers published by City Lights. Contributions by Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs, Pablo Picasso, Neal Cassady, Jean Genet and others. Introduction by Laurence James. ISBN: B000GSLH76.

    First edition (first printing). Spotting to top edge and a bit of edge wear. A near fine copy in a dust jacket with a 1-1/2 creased snag to the cover and a short tide mark visible on the verso.

    Book ID: 245935
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  • New American Review Number 1 by Solotaroff, Theodore (editor)
    Solotaroff, Theodore (editor)
    New American Review Number 1

    First Edition

    New York: New American Review Library, 1967. 288 pages. The first issue of the literary journal. "A writer's magazine for the new literate audience. Fiction, articles, poetry that speak to the issues of American experience here and now" -- from the jacket. With contributions from Philip Roth, Anne Sexton, Robert Graves, Richard Eberhart, William Gass and others. ISBN: 281AIB1045610.

    First edition (first printing). A fine copy in a fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 238305
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  • The Georgia Review (Volume XVIII, Number 2) by Crews, Harry et al.
    Crews, Harry et al.
    The Georgia Review (Volume XVIII, Number 2)

    First Edition

    Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1964. Paginated 131-251. 7 by 10-1/4 inches. Contains the Long Wail; the second appearance in print by Crews. Other contributors include Jesse Hill Ford and Marion Montgomery. ISBN: 281AIB1044854.

    First edition (first printing). A near fine copy in wrappers (paperback). Light wear and toning to the edges. Signed by Crews at the beginning of his story on page 217.

    Book ID: 231276
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  • O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1925. Chosen by The Society of Arts and Sciences by Williams, Blanche Colton (introduction)
    Williams, Blanche Colton (introduction)
    O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1925. Chosen by The Society of Arts and Sciences

    First Edition

    Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1926. 296 pages. "The standard collection of the best short stories written and publisned in the past twelve months" -- from the jacket cover. Includes stories by Booth Tarkington, DuBose Heyward, Sherwood Anderson and others. ISBN: B00L5KISA8.

    First edition (first printing). A bit of edge wear and small stains to topo of page block, thus a very good copy; in a dust jacket with a toned spine with small chips to the head and corners.

    Book ID: 189733
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  • My First Publication by Twain, Mark et al.
    Twain, Mark et al.
    My First Publication

    First Edition

    (N.-pl. but San Francisco): The Book Club of California, 1961. 106 pages. Illustrated with drawings of the authors by David Stone Martin and with tipped-in reproductions of title pages. Published in an edition of 475 copies. The text comprises reminiscences about the beginnings of their literary careers by 11 authors, including Robinson Jeffers, Jack London, William Saroyan, Mark Twain, Bret Harte and Mary Austin. An attractive fine-press publication printed by Adrian Wilson on deckle-edged paper of several colors. ISBN: B000H3NZNY.

    First edition (first printing). Light bumps to top corners else a fine hardcover copy; no dust jacket, as issued.

    Book ID: 208588
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  • Perspectives USA: Number Two by Trilling, Lionel (editor)
    Trilling, Lionel (editor)
    Perspectives USA: Number Two

    First Edition

    Brooklyn, NY: Intercultural Publications Inc, 1952. 190 pages. Quarterly journal of literature, art and music. This issue with contributions by James Baldwin, Saul Bellow, and E. E. Cummings. Six-page section of color art reproductions by Arthur Dove. ISBN: B00AGM5ML4.

    First edition (first printing). A near fine copy in wrappers (paperback). Light creasing to spine; a few stains on the title page.

    Book ID: 207548
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  • Epoch: A Quarterly of Contemporary Literature. Fall 1955 Vol. VII No. 1 by Roth, Philip et al.
    Roth, Philip et al.
    Epoch: A Quarterly of Contemporary Literature. Fall 1955 Vol. VII No. 1

    First Edition

    Ithaca, NY: Epoch Associates, Cornell University, 1955. 63 pages. Includes the first appearance of an early story by Roth, The Contest for Aaron Gold, which was adapted for a 1960 episode for Alfred Hitchcock Presents, and aired a few months after Roth won the National Book Award for his first book, Goodbye, Columbus. Aaron Gold was Roth's second published story after college. Other contributions by Richard Hugo, R. V. Cassill, and Joanna Russ. ISBN: 281AIB1041076.

    First edition (first printing). Very good in stapled wrappers (paperback). Light bumps to corners and toning to edges and spine.

    Book ID: 207108
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  • New Stories from the South: The Year's Best, 1988 by Ravenel, Shannon (editor)
    Ravenel, Shannon (editor)
    New Stories from the South: The Year's Best, 1988

    First Edition

    Chapel Hill, NC: Algonquin Books, 1988. 248 pages. Stories by various authors including Barbara Kingsolver, Rick Bass and Larry Brown. ISBN: 9780912697901.

    First edition (first printing). Near fine in a near fine dust jacket. Publisher's review slip laid in, along with publisher's press release and a promotional photograph of the editor. Signed by Ravenel on the title page; signed by Nanci Kincaid at the beginning of her story.

    Book ID: 200084
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  • New Stories from the South: The Year's Best, 1987 by Ravenel, Shannon (editor)
    Ravenel, Shannon (editor)
    New Stories from the South: The Year's Best, 1987

    First Edition

    Chapel Hill, NC: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1987. 247 pages. Includes stories by Andre Dubus, Vicki Covington, Lee Smith, and Peggy Payne. ISBN: 9780912697666.

    First edition (first printing). A fine copy in a fine dust jacket. Signed by the editor on the title page. With publisher's review slip and press materials laid including a black-and-white promotional photograph of the author.

    Book ID: 193635
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  • The Adelphi: January - March, 1943 / July - September, 1943 (Two issues) by Murdoch, Iris et al.
    Murdoch, Iris et al.
    The Adelphi: January - March, 1943 / July - September, 1943 (Two issues)

    Norfolk: The Adelphi. Volume 19, Number 2 (January - March, 1943) paginated 34-64; Volume 19, Number 4 (July - September, 1943) paginated 98-132. Each volume includes reviews by Murdoch: Stanley Cook's Rebirth of Christianity; Kenneth Ingram's Taken at the Flood; and Nicodemus's Midnight Hour. Edited by John Middleton Murry. ISBN: 281AIB1038058.

    Very good in stapled wrappers (paperback). Signed by Murdoch on the cover of the July-September issue.

    Book ID: 189873
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  • Conjunctions: Bi-annual Volumes of New Writing [Number 7] by Morrow, Bradford (editor)
    Morrow, Bradford (editor)
    Conjunctions: Bi-annual Volumes of New Writing [Number 7]

    First Edition

    (New York): David R. Godine, 1985. 275 pages. Fiction, essays, interviews and poetry. Contributions by John Hawkes, Hayden Carruth, Rosmarie Waldrop, Marjorie Welish and others. ISBN: 9780941964142.

    First edition (first printing). A fine copy in a dust jacket with minor edge wear to the front flap, else fine.

    Book ID: 198977
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  • The Personal Voice: A Contemporary Prose Reader / Notes for Instructors (2 volumes) by Hawkes, John et al. (editors)
    Hawkes, John et al. (editors)
    The Personal Voice: A Contemporary Prose Reader / Notes for Instructors (2 volumes)

    First Edition

    Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1964. 618 pages. Hardcover, 6-1/2 by 9-1/2 inches. Accompanied by Notes for Instructors, 41 pages in matching stapled wrappers. Includes writings by Darwin, Faulkner, Fitzgerald, Huxley, Nabakov, O'Connor, Saint-Exupery, Thoreau and Yeats. ISBN: 281AIB1038858.

    First edition (first printing). Light edge wear thus a near fine copy. Dust jacket worn at the corners and a short creased snag on rear bottom edge, thus very good. Notes very good; light spotting on cover and a bit of edge wear.

    Book ID: 195345
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  • Cross Section: A Collection of New American Writing by Seaver, Edwin
    Seaver, Edwin
    Cross Section: A Collection of New American Writing

    First Edition

    New York: L. B. Fischer, 1944. 559 pages. Contributors include Richard Wright, Norman Mailer, Ralph Ellison, Jane Bowles, and an early play by Arthur Miller. Issued under wartime restrictions. ISBN: B0007HEMCS.

    First edition (first printing). A very good copy in a dust jacket that is a bit sunned and chipped at the spine ends with some loss to the foot, else very good.

    Book ID: 147733
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  • New Voices: Atlantic Anthology by Moore, Nicholas and Douglas Newton (editors)
    Moore, Nicholas and Douglas Newton (editors)
    New Voices: Atlantic Anthology

    First Edition

    London: The Fortune Press, 1945. 203 pages. An anthology of British and American writers and artists, featuring contributions from Saul Bellow, Wallace Stevens, Henry Miller, Elizabeth Bishop, Lucien Freud, and many others. ISBN: B001OTMNQ0.

    First edition (first printing). A very good copy in a very good dust jacket. Copyright date neatly changed in ink to 1947, perhaps indicating the publication was delayed until after the war.

    Book ID: 151092
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  • Bread & 1 by Kuenstler, Frank
    Kuenstler, Frank
    Bread & 1

    First Edition

    New York: Frank Kuenstler, 1960. 60 pages. Stories, poems and illustrations. The first issue of the literary magazine. ISBN: B01HC606DU.

    First edition (first printing). Very good in wrappers (paperback) that are a bit toned, with a small, light stain on the front cover.

    Book ID: 220355
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  • Midland by Engle, Paul; Henri Coulette and Donald Justice (editors)
    Engle, Paul; Henri Coulette and Donald Justice (editors)
    Midland

    First Edition

    New York: Random House, 1961. 600 pages. Twenty-five years of fiction and poetry selected from writing workshops of the State University of Iowa. ISBN: B000IOJSEW.

    First edition (first printing). Several pages creased from a bump to fore-edge, else a very good copy, in a dust jacket with faded spine and a bit of edge wear. Signed by Engle and Justice on the front free endpaper, and a signed bookplate by Coulette tipped in on same.

    Book ID: 183543
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