July 09, 2019 Recent Acquisitions
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[Santa Barbara]: Am Here Books / Immediate Editions, . 4to,  leaves printed from typescript on rectos only; 3 full-page illustrations by Tom Clark; original pictorial wrappers, also by Clark; side-stapled; fine. Laid in is a prospectus for Am Here Books, Catalogue 5, printed in red and black.
San Francisco: Four Seasons Foundation, 1970. 8vo, pp. 365; original white pictorial wrappers (very light dampstaining); very good. Laid in typed letter signed and dated "Bob," Buffalo, November 27, 1993, in which Creeley describes his switch from tenant to landlord and gossips about fellow-poet Ed Sanders' vegetarianism.
Park Ridge, NJ: Blue Smoke Magazine, January, 1986. 4to, pp. ; printed from typescript; full-page illustration by Tuli Kupferberg; original pictorial wrappers by Laura Breen; side-stapled; near fine. Contributions by Tuli Kupferberg, Tom Veitch, Anne Waldman, Clark Coolidge, Bernadette Mayer, and a number of others.
San Francisco: Lone Ranger Biology Press, 1968. First edition, 8vo, unpaged; printed from typescript; original black pictorial wrappers (a bit dusty, some soiling to back cover); general wear from handling, else very good. Cover credits: Photos by John Fox; collage by American Beat poet Douglas Blazek; lettering by Robert (R.) Crumb; printing by Charles Plymell.
[New York? publisher not identified, ca. 1966-67.]. 4to,  leaves printed on rectos only; 12 full-page illustrations plus the cover art by Joe Brainard, each illustration matched with a 4-line poem; saddle-stitched; some toning along the fore-edge of the front wrap, all else near fine. Robert Duncan's copy, with his bookplate inside the front wrapper.
[New York: published at The Poetry Project, St. Mark's Church In-the-Bowery, Spring, 1972. 4to, pp. ; occasional illustration; original black printed wrappers with Tibetan poems by John Giorno, black cloth shelf-back; waterstain on front cover (which doesn't show much) but does on the inside, slight dampstains on fore-edge of the first few leaves; all else very good and sound. Contributors include Jennifer Bartlett, Joe Brainard, William Burroughs, Jim Dine, Allen Ginsberg, Peter Orlovsky, Anne Waldman, among many others.
[New York]: Adventures in Poetry, . First edition limited to 350 copies (there was also an issue of 26 lettered copies signed), 4to,  leaves printed from typescript; 3 full-page illustrations and the original pictorial front wrapper by Susan Hall, back wrapper unadorned; side-stapled; near fine.
Bakersfield, CA: Cypress Publications, [1970?]. 4to, pp. , 30, ; printed from typescript; 6 illustrations (4 full-page) by Alan Fields, Cindy Odom, and Candice Macbeth; original pictorial wrappers by Bill Rahn, side-stapled; near fine. "A San Joaquin quarterly." Contributions by Nik Zachreson, Michael Tanner, Doug Odom, and Linda Burge. Apparently the only issue. OCLC locates two holdings (Davis and UCLA), each with just this first number.
[Annandale-on-Hudson, NY]: Salitter Books, 1967. First edition, 8vo, pp. 23; text printed from typescript; original staplebound pictorial self-wrappers (some soiling); edges toned, else very good. Salitter no. 1. "The present selection contains ten poems from a series of Devotions composed in April, May & June of 1965" - title page verso.