Huntington Beach: Tebot Bach, 1999. First Edition. Softcover, Review Copy with publisher's materials laid in, Fine in pictorial wrappers (softcover).
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Dryad Press, 1974. First Edition. Very Good plus in wrappers (softcover), INSCRIBED by the author on the front endpaper. Limited to 1000 copies. Poetry.
Austin, TX: Pyramid Publishing Company, 1972. First Edition. SIGNED by Roky Erickson on the front flyleaf. With the original circular red "Autographed Copy" sticker affixed on the front board. A book of poems written by Erickson, legendary singer and songwriter for the 13th Floor Elevators, during his stay at the Rusk Hospital for the Criminally Insane in Rusk, Texas. The.....
Detroit: Lotus Press, 1980. First American Edition. Originally published in Germany in 1977. Fine and unread in illustrated wrappers. Experimental, Beatnik-esque poetry from the African-American poet, novelist, and sculptor.
Oldham: Incline Press, 2006. First Edition. One of 150 numbered copies (this being No. 10), SIGNED by the author. With a three-color linocut illustration by Bert Eastman. Printed by letterpress on handmade Khadi paper. 6.25 x 11.5 inches, hand-sewn exposed binding with ribbon ties, housed in a stiff paper sleeve with paper label. About Fine.
New York: Faber and Faber, 1999. First UK Edition (true First), a paperback original, Fine in yellow wrappers and card dust jacket as issued.
London: Nick Hearn Books Limited, 1994. First Edition. SIGNED by editors Christopher and Malcolm McKee on the title page. Near Fine and unread in illustrated wrappers. An anthology of poems and short fiction inspired by the Bard. Contributions by Noel Coward, Hugh Laurie, Cole Porter, and others. A nice copy.
New York: The Norton Library / W.W. Norton, 1962. Trade softcover. First printing of this edition. Near Fine in wrappers (softcover) as issued.
Alton: Prospero Poets, 1995. First Edition. One of 60 numbered copies (of a total of 499), this being No. 40, SIGNED by the Ted Hughes and by the artist, Christopher Battye. Accompanied by a small broadside (as issued) that reproduces the text of the poem in its entirety along with two illustrations from the book. The print is also signed.....
New York: Abingdon-Cokesbury Press, 1935. Presumed First Edition. Near Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket. Previous owner inscription on the front pastedown. Light wear to dust jacket edges, else Fine. Poetry translated from the Japanese by Lois J. Erickson with black and white line drawings by Julian Brazleton.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1957. First Edition. Includes two plays, "Three Travellers Watch a Sunrise," and "Carlos Among the Candles."Near Fine and unread in a Near Fine dust jacket. Slight offsetting at the pastedowns. Jacket spine slightly faded, with very brief signs of shelfwear. An attractive copy. A26.a.1.
London: Faber and Faber, 1959. First UK Edition. Includes two plays, "Three Travellers Watch a Sunrise," and "Carlos Among the Candles."Near Fine and unread in a Near Fine dust jacket. Spine slightly faded. Jacket spine slightly faded, with a tiny chip at the bottom spine end, and very brief rubbing at the top end. A lovely copy. Edelstein A26.a.5.
Torino: Giulio Einaudi, 1954. First Italian Edition (and correct first). Text in English and Italian. White printed wrappers, pages uncut. Near Fine in a Very Good plus or better example of the scarce original glassine. A single shallow crease on the front wrapper, else Fine. Glassine spine slightly toned, with a few tiny chips at the rear panel edge and.....
Wulfrath: Heiderhoff and Marschner, 1962. Quarto. This edition limited to 165 copies of which this No. 90. SIGNED by both the poet and artist on the colophon page. Near Fine and unread in perfect-bound stiff laid paper wrappers. Minor toning to the spine and panel edges with light soil and a few tiny nicks at the spine ends. Illustrated with.....
New York: E.P. Dutton, 1915. Octavo. First American Edition. Publisher's tan cloth, spine title and rule gilt, top page edges gilt. Very Good plus condition, lacking the dust jacket. Slight spine lean and toning, light rubbing at the extremities, rear pastedown and title page hinges professionaly repaired, and a couple of tiny chips to a few leaves. A dense exploration.....
Madison, WI: Dream House Press, 1986. First Edition. One of 250 copies (200 unnumbered softcover copies and 50 hardcover copies numbered and signed by the author), this being softcover. Near Fine and unread in illustrated, saddle-stapled paper wrappers. Poems from the notable science-fiction author. Cover illustration by Robert Kellough. An attractive copy.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1998. Later printing. Fine and unread in a Fine dust jacket.
Boston: David R. Godine, 1978. First American Edition. Fine and unread in a Fine dust jacket. Tiny rub to top corner of front board.
New York: Harper and Row, 1977. First Edition. INSCRIBED (though not signed) by the author on the front endpaper: "For Johanna / With friendship (through your father) / Detroit / 11-7-77."Very Good plus in a Very Good plus dust jacket. Binding slightly cocked, with a production wrinkle to a few preliminary leaves, light toning throughout. Jacket spine and flaps moderately.....
London: Macmillan, 1967. UNCORRECTED PROOF. Near fine in printed wrappers.