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  • HOW OFTEN DO WE REMEMBER? Seven Poems. by Clare, Elizabeth.
    Clare, Elizabeth.

    Edition: First printing.

    Oakland, CA: Amphibian Press, 1987. dj. SIGNED first edition - An early work by the transgender poet, writer and activist Eli Clare, a group of poems written on the Great Peace March forGlobal Nuclear Disarmament, an eight and a half month walk from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. INSCRIBED on the first page "-- much love, Elizabeth" and dated in July 1987. Designed, handset and printed by Elizabeth Johnson at the Eucalyptus Press Mills College, Oakland, California. Hand tied in black wrappers with a terra cotta outer wrapper. Unpaginated.

    Condition: Near fine in near fine dust jacket (light crease to outer wrapper)

    Book ID: 65158
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  • PHYLLIS. by Cunningham, E. V. (pseudonym of Howard Fast).
    Cunningham, E. V. (pseudonym of Howard Fast).

    Edition: First printing.

    Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1962. dj. Hardcover first edition - A novel of suspense, set at the height of the Cold War, and with a serious theme: two physicists, one Russian and one American, have simultaneously sent a message threatening to destroy Moscow and New York unless their respective leaders can agree on a nuclear ban. 214 pp. Dust jacket by Irene Murray.

    Condition: Good only in a good dust jacket (stamps on endpaper of a Hollywood literary agency, and discoloration from tape on the dj flaps, rubbing and wear to the dj, especially along the folds) A somewhat flawed - if interesting - copy of a title surprisingly uncommon in the first edition.

    Book ID: 64993
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