Broadbridge, Arthur F.
Coburg, Ontario: Arthur F. Broadbridge, 1994.
8vo. 149 p.p. Cloth. Endpapers dyed grey. Title and author's name stamped on front boards and spine. Previous owner's inscription to f.f. endpaper. Boards and more
New York: Random House, 1999.
Proof. This memoir describes the author's involvement (and lack thereof) in five of the films that have (and have not) been made from his nine more
New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, (2002).
Uncorrected Proof. This copy is signed by the author on the title page. Two stickies with notations present. In this memoir Harrison writes about his more
New York: Knopf, 2004.
This much admired author of Goodbye to a River, and other nonfiction classics recounts his long, winding journey toward becoming a writer in the years more
New York: Carroll & Graf, 1993.
8vo. Quarter black paper over brown paper boards. 349 p.p.,  p.p. B&W photos. Bruising to top edge of front board. Dust jacket bumped at more
(Wolff, Tobias) Editor
Lincoln: University of Nebraska, 2003.
A memoir. Edited by Tobias Wolff. A volume in the American Lives Series. One sheet press release laid in. more
New York: McGraw-Hill, 1968.
Author's fourth book and his first book length non-fiction work. And what a book it is, centering around Abbey's activities as a park ranger at more
New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, (1989).
Film source. A recreation of youth, so true in its every particular that whatever our own experience, we cannot help but recognize ourselves in this more
Livingston: Clark City Press, 1990.
Signed by the author on the half-title page. In the late 1970s, Stephen Bodio, a Boston-based writer, amateur naturalist, and falconer, happened into Magdalena, New more
Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press, (2010).
TLS from the publisher to Beef Torrey soliciting a review, laid in. A series of lyrical essays about life in a maddeningly complex fifties and more
Boston: Beacon, 1997.
First Edition. INSCRIBED by Hannah Nyala on the verso of the half title page to fellow author Chris Offutt: "For Chris- With great admiration and more
McKean, George B. [Burdon]; Christie, Norm
Ottawa: CEF Books, 2003.
8vo. Limited edition to commemorate the the unveiling the plaque to Lieutenant G.B. McKean in Cagincourt. First published 1919 by the Oxford University Press. 128 more
Port Hope, Ontario: Elgin Productions, 2000.
8vo. SIGNED with inscription by author, dated October 6, 2000. Green card covers, spiral bound. 279 p.p. Grief as a journey is a theme as more
Courtney Taylor, Joy
Lake Oswego, Oregon: Panoply Press, 1994.
8vo. SIGNED with inscription to dedication page. Laid-in poem written and signed by Joy Taylor, June 1997, for the Toronto restaurant to whom the inscription more
Foster, David with Pablo F. Fenjves
New York: Pocket Books Inc, 2008.
8vo. Full number line, first Pocket Books hardcover edition stated. Full grey paper boards, white lettering to spine. v, 234 p.p.,  p.p. B&W photos. more
Sewell, William G.
South Brunswick and New York: AS Barnes and Company, 1971.
8vo. Orig. red cloth, 200pp. Illustrated. Light bruising to spine nd upper corners, o/w near very good in faded and worn d/w. A memoir of more
Trimbee, James W. And Jean Trimbee McKenzie
Edinburgh: The Pentland Press, 1995.
8vo. Paperback. 222pp. Illustrated. About fine. A memoir of James Trimbee and his experiences starting a new life in Canada in 1905, after a hard more
Sharifirad, Yadi and P.J. Reece
Toronto: Thomas Allen Publishers, 2010.
8vo. SIGNED with inscription to Canadian politician Michael Ignatieff to FFEP: "To: Michael Ignatieff, I hope you find it informative and help you to support more
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1936.
First Edition. An anecdotal history of the exploits of Governor Thomas Crittenden, best known for his role in the successful capture of the outlaws Frank more
Macmillan & Co Ltd: London, 1956.
8vo. Orig. red cloth, ix, 241pp. Illustrated. Spine slightly cocked with light rubbing to spine and corners, o/w very good in a good but chipped more