Published by NY: Pantheon, 1973., 1973
1st American edition stated. 208pp, (5.5 x 6.5 inches), bibliography index. Near Fine/Very Good, hardcover with dust jacket. Book is crisp, clean, tight, corners sharp, no markings. DJ is worn with two short tears, rubbing to edges, crease on rear flap. Now in DJ protector. A study of hippies in London communes, back in the day.
Seller Inventory # 18503
Published by Lowell, MA: Ithaca Press, (1974)., 1974
2nd edition. 235pp, (5.5 x 8.5 inches), b&w photos, bibliography, index. Good condition in wrappers(soft cover). Corners of front cover creased, edge of front cover has been damp, just the barest ripple right at the very edge. Does not affect the pages. A light smudge on the title page, otherwise very nice, no spine crease, no internal creases or tears, no markings.
Seller Inventory # 12610
Published by NY: Paragon House, (1988)., 1988
5th paperback printing. 272pp, (6x9 inches), foreword by John Tytell, b&w photos, bibliography, index. VG condition, one corner bent, a little spot on top page edges. There is clear tape on the spine, as reinforcement I suppose. Contents clean and tight, no creases, no markings.
Seller Inventory # 12606
Published by NY: Unmuzzled Ox Foundation, 1981., 1981
158pp, (5.5 x 8.5 inches), b&w photos and drawings. Near Fine in wrappers (softcover). Spine a little faded, otherwise corners sharp, no spine crease, everything crisp and tight, no markings. Appears unread. Corso poems, drawings, interview. Other writing by Chandler Brossard, Paul Eluard, Theodore Enslin, Jack Micheline, et al.
Seller Inventory # 26240
Published by NY: The Phoenix Bookshop, 1983., 1983
. (illustrator). 1st edition stated. xiii,247pp, (6x9 inches), frontis photo of Snyder, several photos of books, indexes. Very Good in green wrappers (soft cover). Covers a little rubbed, otherwise crisp, clean, tight, no spine creasing, no other creases, no markings. Introduction by Snyder, detailed information on books, broadsides, contributions to books and periodicals, translations, recordings, ephemera, et al. Covers publications up through 1976.The Phoenix Bibliographies, No. VIII.
Seller Inventory # 19932
Published by Encinitas, CA: FreeThought Publications, 2000., 2000
20pp, (11 x 13.5 inches), b&w photos and drawings. Very Good condition in self-wrappers. This looks like a tabloid size newspaper, no spine or staples, the pages are just folded together (like a newspaper). The paper is a little yellowed, and the whole thing has been folded once, horizontally. Otherwise everything is clean and crisp, no markings. The Burroughs portrait on the front is by R. Crumb. Includes "The Junky Essay" by Bradley Mason Hamlin, interviews about WSB with James Grauerholtz, Charles Plymell, and Anne Waldman. "Allen [Ginsberg] Visits William" by James McCrary, "Back at the Pond: A Visit with WSB" by Arthur S. Nusbaum. Also two pieces by Burroughs: "Words of Advice for Young People" and For John Dilinger, in the hope that he is still alive." Also includes poetry by students in the MFA program at CSU-Long Beach.
Seller Inventory # 22390
Published by NY: Volitant Publishing Corporation, 1963., 1963
Pages 10-13, 50, 56-63 of a 68 page magazine, color and b&w illustrations. Very Good condition in stapled wrappers (soft cover). Covers lightly rubbed, back cover (white) barely tanning. A little crease at lower corner of front cover. Very light bump to bottom corner of pages, a few pages have a little nick at lower edge. Pages yellowing, chiefly at edges, but not fragile. Basically clean, tight, no tears or creases, no markings. Clearly has been read, but still in nice shape. Other articles include "The French Porno" by Geoffrey Wagoner, "Strictly GI" by Bill Kreh, "The Testimony of Jake LaMotta" by Tom McArdle, "Like, In" by Nick Hammer, et al. A few pin-up photos.
Seller Inventory # 19249
Published by New Castle: The Blue Oak Press, 1977., 1977
The limited edition. #76 of 100 copies SIGNED by Everson. 47pp, (8 x 10 inches), brown leather spine with linen covered boards. Distributed by Capra Press. Afterword by Allan Campo, illustrated by Richard Hotchkiss, b&w photos by Jerry N. Uelsmann. Near Fine/VG. Hardcover in DJ. The book is crisp, tight and clean, corners sharp, no markings, a lovely copy. White DJ soiled, printing is smudged, light wear, but no chips or tears. Signed by Author.
Seller Inventory # 25771
Published by Queens: Energy Press, 1980., 1980
Limited SIGNED edition. #19 of 217 copies. 36pp, (5.5 x 8.5 inches). Very Good conditon in light blue stapled wrappers (soft cover). Covers are sunned (faded), show the lightest of wear, just a little "handled" looking. No tears or creases anywhere, no bumps, no markings to text. Inside the front cover is printed in black ink "For David Banks, In Heaven Also." I can't tell whether this inscription is written by Propper since it is plain bold printing, not in cursive writing. On the first page which serves as the limitation page (or colophon), there is the numbering statement and Propper's signature in bold red ink (a marking pen). The whole booklet looks home-made, perhaps created at a copy service. The poems are in different typefaces and sizes. Not a stylistic device, but just the way they looked in his files I think. The limitation page states: "as originally conceived, my third book of poetry 'For Kerouac in Heaven' consisted of fifty poems plus the title poem. This book exists only in manuscript at present, and has to date been rejected by seven university presses. This present, abbreviated version of the book is a limited edition of 217 copies, all of them numbered and signed." The entire statement is in caps, NOT handwritten, but part of the book. Photos available. Signed by Author.
Seller Inventory # 20417