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[Cambridge, Mass.]: The Lowell House Printers, 1966. Broadside, 19 in. x 6 in. One of an edition of 100 numbered copies signed by Kerouac. Text in black ink, woodblock print by Nicole Hollander (now famed author of the comic strip "Cathy") printed in green and blue. Fine condition. A rare copy in original state, (many having been framed and often dry-mounted). ... more info
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New York: Tompkins Square Press, (1967). Cloth, glassine jacket, fine copy. Signed by Ferlinghetti, and with another inscription from "publishers". ... more info
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San Francisco: Grabhorn-Hoyem, (1971). Printed cloth, fine, as issued. Then-definitive edition, with Ginsberg's revisions, and the addition of The Names, a related poetic fragment. One of 275 copies printed by Robert Grabhorn and Andrew Hoyem, on handmade paper, signed by Ginsberg. The cover design is by Robert LaVigne. ... more info
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Burroughs, William S.
New York: Grove Press, . Black cloth backed boards, fine copy in slightly used dust jacket. Inscribed by Burroughs, and with a typed postcard signed, agreeing to sign the copy. 3500 copies were printed of this edition, fewer than of the Olympia Press first edition. It contains also the first book appearances of Burroughs's "Deposition: Testimony concerning a Sickness," and "Letter from a Master Addict to Dangerous Drugs." With a copy of a 1992 edition inscribed by Burroughs to biographer Virginia Spencer Carr "with shared memories of Paul Bowles and old Tangier," together in a cloth clamshell box with leather label. ... more info
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McLean, Jean; Uronovitz [Ulewicz], Laura; Grieg, Michael; London, Ann; Stern, Gerd; Stock, Robert; Drake, Carol Christopher; Gilbert, Jack.
San Francisco: Poetry San Francisco, 1957. Wrappers, 9 x 12 inches, silkscreened cover, (design by Jack Gilbert and Joan Hartmann-McLean), 17 pp. mimeographed, stapled along the top edge, slight wear and fading to one edge, staples rusted. "These sheets have been assembled to accompany a reading at the Town Hall Theatre in Berkeley, March 3, 1957. They are limited to 100 copies and do not constitute magazine publication." Two other versions, or issues, of this publication, which served more or less as a program for the reading, were produced, with different colored covers, but the same contents, for readings in San Francisco and Sausalito. ... more info
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