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  • POETRY, Volume 200 (CC) Number 3, June 2012. by Addonizio, Kim, signed; Di Piero, W. S. and others, contributors. Christian Wiman, editor.
    Addonizio, Kim, signed; Di Piero, W. S. and others, contributors. Christian Wiman, editor.
    POETRY, Volume 200 (CC) Number 3, June 2012.

    Edition: First printing.

    Chicago: Poetry Foundation, 2012. SIGNED first edition - Includes a selection of poems by W. S. di Piero as the Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize Portfolio and also new poems by Stuart Dybek, Kim Addonizio, and others plus a selection of poems from 100 years (all women), comments and reviews.SIGNED by Addonizio at her poem "Heraclitean." Notes on contributors. Cover art by Yuko Shimizu..

    Condition: Fine in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 55378
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  • POETRY, Volume 186 (CLXXXVI) Number 5, September 2005. by Addonizio, Kim, signed; Williams, C. K; Meghan O'Rourke, Phyllis Rose and others, contributors. Christian Wiman, editor.
    Addonizio, Kim, signed; Williams, C. K; Meghan O'Rourke, Phyllis Rose and others, contributors. Christian Wiman, editor.
    POETRY, Volume 186 (CLXXXVI) Number 5, September 2005.

    Edition: First printing.

    Chicago: Poetry Foundation, 2005. SIGNED first edition - Includes poetry by C. K Williams, Meghan O'Rourke, Marilyn Nelson, Kim Addonizio,and others, comments by Phyllis Rose, Daniel Hoffman and more, reviews. SIGNED by Kim Addonizio at her poem "Verities." Notes on contributors. Cover art by Marcel Dzama.

    Condition: Near fine in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 47884
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  • (Allison, Dorothy; Claribel Alegiria, May Stevens, Maureen Brady and others, contributors.) Elly Bulkin, Jan Clausen, Irena Klepfisz and Rima Shore, editors.
    CONDITIONS: SIX.

    Edition: First appearance in print of these works.

    Brooklyn, New York: Conditions, 1980. SIGNED first edition - A feminist magazine of writing by women with an emphasis on writing by lesbians. Includes poetry by Alegria, Gloria Anzualdua, Judith Vollmer and others; fiction by Allison ("I Am Working on My Charm"), Stevens, Sauda Jamal, Camille Norton,etc ; an interview with "An Old Dyke" - Doris Lundin - by Elly Bulkin; a rememberance of the Russian poet, Sophia Parnok; reviews and more. SIGNED by Allison at her contribution. 270 pp plus advertisements.

    Condition: Good condition in stiff illustrated wrappers (some rubbing and wear to the covers.)

    Book ID: 32810
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  • CONDITIONS: FIVE: The Black Women's Issue. by Bethel, Lorraine and Barbara Smith, editiors; Audre Lourde, Cheryl Clarke, Chirlane McCray and others, contributors.
    Bethel, Lorraine and Barbara Smith, editiors; Audre Lourde, Cheryl Clarke, Chirlane McCray and others, contributors.
    CONDITIONS: FIVE: The Black Women's Issue.

    Edition: First printing.

    Brooklyn, New York: Conditions, 1979. First edition - A rather hard to find issue of this feminist magazine of writing by women with an emphasis on writing by lesbians. This issue focuses on poetry, journals, fiction and more by Black women writers and feminists - including Donna Allegra, Michelle Clinton, Pat Parker, Toi Derricote, Audre Lourde, Gloria T. Hull, Cheryl Clarke and others. Among the contributors is Chirlane McCray, now the wife of New York mayor Bill de Blasio and still an activist. She has stated that her poetry became an outlet for the anger she felt at the bullying and racism she encountered as the only Black student in high school. Her two page untitled poem both expresses…

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    Brooklyn, New York: Conditions, 1979. First edition - A rather hard to find issue of this feminist magazine of writing by women with an emphasis on writing by lesbians. This issue focuses on poetry, journals, fiction and more by Black women writers and feminists - including Donna Allegra, Michelle Clinton, Pat Parker, Toi Derricote, Audre Lourde, Gloria T. Hull, Cheryl Clarke and others. Among the contributors is Chirlane McCray, now the wife of New York mayor Bill de Blasio and still an activist. She has stated that her poetry became an outlet for the anger she felt at the bullying and racism she encountered as the only Black student in high school. Her two page untitled poem both expresses her anger "evil pouting mammy bitch, / a nigger woman passed over" and her optimism "i can laugh about it / trade stories and write poems / about all those put-downs. . I'm through waiting for minds to change." Notes on contributors. 187 pp plus advertisements.

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    Condition: Very good in black wrappers (a gift card had been pasted inside front cover, discoloration from glue remains)

    Book ID: 79979
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  • CONDITIONS: SEVEN, Volume III, Number 1. Spring 1981. by Bulkin, Elly, Jan Claussen and others, editors.
    Bulkin, Elly, Jan Claussen and others, editors.
    CONDITIONS: SEVEN, Volume III, Number 1. Spring 1981.

    Edition: First printing.

    Brooklyn, New York: Conditions, 1981. First edition - A feminist magazine of writing by women with an emphasis on writing by lesbians - poetry, fiction, essays and reviews. Includes contributions from Joy Harjo, Wendy Rose, Cherrie Moraga, Adrienne Rich, Janine Canan, Linda Hogan, Paula Gunn Allen, Becky Birtha, Michelle Cliff, Nellie Wong and others,. Notes on contributors, 197 pp plus ads.

    Condition: Near fine in illustrated wrappers (some rubbing to the covers).

    Book ID: 76779
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  • POETRY, Volume 199 (CXCIX) Number 5, February 2012. by Christian Wiman, editor.Jane Hirshfield, Philip Levine, Carol Frost, Greg Glazner and others, contributors.
    Christian Wiman, editor.Jane Hirshfield, Philip Levine, Carol Frost, Greg Glazner and others, contributors.
    POETRY, Volume 199 (CXCIX) Number 5, February 2012.

    Edition: First printing.

    Chicago: Poetry Foundation, 2012. SIGNED first edition - Includes new poems by Philip Levine, Jane Hirshfield, Carol Frost, Greg Glazner, Robert Pinksky, Connie Voisine and others plus a selection of poems from 100 years (including Langston Hughes, Weldon Kees, Robert Frost), etc. Cover art by Felix Sockwell. Notes on contributors.

    Condition: Fine in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 73414
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  • POETRY, Volume 154 (CLIV) Number 6, September 1989. by Dobyns, Stephen; Jeffrey Skinner, Angela Ball, Brendan Galvin and others, contributors. Joseph Parisi, editor.
    Dobyns, Stephen; Jeffrey Skinner, Angela Ball, Brendan Galvin and others, contributors. Joseph Parisi, editor.
    POETRY, Volume 154 (CLIV) Number 6, September 1989.

    Edition: First printing.

    Chicago: Poetry Foundation, 1989. First edition - Includes poetry by Stephen Dobyns, Jeffrey Skinner, Angela Ball, Brendan Galvin, Steve Orlen, William Ford and others, comments by Ben Howard, reviews. Notes on contributors. Cover art by Paul Klee.

    Condition: Good in dark green wrappers (peeled spot from botched removal of mailing label on front cover.)

    Book ID: 47919
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  • POETRY, Volume 189 (CLXXIX) Number 6, March 2007. by Hill, Geoffrey; Andrew Hudgins, Afaa M. Weaver and others, contributors. Christian Wiman, editor. Kay Ryan, signed.
    Hill, Geoffrey; Andrew Hudgins, Afaa M. Weaver and others, contributors. Christian Wiman, editor. Kay Ryan, signed.
    POETRY, Volume 189 (CLXXIX) Number 6, March 2007.

    Edition: First printing.

    Chicago: Poetry Foundation, 2007. SIGNED first edition - Includes poetry by Andrew Hudgins, Afaa M. Weaver, Geoffrey Hill, Kay Ryan and others, comments by Anne Stevenson and D. H. Tracy, reviews. SIGNED by Kay Ryan at her poem 'Train-Track Figure.' Notes on contributors. Cover art by John Arndt..

    Condition: Very near fine in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 47916
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  • POETRY, Volume 194 (CXCIV) Number 4, July / August 2009. by Hirshfield,Jane, signed, David Bottoms, Katha Pollitt, Charles Simic and others, contributors. Christian Wiman, editor.
    Hirshfield,Jane, signed, David Bottoms, Katha Pollitt, Charles Simic and others, contributors. Christian Wiman, editor.
    POETRY, Volume 194 (CXCIV) Number 4, July / August 2009.

    Edition: First printing.

    Chicago: Poetry Foundation, 2009. SIGNED first edition - Includes poetry by David Bottoms, W. S. Merwin, Philip Levine, Tony Hoagland and others, comments by Clive James, Katha Pollitt. a section on Yvor Winters and more, reviews. SIGNED by Jane Hirshfield at her poem "Perishable, It Said." Notes on contributors. Cover art by Tatsuro Kiuchi..

    Condition: Just about fine in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 64160
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  • POETRY, Volume 194 (CXCIV) Number 3, June 2009. by Hofmann, Michael, P. K. Page, Tom Sleigh and others, contributors. Christian Wiman, editor.
    Hofmann, Michael, P. K. Page, Tom Sleigh and others, contributors. Christian Wiman, editor.
    POETRY, Volume 194 (CXCIV) Number 3, June 2009.

    Edition: First printing.

    Chicago: Poetry Foundation, 2009. First edition - Includes poetry by Michael Hofmann, W. S. di Piero, Averill Curdy, Donald Revell and others, comments by Tom Sleigh (on Thom Gunn) and more, reviews. Notes on contributors. Cover art by Kathy Osborn..

    Condition: Near fine in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 47917
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  • "Reflections on Espionage" in POETRY Vol. CXXV No. 2 , November, 1974. by Hollander, John (Darryl Hine, editor.)
    Hollander, John (Darryl Hine, editor.)
    "Reflections on Espionage" in POETRY Vol. CXXV No. 2 , November, 1974.

    Edition: First printing.

    Chicago: Modern Poetry Association, 1974. First edition - The entire issue of this monthly poetry magazine is devoted to Hollander's long poem 'Reflections on Espionage.' pp 63-109. Cover by R. Williams.

    Condition: Near fine in illustrated orange wrappers.

    Book ID: 43426
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  • HIGH WIND IN JAMAICA in 'Life and Letters' August 1929, Vol. III, No.15. by Hughes, Richard (edited by Desmond MacCarthy.)
    Hughes, Richard (edited by Desmond MacCarthy.)
    HIGH WIND IN JAMAICA in 'Life and Letters' August 1929, Vol. III, No.15.

    Edition: First appearance in print of this work.

    London: Life and Letters, 1929. First edition - The first publication of this classic novel, considered one of the best novels ever written about childhood and possibly an influence on such later novels as Golding's Lord of the Flies. Set in the late 19th century, this is both a poetic and an ironic account of seven young children, on their way to school in England after a hurricane destroyed their home in Jamaica, who wind up on a pirate ship. As explained in the editorial by MacCarthy, it had been the intent of this literary journal to devote an entire issue to one controversy or one work - but the editors wanted to be sure that such a work…

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    London: Life and Letters, 1929. First edition - The first publication of this classic novel, considered one of the best novels ever written about childhood and possibly an influence on such later novels as Golding's Lord of the Flies. Set in the late 19th century, this is both a poetic and an ironic account of seven young children, on their way to school in England after a hurricane destroyed their home in Jamaica, who wind up on a pirate ship. As explained in the editorial by MacCarthy, it had been the intent of this literary journal to devote an entire issue to one controversy or one work - but the editors wanted to be sure that such a work would be one of 'unusual merit and originality.' and they felt this novel by Hughes met their requirements. Rather than serializing the novel, they increased the length of the periodical and shortened the novel somewhat so the entire story could be presented in one issue - preceding the publication in book format by Chatto and Windus, but as MacCarthy stated 'no one who reads this abbreviated version can fail to want to possess the book.' pp 82-242. Advertisements.

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    Condition: Fair condition only in red and tan wrappers (spine slant, some soiling to the covers and edges of textblock, previous owner's name on front cover.) Nevertheless, quite uncommon and interesting,

    Book ID: 38614
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  • POETRY, Volume 200 (CC) Number 1, April 2012. by Komunyakaa, Yusef, Maxine Kumin, Patricia Smith, Clive James, Vera Pavlova and others, contributors. Christian Wiman, editor.
    Komunyakaa, Yusef, Maxine Kumin, Patricia Smith, Clive James, Vera Pavlova and others, contributors. Christian Wiman, editor.
    POETRY, Volume 200 (CC) Number 1, April 2012.

    Edition: First printing.

    Chicago: Poetry Foundation, 2012. First edition - Includes new poems by Yusef Komunyakaa, Nate Krug, Patricia Kilpatrick and others plus a selection of poems from 100 years (including Muriel Rukseyer and Gwendolyn Brooks), comments on "poets we have known" (Gerald Stern on Muriel Rukseyer, Patricia Smith on Gwendolyn Brooks, Clive James on William Empson, etc), excerpts from Vera Pavlova's notebooks and reviews. Notes on contributors. Cover art by Milton Glaser.

    Condition: Fine in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 56252
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  • POETRY, Volume 195 (CXCV) Number 3, December 2009. by Levine, Philip; Valzhyna Mort, Franz Wright and others, contributors. Christian Wiman, editor.
    Levine, Philip; Valzhyna Mort, Franz Wright and others, contributors. Christian Wiman, editor.
    POETRY, Volume 195 (CXCV) Number 3, December 2009.

    Edition: First printing.

    Chicago: Poetry Foundation, 2009. First edition - Includes poetry by Philip Levine, Daryl Hine, James Lasdun, Valzhyna Mort, Franz Wright and others, comments by John Kinsella, Peter Campion and more, reviews. Notes on contributors. Cover art by Jorge Colombo.

    Condition: Very near fine in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 47918
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  • RED INK: A Native American Student Publication Volume Three (3) Number Three (3), Spring 1995 by Lomayesva, Frederick; Adrienne King, Annetta Sapier and others.
    Lomayesva, Frederick; Adrienne King, Annetta Sapier and others.
    RED INK: A Native American Student Publication Volume Three (3) Number Three (3), Spring 1995

    Edition: First printing.

    Tucson: University of Arizona, American Indian Studies Program, 1995. First edition - Red Ink was a literary journal focused on the stories, art, poetry, and essays of Native American students, and which was published for 25 years, from 1990-2015. This issue includes articles on American Indian identity by Frederick Lomayesva, on films by Brent Michael Davids. Words of the Wind by Adrienne King, photo essay by Annetta Sapier, book reviews, notes on contributors and more. Large format. 46 pp.

    Condition: Fine in stapled illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 78455
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  • RADICAL HISTORY REVIEW: Film and History, Number 41, Spring 1988. by Musser, Charles and Robert Sklar, Robert, guest editors.
    Musser, Charles and Robert Sklar, Robert, guest editors.
    RADICAL HISTORY REVIEW: Film and History, Number 41, Spring 1988.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Radical History Review, 1988. First edition - An issue devoted to film and history, featuring articles like "Oh! Althusser!: Historiography and the rise of cinema studies" by Sklar; "Work, Ideology and Chaplin's Tramp" by Musser; "The Japanese tragedy: film censorship and the American occupation" by Kyoko Hirano' Ana Lopez, on the new Latin American cinema, and more. Illustrated. Notes on contributors, ads. 192 pp.

    Condition: Very good in illustrated silver wrappers (stamp on first page)

    Book ID: 78665
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  • THE LBJ: Avian Life Literary Arts, Fall 2008, Volume 1, Number 1. by Neely, Nick, editor (Barry Kent MacKay, illustrator.)
    Neely, Nick, editor (Barry Kent MacKay, illustrator.)
    THE LBJ: Avian Life Literary Arts, Fall 2008, Volume 1, Number 1.

    Edition: First printing.

    Reno, NV: University of Nevada Press, 2008. First edition - The first issue of a new literary journal dedicated to those who enjoy birds - includes poetry, short stories and creative non-fiction - as well as two sections of full-color paintings of birds by Barry Kent MacKay (who also provided the cover art) and book reviews. Notes on contributors. 152 pp. We specialize in literary journals, and have many others - including many not yet catalogued and listed on line. ISBN: 1942-4485.

    Condition: Fine in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 45753
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  • POETRY Vol. CLXIII No. 6 , March, 1974. by Parisi, Joseph, editor.
    Parisi, Joseph, editor.
    POETRY Vol. CLXIII No. 6 , March, 1974.

    Edition: First printing.

    Chicago: Modern Poetry Association, 1974. First edition - INear fine in illustrated orange wrappers. ncludes poems from David Wagoner, Molly Bendall, Robert Hass (his first appearance in this magazine), Reg Saner and more. pp 311-355plus a cumulative index to volume 163. .

    Condition: Very good in illustrated gray wrappers (remnants of a mailing label).

    Book ID: 71820
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  • POETRY, Volume 166 (CLXVI) Number 5, August 1995. by Parisi, Joseph, editor. Billy Collins, David Wagoner and others, contributors.
    Parisi, Joseph, editor. Billy Collins, David Wagoner and others, contributors.
    POETRY, Volume 166 (CLXVI) Number 5, August 1995.

    Edition: First printing.

    Chicago: Poetry Foundation, 1995. First edition - Iincludes poetry by Michele Wolf, Carolyn Kizer, Gary Soto, Billy Collins, David Wagoner and others; comment by Thomas Disch, reviews. Notes on contributors.

    Condition: Very good in orange wrappers (remnants of mailing label, sunning to spine.)

    Book ID: 78347
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  • POETRY, Volume 161 (CLXI) Number 2, November 1992. by Parisi, Joseph, editor. Dannie Abse, Jane Flanders and others, contributors.
    Parisi, Joseph, editor. Dannie Abse, Jane Flanders and others, contributors.
    POETRY, Volume 161 (CLXI) Number 2, November 1992.

    Edition: First printing.

    Chicago: Poetry Foundation, 1992. First edition - Iincludes poetry by Walter Pavlich, Jane O. Wayne, Michael Collier, Dannie Abse, Jane Flanders and others; comments by David Baker, reviews. Notes on contributors.

    Condition: Very good in gray wrappers (toning to spine)

    Book ID: 78346
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  • POETRY, Volume 165 (CLXV) Number 2, November 1994. by Parisi, Joseph, editor. David Bottoms, David Wagoner and others, contributors.
    Parisi, Joseph, editor. David Bottoms, David Wagoner and others, contributors.
    POETRY, Volume 165 (CLXV) Number 2, November 1994.

    Edition: First printing.

    Chicago: Poetry Foundation, 1994. First edition - Iincludes poetry by Dannie Abse, Linda Pastan, David Bottoms, David Wagoner and others; comments by Ben Howard, reviews. Notes on contributors.

    Condition: Very good in gray wrappers (remnants of mailing label.)

    Book ID: 78345
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  • POETRY, Volume 150 (CL) Number 3, June 1987. by Parisi, Joseph, editor. Gary Soto, Jane Kenyon and others, contributors.
    Parisi, Joseph, editor. Gary Soto, Jane Kenyon and others, contributors.
    POETRY, Volume 150 (CL) Number 3, June 1987.

    Edition: First printing.

    Chicago: Poetry Foundation, 1987. First edition - Iincludes poetry by Stephen Dunn, George Evans, Elizabeth Spires, Greg Glazner, Gary Soto, Jane Kenyon and others; comments by Alice Fulton, reviews. Notes on contributors.

    Condition: Very good in blue wrappers (sunning to spine.)

    Book ID: 78342
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  • POETRY, Volume 167 (CLXVII) Number 6, March 1996. by Parisi, Joseph, editor. Neal Bowers, Mary Oliver and others, contributors.
    Parisi, Joseph, editor. Neal Bowers, Mary Oliver and others, contributors.
    POETRY, Volume 167 (CLXVII) Number 6, March 1996.

    Edition: First printing.

    Chicago: Poetry Foundation, 1996. First edition - Iincludes poetry by Carolyn Kizer, John Hollander, Stephen Dunn, Neal Bowers, Mary Oliver and others; comment by Ben Howard, reviews. Notes on contributors.

    Condition: Very good in magenta wrappers (remnants of mailing label, peeled spots on front cover from label.)

    Book ID: 78348
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  • POETRY, Volume 160 (CLX) Number 3, June 1992. by Parisi, Joseph, editor. W. S. Merwin, Linda Pastan and others, contributors.
    Parisi, Joseph, editor. W. S. Merwin, Linda Pastan and others, contributors.
    POETRY, Volume 160 (CLX) Number 3, June 1992.

    Edition: First printing.

    Chicago: Poetry Foundation, 1992. First edition - Iincludes poetry by David Bottoms, Lawrence Raab, Gregory Orr, Alison Stone, W. S. Merwin, Linda Pastan and others; comments by William Logan, reviews. Notes on contributors.

    Condition: Very good in pale peach wrappers (sunning to spine and edges of covers.)

    Book ID: 78343
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  • RED INK: A Native American Student Publication Volume FIVE (5) Number ONE (1), FALL 1996 by Rose, Nantiki; Jessica Estrada, Robert Morin and others.
    Rose, Nantiki; Jessica Estrada, Robert Morin and others.
    RED INK: A Native American Student Publication Volume FIVE (5) Number ONE (1), FALL 1996

    Edition: First printing.

    Tucson: University of Arizona, American Indian Studies Program, 1996. First edition - Red Ink was a literary journal focused on the stories, art, poetry, and essays of Native American students, and which was published for 25 years, from 1990-2015. This issue includes articles on Indian gaming by Robert Morin, on memories of memories of Eskimo culture by Mary Jane Litchard. archeology on the rez by Al Livingston, poetry by Nantiki Rose, Cindi Landrum, E. K Kim Caldwell, art by Jessica Estrada, book reviews, notes on contributors and more. Large format. 98 pp. Cover art by Leonard Chana.

    Condition: Fine in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 78456
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  • THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ANTHOLOGY, VOL IV (Volune 4.) by (Simpson, Mona and Carol Muske-Dukes, signed) Fuchs, Carol and Lorraine Crampton, editors.
    (Simpson, Mona and Carol Muske-Dukes, signed) Fuchs, Carol and Lorraine Crampton, editors.
    THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ANTHOLOGY, VOL IV (Volune 4.)

    Edition: First printing.

    Los Angeles: University of Southern California, (1986.). SIGNED first edition - A collection of prose, poetry and fine art published by USC's Master of Professional Writing Program. SIGNED by two contributors: Mona Simpson at her excerpt "Splinters" and by Carol Muske Dukes at her poem "Asbestos." Also includes contributions from Gina Nahai, Robert Bly, Marge Piercy, James Rechy, William Stafford, Diane Wakowski, Louise Shivers and more. Interviews with Bill C. Davis, Hubert Selby, Jr and George Plimpton. 137 pp. ISBN: 0-961510811.

    Condition: Good only (some pink staining to the back cover), but uncommon, especially so signed.

    Book ID: 50416
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  • POETRY, Volume 202 (CCII) Number 4, July / August 2013. by Wiman, Christian editor.
    Wiman, Christian editor.
    POETRY, Volume 202 (CCII) Number 4, July / August 2013.

    Edition: First printing.

    Chicago: Poetry Foundation, 2013. First edition - Includes a selection of poems by Kay Ryan, David Orr, Philip Schultz,
    fanny Howe, Christina Davis and many more. A section on remembering poets - including Allen Ginsberg by Marjorie Perloff, Richard Wilbur by Donald Hall, Ruth Stone by Bianca Stone and others. Notes on contributors, ads. Cover art by Marcellus Hall.

    Condition: Fine in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 67210
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  • POETRY: The Q&A Issue: Volume 201 (CCI) Number 3, December 2012. by Wiman, Christian editor. Marilyn Chin, signed.
    Wiman, Christian editor. Marilyn Chin, signed.
    POETRY: The Q&A Issue: Volume 201 (CCI) Number 3, December 2012.

    Edition: First printing.

    Chicago: Poetry Foundation, 2012. SIGNED first edition - Includes new poems by Mary Karr, Marilyn Chin, Lucie Brock-Broido, Dana Levin and others. SIGNED by Marilyn Chin at her contribution "from Beautiful Boyfriend." Cover art by Art Chantry. Notes on contributors.

    Condition: Fine in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 67211
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  • RED INK: A Native American Student Publication Volume Four (4) Number One (1), Fall 1995. by Woods, J. Cedric; E.L. Roanhorse, Gerard Dawavendewa and others.
    Woods, J. Cedric; E.L. Roanhorse, Gerard Dawavendewa and others.
    RED INK: A Native American Student Publication Volume Four (4) Number One (1), Fall 1995.

    Edition: First printing.

    Tucson: University of Arizona, American Indian Studies Program, 1995. First edition - Red Ink was a literary journal focused on the stories, art, poetry, and essays of Native American students, and which was published for 25 years, from 1990-2015. This issue includes an article on the US vs Abeyta by Kenneth B. Mello, a section of drawings by Gerard Dawavendawa (who also provided the cover graphic), poems by E. L. Roanhorse, Charles R. England, Reva 'Mariah' S. Gover and others, book reviews, notes on contributors and more. Large format, handsomely produced. 54 pp.

    Condition: Fine in stapled illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 78453
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  • RED INK: A Native American Student Publication Volume Three (3) Number One (1), Spring 1994 by Woods, J. Cedric; Gloria Bird, Albert Bender and others.
    Woods, J. Cedric; Gloria Bird, Albert Bender and others.
    RED INK: A Native American Student Publication Volume Three (3) Number One (1), Spring 1994

    Edition: First printing.

    Tucson: University of Arizona, American Indian Studies Program, 1994. First edition - Red Ink was a literary journal focused on the stories, art, poetry, and essays of Native American students, and which was published for 25 years, from 1990-2015. This issue includes articles on gaming and Indian sovereignty by Albert Bender, on Columbus by Garrett Holm and on the Indian Health Services policy of sterilization by Charles England, poems by Gloria Bird, Reva 'Mariah' S. Gover, J. Cedric Woods, Presley Hickman and others, book reviews, notes on contributors and more. Large format. 46 pp.

    Condition: Fine in stapled illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 78454
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