Topic: Beats, Beat Generation.
Bagnone, Italy: Magra Books, 2018.
Bagnone, Italy: Magra Books, 2018. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. Inscribed & signed by Neeli Cherkovski to Thomas Rain Crowe. In 2018, Editor Paul Vangelisti (formerly more
NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, ,
Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Lively and well-researched overview of the Beat scene including much first-hand material from interviews with the Beats. An unusually more
LARSEN, Carl (ed.) & BUKOWSKI, Charles
NY: 7 Poets Press, 1961,
Pamphlet. First edition. Charming illustrations, including the cover illustration of a beatnik in chef's garb, by D.G. Christian. Recipes for "Kerouac Kocktail," "Dharma Buns," Ginsburgers," more
DE LOACH, Allen (ed.)
Buffalo: White Pine Press, 1984,
Printed folded containg 12 postcards printing interesting and sometimes experimental photographic portraits of Burroughs, Creeley, di Prima, Duncan, Ferlinghetti, Snyder, Ginsberg and Orlovsky, McClure, and more
London: Aloes Books, Not Stated.
First Aloes Books printing. One of one thousand copies in photographic stapled card wrappers. A clean very good example. Illustrated with drawings and photos. more
SF: North Point, 1982,
Softbound. Uncorrected proof. Minor sunning to spine, else fine. more
[Denver]: Black Ace, ,
Softbound. First edition. Illustrations by Perkoff, one of the original Beat poets in Venice during the fifties. Limited to 500 copies. Published as Bowery 21. more
[Denver]: Black Ace, ,
Softbound. First edition. Perkoff was one of the original Beat poets in Venice during the fifties. Limited to 350 copies. Published as Bowery 25. Foxing more
[Golden, CO]: Croupier Press, 1974,
Large poetry postcard. First edition. Photograph of Rios by Michael Klein. Rios was one of the prominent poets of the Venice, California Beat scene. Fine. more
[San Francisco: Privately published by the author, 1967],
Square 8vo. Pamphlet. First edition. Nice photo-documentary of the Haight-Ashbury hippie scene in its heyday and one of the scarcer books on the subject. Tiny more
Berkeley: Oyez, 1965,
Folio. Broadside poem. First edition. Published in an edition of 350 copies. Features a Robert LaVigne illustration of a nude Ginsberg in both black and more
Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina, 2004,
Pamphlet. First edition. Exhibition catalog from this show devoted to Ginsberg's life and work. Features essays about Ginsberg illustrated with photographs (some by him). Fine. more
AMRAM, David & KEROUAC, Jack
NY: Macmillan, ,
Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Includes reminiscences about Kerouac (with whom he worked on Pull My Daisy) and many others. Illustrated with photographs. Fine more
[SF: Impressions Publications], 1965,
Broadside printing an anti-war statement. First edition. Briefly inscribed by Whalen and dated 1975, San Francisco. Print run of 500 copies but scarce despite the more
SF: Dave Haselwood, 1967,
Oblong 32mo. Pamphlet with two decorative pasted-on paper cut-outs to the covers. First edition. One of 80 copies. Fine. The second scarcest book in the more
KEROUAC, Jack & FRANK, Robert & GINSBERG, Allen & CORSO, Gregory
NY: Grove, ,
Softbound (no hardbound issued). First edition. An important copy signed on the half-title by the following people who appeared in or were involved with the more
SF: Dave Haselwood, 1968,
Oblong 32mo. Pamphlet bound in limp, brown suede covers with the title stamped in black. First edition. One of about 50 copies (there were going more
Beats - Mofford, Juliet Hanines, Editor
Carlisle: Discovery Enterprises, 1998.
Small 8vo. 64 pp. A fine copy in glossy bound wrappers. Contains essays on Kerouac and other members of the Beat generation. Part of this more
Beats - Cook, Bruce
New York: Charles Scribner, 1971.
8vo. 246 pp. Second printing. One of the early books to try and summarize and explain the impact of the Beats on American culture. Small more
Beats - French, Warren (Jack Kerouac)
Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1986.
8vo. 147 pp. Book length study of the life of the Beat legend discussing his literary career and taking some challenging stances of the status more