New Haven: Yale University Press, 1963.
Dugan's second book, follow-up to his winner of both a Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award and aptly titled. more
DUPIN, Jacques. Paul AUSTER (Translator)
(Berkeley): Living Hand, (1973).
Translated by Paul Auster with a three-page introduction by him. One of 1000 numbered copies, though none of the copies we have seen have been more
(Latham, New York): Paris Review, (1989).
Pictorial wraps. Published only in softcover, this is Baxter's third collection of poems, though he is best known now for his wonderful fiction. more
New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, (1977).
Bidart's second book. more
New York: Grove Press, (1957).
The First Trade Edition in printed wraps (there were only 90 hardbound copies) of his third and perhaps best collection of poems. more
New York: Totem Press in association with Cornith Books, (1960).
Wraps illustrated by Larry Rivers. more
(O'HARA, Frank; JONES, LeRoi; and di PRIMA, Diane)
New York: The New Bowery Theatre, n.d. .
Printed wraps (7" x 8-1/2") illustrated with a simple drawing on the cover; 8 mimeographed pages. A program from the second year of the New more
New York: Boni and Liveright, (1920).
Cloth-backed green boards. Atkinson A 16: only 1200 copies printed of this early O'Neill title. more
New York: Harper Collins, (1993).
Advance Reading Copy in pictorial wraps. The first trade printing consisted of 100,000 copies. more
Brockport: SUNY, Fall 1977.
Printed blue wraps; 4 pages. Contains a poem from A CHILD'S BESTIARY as well as a self-profile by Gardner. more
VAN WALLEGHEN, Michael
Urbana: University of Illinois, (1981).
Author's second book and winner of the Lamont Prize. A wonderful collection of poems. more
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1985.
Author's first novel, having previously published a successful book of poetry. more
New York: W. W. Norton & Company, (1990).
His third collection of stories. more
New York: Delacorte Press, (1975).
Scarce second book, even harder to find than his first and due to the poor quality of its manufacturing seldom seen in this condition. more
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1971.
Theroux's fourth book, uncommon in this condition. more
New York: Harper & Row, (1971).
Second book by the author of GEEK LOVE. more
London: Harvill, (1991).
The true First Edition published a year before the U.S. softcover publication. Foreword by Tess Gallagher. more
London: Harvill, 1988.
There is no comparable U.S. edition of this collection of 7 stories, 5 of which appeared in WHERE I'M CALLING FROM. more
BURNS, John Horne
New York: Harper & Brothers, (1952).
Cloth-backed boards. Author's scarce third book, a novel about a concert pianist's redemption from the private hell into which his mistress had drawn him. more
[Marshall, MN]: Ox Head Press, 1977.
One of 500 copies in dark blue printed wraps with hand-painted ornaments in the text by D. Olsen. more