Published by Novata, California, U.S.A.: New World Library, 2001
Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. Language: eng Language: eng Language: eng Language: eng.
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Published by New World Library, Novato, California, 2001
Association Member: SNEAB
Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. First Edition. Large hardcover, 143 pages in fine condition with fine dustjacket, 1st edition, 1st printing. His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, has captured the world's heart and imagination with his extraordinary wisdom and humility in the face of China'sbrutl, decades long occupation of Tibet. This stunning new visual biography marries provocative writings on His Holiness by some of today's most intriguing authors with vibrant full color images. Sorry no International shipping because of it's size.; 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.
Published by Odyssey Publications, Melrose Highlands, MA, 1976
Soft cover. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. Cover art by H.J. Ward (presumed), "refurbished by Tom Welsh" (illustrator). As-new 5-X-8-inch reprint of the 1936 "spicy" pulp magazine, with slight (3/8ths-inch) crimp to bottom corner of the rear wrap. Seventh in the Odyssey reprint series. No ISBN found. Reproduces wonderful original B&W illustrations in which, needless to say, any lady whose breasts are covered appears unlikely to remain in that condition for long. "The Devil's Mistress" is by Charles L. Baker, Jr. Odyssey editor Will Murray reports "Justin Case" (here contributing "She From Beyond") was another pen name for Robert Leslie Bellem. 119 pp. Reduced from $16.
Published by Mojo Press, Austin, TX, 1995
Hardcover. Condition: Very Good+. No Jacket. Garcia, John & Kim, Miran & Erickson, Marc & Hester, Phillip & Pensa, Shea Anton & Naifeh, Ted & Morgan & Foxmarnick, Tom & Picacio, John and Others (illustrator). First Printing. unpaginated, black cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering. Book SIGNED by one of the editors, Joe Lansdale. The book contains a collection of twenty-three adult short comic stories. They range from pure fantasy to dark horror, to humorous whimsy, to noir, to action/adventure adn science fiction. Some of the authors of the short stories are: Norman Partridge, Poppy Brite, Mark Evans, Joe Lansdale, Brian Biggs, John Bergin, Robert Bloch, Charles de Lint, Michael Moorcock, Richard Klaw, Edgar Allan Poe, Nancy Collins, Bill Crider, Scott Cupp, Marc Paoletti, Paul Wilson, Roger Zelazny, Neal Barrett Jr., Ambrose Bierce, Al Sarrantonio, and others. Some of the illustrators are: Miran Kim, Marc Erickson, Phillip Hester, Shea Pensa, Ted Naifeh, John Picacio, Doug Potter, Matthew Guest, Michael Lark, Bill Bountain, John Lucas, Barb & Theodore Spoon, Jason Morgan, Dean Rohrer and others. Lettering was done by Doug Potter, Brad Thomte, Gary Peterson, and Carrie Spiegel. Signed by One of the Editors.
Published by Bootstrap Press, 2007, 2007
First edition, first printing Fine and bright glossy wraps with strong spine and crisp bright text. A strong representation of contemporary poets including William Corbett, Hoa Nguyen, Joannne Kyger, Joseph Massey, Bob Arnold, Thomas A. Clark, Jonathan Greene, Dale Smith, Louise Landes Levi and many more. Gift quality.
Published by Harris Publications Ltd, London, UK
Hard Back. Condition: Book Fair ++/Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dustjacket. 138 pages. Book has a light musty smell. Boards lightly warped. Front board browned along the top area o/w binding fairly clean. Page-edges yellowed o/w contents clean.
Published by G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York, New York, 2003
Hardcover. Dust Jacket Condition: Very good. xvi, 298 pp. LCC: 2003046911 Very good condition; previous owner's name on inside of front cover; some pen underlining within Introduction.
Published by Akros Publishing, Lancashire, Scotland, 1975
Softcover. Condition: Very Good. Magazine. Octavo. 104pp. Short tears on edges, sticker abrasion on front wrapper, very good. Laid in is a handwritten note Signed by poet Dana Gioia addressed to fellow poet Daniel Hoffman. Prose, Sicilian poetry and Scottish poetry with contributions by Franco Di Marco, Crescenzio Cane, Santo Cali, Pietro Terminelli, Ignazio Apolloni, Gianni Diecidue, Rolando Certa, Fiore Torrisi, Giuseppe Addamo, Carmelo Pirrera, Antonino Cremona, Emanuele Mandara, Giuseppe Zagarrio, Mariella Bettarini, Cesare Zavattini, Danilo Dolci, Nat Scammacca, Duncan Glen, George Bruce, Robert Garioch, T.S. Law, W.S. Graham, Maurice Lindsay, Edwin Morgan, Alexander Scott, George Mackay Brown, Alastair Mackie, Iain Crichton Smith, David Angus, Frederick Lindsay, James Rankin, Donald Campbell, David Black, Alan Bold, Tom Leonard, Liz Lochhead, and Raymond Falconer.
Published by Penguin Books, Harmondsworth, Middlesex, 1970
Original Wraps. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, as Issued. Cover design from the engraving 'Glad Day' by William Blake (illustrator). First Edition. Third printing of the true first edition published in 1971. The book was first published in 1969, and reprinted in 1970 and 1971. A paperback original. Cover design from an engraving by William Blake. ***Very good in colour-illustrated card covers. The covers have some marks and creasing commensurate with age and handling, with some light foxing and browning, and just some light rubbing and creasing at the edges. There is a scuff and crease to the top edge of the front cover. The spine is clean with no reading creases and there is no lean to the binding which is straight. No fading to the covers. Internally the book is also very good, with no inscriptions and no creases or tears. The paper stock is only lightly tanned with age. No foxing. No dustwrappers were issued on these later Penguin editions. ***382 pages plus a on=page publisher's catalogue listing titles in the Penguin Modern Poets series. 180 mm x 110 mm. ***'Here at last is the "secret" generation of more or less British poets whose work could hitherto be discovered only through their own bush telegraph of little magazines and lively readings. These are the energies which have almost completely dispelled the arid critical climate of the fifties and engineered a fresh renaissance of "the voice of the Bard" - The anthology contains many of the best poems of Pete Brown, Dave Cuncliffe, Roy Fisher, Lee Harwood, Spike Hawkins, Anselm Hollo, Bernard Kops, Tom McGrath, Adrian Mitchell, Edwin Morgan, Neil Oram, Tom Pickard, Tom Raworth, Chris Torrance, Alex Trocchi, Gael Turnbull - and forty-seven others - from John Arden to Michael X.' [Quote taken from the back cover] ***A third printing of the true first edition, in its original card covers. A fabulous anthology of the 'Underground' poets of the 1950s and 60s. ***For all our books, postage is charged at cost, allowing for packaging: any shipping rates indicated on ABE are an average only: we will reduce the P & P charge where appropriate - please contact us for postal rates for heavier books and sets etc.
Published by The Ontario Review, Ontario, Canada, 1985
Softcover. Condition: Near Fine. First edition. 109pp. Pictorial green wrappers. Photographs of New York City by George Webber. Modest rubbing, near fine. Including *The Parade* by John Updike, *The Night Between the Second and the Third* by Margareta Ekström, and "On Lines from Emily Dickinson's Letters" by Lewis Turco.