NY: Viking, 1973. First Edition. Quarto, pp. 238. Paper wraps. Includes work by Paul Krassner, Neal Cassady, Allen Ginsberg, etc., with an introduction by Arthur Miller. This features the marvelous 'film script' "Over The Border" by Kesey.
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San Francisco: City Lights, (1955). third edition. 12mo, pp. not numbered. Paper wraps. (The pocket poets series Number one.) Owner's name inside cover, cover very slightly soiled, o/w a nice copy. The Author's first book.
Norfolk CT: New Directions, (1961). First Edition. Square 8vo, pp. 79. Paper over boards. Owner's name on pastedown, cover yellowed, somewhat soiled, and slightly worn at edges, but a VG tight copy. Phonograph record of the atuhor reading in the rear.
ny: (1962?). 4to, incudes work by Ed Sanders, Diane Wakowski, the editor and many others. The matgazine is interwoven with sheets from the New York Times (some of the pulpy "Times" sheets are pretty ragged. Scarce. An "underground" literary periodical from the NY scene.
Madison: Red Ozier Press, (1978). First Edition. 8vo, One of 280 copies bound in marble wraps, nicely printed on dampened paper, signed by author. Fine. "These poems were printed for the benefit of the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Boulder, part of the Naropa Institute.
San Francisco: City Lights, (1961). First Edition. 12mo, pp. 100. Paper wraps. (The pocket poets series number fourteen.) Cover slightly soiled and chipped, owner's name ilnside cover, o/w a VG tight copy. Cook pp. 42-43; Cook 30; Morgan A1.1.
San Francisco: City Lights, (1963). First Edition. 12mo, pp. 98. Paper wraps. (The pocket poets series Number eighteen.) Cover little soiled and slightly rubbed at corners, owner's name inside cover, o/w a VG tight copy. Cook 40 (issued in an edition of 3000 copies). Cook pp 53-54. [Morgan A6. a1.1;...
NY: Grove, (1958). Second printing. 8vo, pp. 111. Ivory cloth. Cover somewhat stained, o/w a VG tight copy. This is a copy of the very scarce cloth bound edition of the novella.
NY: Coward-McCann, (l963). First Edition. 8vo, pp. 366. A very good copy in little worn dj. Charters A20a. One of the rarest of the Duluoz legend. Beginning on a mountain peak in the Cascades, Kerouac follows the road to Tangiers, Mexico and across America. The sequel to The Dharna Bums.
NY: McGraw Hill, (1960). First Edition. 8vo, Pp. 183. Drawings by Larry Rivers. A fine copy. Charters A 13. One of the books of the Duluoz mythology.
NY: The Realist, 1971. Periodical. Large 8vo, pp. 126. Paper wraps. Cover slightly creased and soiled, o/w a VG tight copy. Inhcludes work by Ken Kesey, Wendell Berry, Ed McClanahan, Neal Cassady,etc.
NY: Frank Hallman, 1975. First Edition. 8vo, printed wraps. One of 500 copies. Very good. Lepper p. 304.
NY: Viking, 1973. First Edition. Quarto, pp. 238. A VG copy in dj of the scarce cloth edn. Illustrated. Inscribed by Kesey in gold felt-tip pen. Includes work by Paul Krassner, Neal Cassady, Allen Ginsberg, etc., with an introduction by Arthur Miller. This features the marvelous 'film script' "Over The...
NY: April 1962. First Edition. 4to, 22 mimeographed leaves on pink paper. Covers little soiled, a very good copy. Very scarce. Includes work by Sanders, Margaret X, Eric Weinberger, Bob Gore, Jim Forest, Nelson Barr. Fuck You was founded by Ed Sanders in 1962. Fuck You, A Magazine For The...
[San Francisco: Auerhahn Press, 1959. ) First Edition, single folded sheet in paper wraps. Covers a little worn, but a very good copy. Author's third book. Lepper p. 419.
(1969). First Edition. 4to, Illustrated wraps (some soiled and partially faded to blue), leaves a little wrinkled, a good copy, complete. This is filled with photographs of the performers, psychedelic drawings and much more. Considering the conditions of rain and mud, it is amazing any of these survived. This is...