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  • Soto, Gary
    The Cemetery at Holy Cross (broadside)

    First Edition

    N. Pl., (Fresno, California): Arte.Americas, 1989. Large broadside, 22 x 19.75 inches. printed in black ink. Illustration by F. John Sierra. Printed by Louie the Foot. ISBN: 281AIB1050021.

    Signed by the author at bottom of broadside. Limited edition, copy 'Z' of 26 lettered copies. First edition (first printing). Few spots of foixing.

    Book ID: 266194
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  • Irby, Kenneth
    A Set

    First Edition

    Lawrence, Kansas: Tansy Press, 1983. Six sheets, 17.5 x 14 inches, title page, 4 pages of poems, limitation sheet. Irby (1936-2015) was professor of English at the University of Kansas. In November, 2011, a colloquium was held at the University in honor of his work and 75th birthday. ISBN: 281AIB1050128.

    Signed by the author on limitation page, #25/50 signed and numbered copies. First edition (first printing). A near fine copy in blue wrappers (paperback) with title, author and publisher in red ink. Slight creasing to cover and sheets.

    Book ID: 266378
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  • Marfa by Tate, James
    Tate, James
    Marfa

    First Edition

    Mansfield, Connecticut: University of Connecticut Library, 1974. Broadside, 14.75 x 5 inches. Issued in an edition of 250 copies on the occasion of a reading on April 23, 1974. Limited to 250 copies. ISBN: B003WHDC2Q.

    Signed by the author. First edition. A fine copy.

    Book ID: 263090
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  • Hard Pressed. Number 6 by Budd, Gary, et al. (editors)
    Budd, Gary, et al. (editors)
    Hard Pressed. Number 6

    First Edition

    Point Arena, California: Ellen's Old Alchemical Press, 1980. 36 poets, each with a separate broadside poem, 1 folded. Art by Ken Rogers, Karl Kempton and Jerome Salzmann. ISBN: 281AIB1048439.

    First edition (first printing). A near fine copy. Housed in plywood covers with leather laces and cloth interior. Laces are broken or missing. Contents are fine.

    Book ID: 263472
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  • Berkeley in a Time of Plague by Spicer, Jack
    Spicer, Jack
    Berkeley in a Time of Plague

    First Edition

    Berkeley: Arif Press, 1974. Broadside, 11.5 x 8 inches. Limited to 150 copies. Three-color printing on white stock. ISBN: 281AIB1048991.

    First edition (first printing). A near fine copy. Small crease at lower right corner.

    Book ID: 264415
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  • Shroud of the Gnome by Tate, James
    Tate, James
    Shroud of the Gnome

    First Edition

    Warwick, New York: Warwick Press, 1996. Broadside, 15 x 10 inches. Designed and letterpress printed by Carol J. Blinn. ISBN: 281AIB1048127.

    Signed by the author. Limited edition, #85/100. First edition. A fine copy.

    Book ID: 263091
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  • Poetry Makes Rhythm in Philosophy (Christmas Broadside Number 9) by Reed, Ishmael
    Reed, Ishmael
    Poetry Makes Rhythm in Philosophy (Christmas Broadside Number 9)

    First Edition

    Lockwood Memorial Library, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1976. 9-1/4 by 12 inches. Poem. One of 25 signed and numbered copies. The ninth in a series of Christmas Broadsides. ISBN: 281AIB1026458.

    First edition (first printing). Two horizontal creases from original tri-fold and a bit of wear at the edges, thus very good. Signed by the author. Copy number 14.

    Book ID: 120786
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  • Unpopulist Manifesto by Wolberg, Joe
    Wolberg, Joe
    Unpopulist Manifesto

    First Edition

    San Francisco: Golden Mountain Press. 12 by 16 inches. In 1975, Wolberg was appointed to run City Lights Bookstore after long-time manager, Shig Murao, had a stroke. Wolberg worked to get the financing of the store, which flirted with bankruptcy, in order, bumping heads with many of the store regulars (hangers-on rather than customers). This is his revenge, a poem mocking poets. ISBN: 281AIB1024794.

    First edition (first printing). A near fine copy, folded in quarters, as issued.

    Book ID: 109051
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  • Rothenberg, Michael
    A Lesson in Limits

    First Edition

    San Francisco: Andrew Hoyem, 1977. Broadside, 17.5 x 12.5 inches. Drawing by Nancy Davis. Edition limited to 250 copies. Poem printed in red, drawing in blue. ISBN: 281AIB1050148.

    Signed by the author below limitation details.. First edition (first printing). A fine copy.

    Book ID: 266452
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  • Laughlin, James
    It Does Me Good (broadside)

    First Edition

    New Haven, Yale University: Bibliographical Press Poetry Broadside, 1977. Broadside, 18 x 8.5 inches. Printed in black ink with turquoise decoration. Printed on occasion of a reading by Laughlin November 16, 1977. Laughlin founded New Directions publishing in the 1930s. ISBN: 281AIB1050134.

    Signed by the author under his printed name. Limited edition, #7/70.. First edition (first printing). A near fine copy in wrappers (paperback). Slight surface soiling below the limitation note.

    Book ID: 266384
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  • A Beginning by Shoemaker, Jack
    Shoemaker, Jack
    A Beginning

    First Edition

    San francisco: A Madrugada Broadside, 1972. One sheet, folded, 8.5 x 6.75 inches, when folded, with illustration on inside opposite to poem. Limited edition. Shoemaker was the founder of North Point Press and is the founding editor and the editorial director of Counterpoint Press in Berkeley. ISBN: 281AIB1049378.

    Signed by the author. First edition (first printing). A fine copy. Edition limited to 26 lettered copies.

    Book ID: 265032
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  • Meltzer, David
    Amulet (broadside)

    First Edition

    Cambridge: The Pomegranate Press, 1974. Broadside, 15.5 x 12 inches. Handprinted in Baskerville types on Nideggen paper. Illustration by K. Klopp. Printed on tan paper in black ink. Illustration in brown. ISBN: 281AIB1050139.

    Signed by the author and illustrator, Limited edition, #7/100 copies.. First edition (first printing). A fine copy.

    Book ID: 266388
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  • Reznikoff, Charles
    Heart and Clock (broadside)

    Philadelphia: Printed for distribution at the National Poetry Festival, Thomas Jefferson College by the East Lansing Arts Workshop Press, 1973. Broadside, 14 x 8.5 inches. Printed on tan paper in black ink. From Reznikoff's 'By the Waters of Manhattan.'. ISBN: B07RBK2CK2.

    First edition thus. Very good copy, Upper right of broadside is scuffed anndd darkened. Some creasing along top.

    Book ID: 265538
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  • Wright, James
    Entering the Kingdom of the Moray Eel. with: At Peace with the Ocean Off Misquamicut (Broadside)

    First Edition

    Huntington, New York: A Poem A Month Club. Printed at The Printery, 1978. Broadside, 17 x 11.5 inches. Wright (1927-1980) won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry for his 'Collected Poems' in 1972, The James Wright Poetry Festival was held yearly from 1981-2007 at Martins Ferry, Ohio, the poet's birthplace. ISBN: B07PZ59MZB.

    Signed by the author at bottom of broadside. Limited to 500 numbered copies. A near fine copy. Slight edge creasing.

    Book ID: 266381
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  • Water Mirror XXII by Bayes, Ron. Photograph by Ralph Weiss
    Bayes, Ron. Photograph by Ralph Weiss
    Water Mirror XXII

    First Edition

    Laurinburg, North Carolina: The Curveship Press, 1975. One large sheet folded to create 4 pages, 14 x 11 inches when folded. ISBN: 281AIB1048323.

    Inscribed by the author on envelope containing the poem, "For Carolyn and John w/ love from Ron, Summer 1957." For Carolyn Kizer. Additionally signed below poem by author, Limited edition, #77 of unknown number of signed copies. First edition (first printing). A fine copy. Includes the envelope with the title and publisher on front. Envelope has mild surface soiling and discoloration.

    Book ID: 263352
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  • Meltzer, David. Collage by Peter Bailey
    Station (broadside)

    First Edition

    San Francisco Arts Festival, 1964. Broadside, 20 x 13 inches. Limited to 300 copies. printed as part of the San Francisco Arts Festival portfolio, 1964. ISBN: 281AIB1050154.

    Signed by the illustrator, Peter Bailey, below his name. First edition (first printing). A near fine copy. Mild creasing in margins.

    Book ID: 266476
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  • Imaginal Geography by Rothenberg, Jerome
    Rothenberg, Jerome
    Imaginal Geography

    First Edition

    University of California, San Diego, 1982. Broadside, 9 x 7 inches. Printed by the author and Atticus Press to commemorate the acquisition of Jerome Rothenberg's papers and manuscripts by the Archive for New Poetry, Central Library, University of California, San Diego. ISBN: 281AIB1048900.

    Signed by the author on rear of broadside. First edition (first printing). A near fine illustrated copy. Limited to 125 copies. There is a horizontal ink mark on the left between the fourth and fifth lines of the poem which (I believe) was a printing error.

    Book ID: 264276
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  • Apoptosis, Or Brautigan's Brains by Phillips, J. J. [Jane]
    Phillips, J. J. [Jane]
    Apoptosis, Or Brautigan's Brains

    First Edition

    Berkeley: desk top published, 2002. Broadside, 11 x 8.5 inches. Poem over image of Richard Brautigan. Jane Phillips is an Afro-American author (mother was of German, African and American Indian; father was English and Virginian Indian). The image of Brautigan is from the SF Chronicle. ISBN: 281AIB1048901.

    Signed and dated by Phillips. Edition limited to 10 numbered copies. First edition (first printing). With one page sheet on Serendipity Books letterhead providing details on the author and the poem. A fine copy.

    Book ID: 264277
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  • California's First Public Library by Strope, Lane
    Strope, Lane
    California's First Public Library

    Eureka, CA: Times Printing Company, 1975. Broadside, 8 by 12 inches. printed in two colors. A brief history of the origins of the Eureka Free Public Library, the first California library established under the 1878 Rogers Act which provided a mechanism for government funding of libraries. (Other Golden State libraries claim to be the first; your cataloguer makes no claims himself but simply offers the definition used here). This broadside was printed by Lane Strope as a keepsake for the Redwood Chappel of letterpress printers, who continue to meet annually to exchange keepsakes. Uncommon, with no holdings in OCLC. ISBN: 281AIB1043696.

    Fine.

    Book ID: 221047
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  • Unpopulist Manifesto by Wolberg, Joe
    Wolberg, Joe
    Unpopulist Manifesto

    First Edition

    San Francisco: Golden Mountain Press. 12 by 16 inches. In 1975, Wolberg was appointed to run City Lights Bookstore after long-time manager, Shig Murao, had a stroke. Wolberg worked to get the financing of the store, which flirted with bankruptcy, in order, bumping heads with many of the store regulars (hangers-on rather than customers). This is his revenge, a poem mocking poets. ISBN: 281AIB1024794.

    First edition (first printing). Very good copy. Small spot on front cover and crease on left edge.

    Book ID: 265545
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