New York: Viking, 1953. First edition, 8vo., jacket price clipped; fine in near fine jacket.
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New York: Viking Press, 1937. First edition, 8vo, pp. 151; illustrated throughout; near fine in lightly soiled and shallowly chipped dust jacket (no loss of any letterpress). Bemelmans, better known as a children's author, here recounts his experiences as a German in the American army during WWI.
London: Spring Books, [n.d.]. First edition, tall 8vo., illus., near fine in like jacket.
London: Macmillan, 1931. First edition limited to 670 copies signed by the author, tall 8vo, pp. ix, , 151, ; orig. white cloth-backed marbled boards, t.e.g.; complete with acetate dust-jacket and publisher's box with the embossed initials SB on the upper cover; box worn, with splits at edges; book and...
New York: Delacorte Press/Seymour Lawrence, . First edition, 8vo., fine in fine jacket.
New York: Delacorte Press/Seymour Lawrence, . First edition, 8vo., fine in like jacket. Fourth in the Reinhart series.
New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, . First edition, 8vo, pp. x, 70; very good copy in jacket. Berryman's posthumous collection of poetry. Stefanik, A 22.I.a.
New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, . First edition, 8vo, pp. x, 70; fine copy in jacket. Berryman's posthumous collection of poetry. Stefanik, A 22.I.a.
New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, . First edition, 8vo, pp. xviii, 93, ; fine in jacket. Previous owner's name in ink on front free endpaper.
New York: Farrar, Straus, and Cudahy, . First edition, first printing, 8vo, pp. ; 10 illus. in text throughout; fine copy in a near fine jacket with 2 short breaks at the top of the spine at folds. Previous owner's name on front free endpaper. Illustrations by Ben Shahn. Stefanik, A.7.I.a.
New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, . First edition, 8vo, pp. xiv, 254; very good copy in jacket. Berryman's novel about alcoholism left unfinished on account of his suicide in 1972. Stefanik, A 24.I.a.
New York: William Sloane Associates, . Second printing, 8vo, pp. , xv, , 347; frontispiece, very good copy in jacket, slightly torn at top and bottom edge. Berryman's contribution to the American Men of Letters Series. Stefanik, A 6.I.b.
Philadelphia & New York: J.B. Lippincott Co., . First edition, 8vo., jacket slightly chipped at top of spine; fine in near fine jacket. Signed by author.
New York: McGraw-Hill, . First edition, 8vo., rear panel of jacket has small enclosed hole & is chipped at fore-edge and tail; else near fine.
Madison, WI: Quixote, 1968. 8vo, 9 x 7 inches, pp. ; staple-bound; white printed wrappers, very good with black ink smudge to back wrapper and some light aging and shelfwear. Letters from Blazek to Cauble, Pete Larouche, Willie, and Brown Miller. Blazek (born 1941) is a Polish-American poet and editor...
Homestead, Fla. Olivant Press, Winter, 1967-8. 4to, pp. 44; printed from typescript on pink paper; staple-bound; original printed wrappers slightly soiled; very good. Art and drawings by James Lassiter. Contributions by Charles Bukowski, Harvey Tucker, Tuli Kupferberg, Harold Briggs, and others. Although not stated, this is from the library of...
Minneapolis: Minnesota Center for Book Arts, 1989. Edition limited to 310 copies, this one of 275 signed by Carol Bly, 8vo, pp. , 34, ; accordian fold; folding wraparound pictorial gray paper wrappers by Jill Jevne, designed and printed by Schanilec "with a gang of interns" at MCBA; previous owner's...
Minneapolis: The Guthrie Theatre, 2006. Broadside (approx. 9½" x 8"), printed in yellow and black; fine. Printed in commoration of Bly's 80th birthday. Designed and printed by Robert Johnson.
[Duluth]: Knife River Press, 1974. Edition limited to 500 copies, small 8vo, pp. ; woodcut by Ann Jenkins; fine in original blue printed wrappers. The first 50 were signed by Bly, but not this.
[Stockholm]: Midnight Paper Sales, 2005. Edition limited to 150 copies signed by Bly on the title page, and by the printer, Gaylord Schanilec, on the colophon (this being no. 10); oblong 8vo, pp. ; title page printed in yellow and black, 3 full-page color wood engravings by Schanilec; the beautiful...
Madison, MN: The Sixties Press, 1966. 8vo, pp. 102; red pictoral paper wrappers; annotation in pencil on one page; spine faded, else fine. Contributions from Robert Bly, James Wright, Donald Hall, together with the work from 14 German poets, including Bertolt Brecht, Herman Hesse, and Rainer Maria Rilke. Although not...
Minneapolis: The Thousands Press, 2001. First edition, 8vo, pp. 96; fine in original red pictorial wrappers. This copy inscribed by Bly: "For John, a gift for Jones Ruden, fondly, Robert." Among the contributors are James Wright (a newly discovered poem), Louis Jenkins, Tomas Transtromer, and Bly himself.
n.p., n.d. [privately printed], . Likely the second printing, 16mo (approx. 5½" x 4¼"); pp. ; printed from typescript in blue ink; self-wrappers; fine. "This booklet is a gift, and not to be sold." Ten haiku by the 19th-century Japanese master (1763-1827) as translated by Bly. Gustafson B12b.
Vol. 2, no. 2 Winter: 1969. Special issue devoted entirely to Bly, the whole edited by Stephen Mooney; 8vo, pp. 60; printed wrappers; very good. Inscribed by Bly : "For Carl - some new prose poems in here. Affectionately Robert." Ownership signature of Carl Rakosi on upper wrap. Very good.
Paris: Les Éditions Denoël, . Later French edition (first published 1948), 8vo, pp. 302-; folding frontispiece map showing "La Région CÙtière de Big-Sur en Californie 1870;" a very good copy in original white wrappers printed in black and red, the spine creased, overall minor soiling. Originally published in English as.....