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2 New Arrivals From the Cleveland Scene Literary Magazines JEFF MASER, BOOKSELLER ABAA 911 CAMELIA STREET, BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA web All books are returnable within 10 days for any reason with prior notification. CA residents please add 9.75% sales tax. Usual terms to the trade. Libraries can be billed as needed. Most credit cards accepted.

3 catalog 62 New Arrivals 1 BAUDELAIRE, Charles. The Parisian Prowler: Le Spleen de Paris, Petits Poemes en prose. Athens & London: University of Georgia (1989). First US edition. 138 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. Translated by Edward K. Kaplan, with an introduction by Richard Howard. $20 2 BLOSSOM, Roberts. The Rockefellers. NY: Sunlight Press (1986). First edition. [98 pp]. Very near fine in printed yellow wrappers. A long poem preceded by a note on the form (down, zigzag, pulse) with explanations for each. No copies on OCLC. $25 3 BOOTH, Philip. Before Sleep: Poems. NY: Viking (1980). First edition. 78 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. $20 4 BROMIGE, David. My Poetry. Berkeley: The Figures (1980). First edition. 98 pp. Very good plus in illustrated wrappers; a trade paperback original. INSCRIBED by Bromige, For Warren: / O this language / O this terrible truth drug / that makes brown paper bags / look like brown paper cats! / Ciaow / David. $45 5 CARSON, Ciaran. The Twelfth of Never. Winston-Salem: Wake Forest University Press (1998). First trade paperback printing. 91 pp. Very near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. Briefly INSCRIBED by Carson. $20 6 CELAN, Paul. Glottal Stop: 101 Poems. Hanover & London: Wesleyan University Press/University Press of New England (2000). First edition. 147 pp w/notes & index of titles & first lines. Fine in fine dust jacket. Translations by Nikolai Popov and Heather McHugh. $15 7 CLARK, Juliet. Memorare: Parties in Oak Park. San Francisco: White Rabbit Press, First edition. [16 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. Poems, printed in two colors. $20

4 JEFF MASER, BOOKSELLER ABAA 8 COOVER, Robert. A Child Again. San Francisco: McSweeney s (2005). First edition. 276 pp. Very near fine in illustrated boards; no dust jacket, as issued. All cards present in pocket affixed to rear cover. Dated (15/x/2005) and INSCRIBED by Coover. $35 9 COOVER, Robert. Stepmother. San Francisco: McSweeney s (2004). First edition. 90 pp. Very near fine in full decorated cloth. No dust jacket, as issued. A fiction with illustrations by Michael Kupperman. INSCRIBED by Coover on the title page. $35 10 CREWS, Judson. You, Mark Antony: Navigator Upon the Nile. (np): (np) (nd). First edition. [62 pp]. Fine in comb-bound card covers. One of 500 numbered copies SIGNED by Crews. Poems with beef/cheesecake photographs. $35 11 CROMBIE, John. rue de la Grande Chaumiere / The Cradle of Montparnasse. (np): Kickshaws Press (1988). First edition. 69 pp w/select bibliography. Fine in printed wrappers with comb binding. Crombie s history with illustrations by Sheila Bourne. One of 485 (of 500) copies hand set and printed by Crombie and Bourne. $45 12 [DETROIT ARTISTS WORKSHOP PRESS]. Jernigan, Michael. Detroit Artists Workshop Press: A Bibliography of Publications. Michael Jernigan (2009). First edition. 63 pp. Fine in wrappers. Complete illustrated bibliography, including all books, broadsides, and periodicals published by the workshop. Introduction by John Sinclair. One of 250 copies. $ [DICKEY, James]. Hopkins, Gerard Manley. The Wreck of the Deutschland. Boston: Godine, First printing of this edition. [32 pp]. Fine in decorated paper-covered boards with printed cover label. Hopkins poem, with an introduction by Dickey. This copy is designated hors commerce on the colophon page, and is INSCRIBED by Dickey. $150

5 catalog DIZHUR, Bella. Shadow of a Soul: Collected Poems. Mt. Kisco: Moyer Bell (1990). First edition. 205 pp. Near fine in near fine dust jacket with light edgewear. Original Russian poems with facing translations by Sarah W. Bliumis. Illustrated with twenty-five drawings by Ernst Neizvestny. $20 15 DORN, Edward. Captain Jack s Chaps or Houston/MLA. Madison: Black Mesa Press, First edition. [48 pp]. Fine in wrappers and very near fine dust jacket. One of 260 copies on Frankfurt paper. Illustrations by Jim Lee. $45 16 DOUBIAGO, Sharon. Hymn to the Cosmic Clothesline: A Mendocino Love Poem. [Albion: Modern Prometheus, 1978]. First edition. [36 pp w/notes]. Near fine in stapled wrappers. A poem by Doubiago, with prints by R.H.A. Josephson from photographs by M.E. Abell, Efrain Correal, and Sierra. Doubiago s first book. $ DUNCANDISORDERLY. Buy Me. (np): Aluminum Chicken Press (1983). First edition. [8 pp]. Near fine in stapled wrappers. Punk poems. $10 18 EDSON, Russell. The Intuitive Journey and Other Works. NY: Harper & Row (1976). First edition. 193 pp. Some light discoloration to top edge, else very near fine in like dust jacket with light tanning to spine. One of the less common Edson trade titles. $50 19 EDSON, Russell. The Wounded Breakfast: Ten Poems. (np): Red Ozier Press, First edition. [20 pp]. Very near fine in sewn wrappers. Poems with illustrations by Steven Appplequist. One of 160 numbered copies on Fabriano Ingres paper SIGNED by Edson. $50 20 EIGNER, Larry. another time in fragments. London: Fulcrum (1967). First trade edition. 141 pp. Very near fine in near fine dust jacket with light edgewear. INSCRIBED by Eigner to poet and publisher Douglas Blazek, To Doug Bl / - Larry / Eigner. $85

6 JEFF MASER, BOOKSELLER ABAA 21 EIGNER, Larry. Anything on Its Side. New Rochelle: Elizabeth Press (1974). First edition. 71 pp. Fine in printed paper-covered boards in publisher s slipcase. No dust jacket, as issued. One of 400 copies on Magnani rag paper, printed at Stamperia Valdonega. $45 22 EIGNER, Larry. cloud, invisible air. Rhinebeck: Station Hill (1978). First edition. [16 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. One of 457 (of 500) numbered copies on Mohawk Superfine text paper. $15 23 EIGNER, Larry. cloud, invisible air. Rhinebeck: Station Hill (1978). First edition. [16 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. One of 43 numbered copies SIGNED by Eigner. $ EIGNER, Larry. Country Harbor Quiet Act Around: Selected Prose. (np): This Press (1978). First edition. 159 pp. Near fine in printed wrappers. One of 800 (of 1000) copies. Dated (4/11/79) and INSCRIBED by Eigner. Introduction by Douglas Woolf. $75 25 EIGNER, Larry. Farther North. (np): Samuel Charters (1969). First edition. [8 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. One of 200 copies. A prose piece, issued as Portents 14. $25 26 EIGNER, Larry. Lined Up Bulk Senses. Providence: Burning Deck (1979). First edition. [20 pp]. Fine in sewn wrappers. One of 26 lettered copies on Barcham Green Charter Oak SIGNED by Eigner. $55 27 EIGNER, Larry. my god the proverbial: poems. (np): L Publications (1975). First edition. [56 pp]. Very good plus in wrappers. The presumed earlier state, unstapled, untrimmed. Penned ink corrections to title page and text. INSCRIBED by Eigner on the front free endpaper in pencil. $ EIGNER, Larry. My God the Proverbial: 42 Poems & 2 Prose Pieces. Kensington: Compass Rose Books (2003). Second edition. [56 pp]. Fine in

7 catalog 62 sewn wrappers and fine letterpress printed dust jacket. Originally published by L Publications in At (2003) publication price: $25 29 EIGNER, Larry. Now There s a Morning Hulk of the Sky. New Rochelle: Elizabeth Press (1981). First edition. 47 pp. Fine in printed boards without dust jacket as issued. Housed in publisher s fine cardstock slipcase. One of 150 (of 200) copies on Magnani rag paper printed by Stamperia Valdonega. $45 30 EIGNER, Larry. Six Poems. (np): Wine Press, First edition. [8 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers (staples a bit rusty). One of 140 (of 150) copies. $35 31 EIGNER, Larry. Time Details of a Tree. New Rochelle: Elizabeth Press (1979). First edition. 46 pp. Fine in printed paper-covered boards in publisher s stiff paper slipcase. Printed by Stamperia Valdonega. One of 100 (of 300) copies. $45 32 EIGNER, Larry. Valleys Branches. London: Big Venus (1969). First edition. 22 pp. Near fine in stapled wrappers with pasted-on cover label. $20 33 EIGNER, Larry. Watching How or Why. New Rochelle: Elizabeth Press (1977). First edition. 37 pp. Fine in printed boards and fine publisher s cardstock slipcase. One of 400 copies on Magnani rag paper, printed by Stamperia Valdonega. $35 34 [FILM]. Russell, Catherine. The Cinema of Naruse Mikio: Women and Japanese Modernity. Durham & London: Duke University Press, First edition. 465 pp w/index. One corner lightly tapped, else fine in full cloth with stamping to spine. No dust jacket, as issued. $75 35 GIOVANNI, Nikki. The Women and the Men: Poems. NY: William Morrow, First edition. [64 pp]. Fine in near fine dust jacket with light toning to extrems. Publisher s compliments slip laid in. $25

8 JEFF MASER, BOOKSELLER ABAA 36 GOEPFERT, Paul L. Chiasma. Los Angeles & San Francisco: Panjandrum (1980). First edition. [92 pp]. Near fine in printed wrappers. Poems. $20 37 GUEST, Barbara. Biography. Providence: Burning Deck (1980). First edition. [28 pp]. Light foxing to fore-edge, else near fine in stapled wrappers and near fine printed dust jacket. One of 500 copies. $25 38 GUEST, Barbara. The Countess from Minneapolis. Providence: Burning Deck (1976). First edition. 42 pp. Near fine in illustrated wrappers. One of 950 copies. $20 39 GUEST, Barbara. Defensive Rapture. Los Angeles: Sun & Moon (1993). First edition. 103 pp. Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers; a trade paperback original. $20 40 GUEST, Barbara. Fair Realism. Los Angeles: Sun & Moon (1989). First edition. 114 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. INSCRIBED by Guest on the title page. $85 41 GUEST, Barbara. Fair Realism. Los Angeles: Sun & Moon First trade paperback printing. 114 pp. Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. $15 42 GUEST, Barbara. Forces of Imagination: Writing on Writing. Berkeley: Kelsey St. Press (2003). First edition. 108 pp. Very near fine in like dust jacket. $35 43 GUEST, Barbara. Forces of Imagination: Writing on Writing. Berkeley: Kelsey St. Press (2003). First trade paperback printing. 108 pp. Very near fine in like dust jacket. $20 44 [H.D.]. Guest, Barbara. Herself Defined: The Poet H.D. and Her World. Garden City: Doubleday & Company, First edition. 360 pp w/index. Near fine in very good plus dust jacket that is a bit edgeworn. Dated (January 1984) and INSCRIBED by Guest on the front free endpaper. $25

9 catalog GUEST, Barbara. If So, Tell Me. London: Reality Street Editions (2001). First edition. 47 pp. Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers; a trade paperback original. $ GUEST, Barbara. Miniatures and Other Poems. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press (2002). First trade paperback printing. 45 pp. Very near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. $15 47 GUEST, Barbara. Poems: The Location of Things, Archaics, The Open Skies. Garden City: Doubleday & Company, First edition. 95 pp. Light offsetting to endpapers, else near fine in near fine, price-clipped dust jacket. $ GUEST, Barbara. The Red Gaze. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press (2005). First edition. 48 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. $25 49 GUEST, Barbara. Seeking Air. Los Angeles: Sun & Moon, First printing of this edition (originally published by Black Sparrow in 1978). 184 pp. Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. $10 50 GUEST, Barbara. Selected Poems. Los Angeles: Sun & Moon, First edition. 197 pp. Very near fine in like dust jacket. $50 51 GUEST, Barbara and Ann Dunn. Stripped Tales. Berkeley: Kelsey St. Press, First edition. 43 pp. Very near fine in illustrated wrappers (lightly rubbed). Poems with artwork by Anne Dunn. $ GUEST, Barbara and Kevin Killian. Often: A Play. Buffalo: Kenning, First edition. 31 pp. Fine in stapled wrappers. A play by Guest and Killian, issued as Kenning #11. SIGNED by Guest on the front cover. $45 53 GUEST, Barbara and Laurie Reid. Symbiosis. Berkeley: Kelsey St. Press (2000). First trade edition. [40 pp]. Fine in printed wrappers. Poems by Guest, artwork by Reid. $17.50

10 JEFF MASER, BOOKSELLER ABAA 54 GUEST, Barbara; Blaser, Robin; Harwood, Lee. Reader VI. South Devonshire: Etruscan Books, First edition. 134 pp. Near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers; a trade paperback original. One of 500 copies. Though not called for, SIGNED by Guest and Harwood. $55 55 HUGHES, Ted. Moon-Whales and Other Moon Poems. NY: Viking, First US edition. 86 pp w/index of first lines. Fine in very near fine dust jacket. $20 56 JONES, David. Epoch and Artist: Selected Writings. NY: Chilmark Press (1959). Second printing. 320 pp w/index. Top edge dusty, price sticker to front paste-down, else near fine in very good plus dust jacket with one short tear. $35 57 [JOYCE, James]. Cixous, Hélene. The Exile of James Joyce. NY: David Lewis (1972). First US edition. 765 pp w/index. Top edge lightly foxed, else near fine in near fine dust jacket. A nice tight copy of this massive book. $45 58 KLEINZAHLER, August. Storm Over Hackensack. Mt. Kisco: Moyer Bell Limited (1985). First trade paperback printing. 95 pp. Fine in printed wrappers. Dated (5/26/85) and warmly INSCRIBED by Kleinzahler. $50 59 KUPFERBERG, Tuli and Robert Bashlow Ways to Beat the Draft. NY: Oliver Layton Press (1966). First edition. 64 pp. Fine in illustrated wrappers. A sparkling copy. Laid in is the Yeah 10: Kill for Peace flyer. $75 60 LOWRY, Malcolm. Selected Poems. San Francisco: City Lights (1962). First edition. 79 pp. Fine in printed wrappers. Edited by Earle Birney with Margerie Lowry. Birney s introduction, all the poems, and reproductions of two photographs of Lowry taken late in life. Pocket Poets #17. $45

11 catalog McVARISH, Emily. Moving Platforms. Oakland: Otto (1991). First edition. 22 pp. Fine in printed paper-covered boads. One of 500 numbered copies. Found text with illustration. $85 62 MELTZER, David and Donald Schenker. Poems by David Meltzer / Poetry by Donald Schenker. San Francisco: Donald & Alice Schenker (nd). First edition. [58 pp]. Very near fine in handcollaged covers. One of 25 numbered special copies. SIGNED by Donald Schenker. $ MULDOON, Paul. Poems NY: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (2001). First US edition. 479 pp w/index of titles. Very near fine in like dust jacket. $25 64 [NOVA BROADCAST]. Nova Broadcast 1-6 (complete). San Francisco: Nova Broadcast Press, First editions. Six issues, all very near fine in glossy printed wrappers. Consists of: 1. Ray Bremser - Drive Suite. 2. Wolf Vostell - Miss Vietnam. 3. Dick Higgins - A Book about Love & War & Death. 4. Liam O Gallagher - Planet Noise. 5. William S. Burroughs - The Dead Star. 6. Norman Mustil - Twinpak. For the complete collection: $ ORATOFSKY, Paul. The Bee. NY: Flockophobic Press, First edition. Printed cards housed in a 6 x 3 1/2 inch clasp envelope, the whole covered and sealed in beeswax. Text by Oratofsky, design by A.S.C. Rower, art by April Vollmer. One of 100 numbered copies INITIALLED by all three. $45 66 PALMER, Michael. Active Boundaries: Selected Essays and Talks. NY: New Directions (2008). First edition. 294 pp. Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers; a trade paperback original. $15 67 PARRA, Nicanor. Anti-Poems. San Francisco: City Lights (1960). First edition. 32 pp. One upper corner bumped, else very near fine in printed wrappers. Poems translated from the original Spanish by Jorge Eliot. Pocket Poets #12. $100

12 JEFF MASER, BOOKSELLER ABAA 68 [PATCHEN, Kenneth]. Clodd, Alan. ed. Tribute to Kenneth Patchen. London: Enitharmon (1977). First trade edition. 61 pp. Near fine in near fine dust jacket. A hardcover copy, but not one of the 60 deluxe copies. Contributions by William Everson, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, James Schevill, Diane Di Prima, Bernard Kops, Hugo Manning, and many others. One of Patchen s last poems, reproduced from his holograph manuscript. $30 69 PAZ, Octavio. In Search of the Present: 1990 Nobel Lecture. NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich (1991). First US edition. 68 pp. Very near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers; a trade paperback original. English translation by Anthony Stanton followed by the original Spanish text. $15 70 PETRARCH, Francis. Songs and Sonnets from Laura s Lifetime. San Francisco: North Point, First edition. 122 pp. Fine in very near fine dust jacket. Original Italian poems with facing translations by Nicholas Kilmer. Collects 42 sonnets and longer songs from the first half of Petrarch s Rime. $35 { Five from Robert Wilson s Phoenix Bookshop 71 WILSON, Robert A. Mushrooms. NY: Phoenix Bookshop (1981). First edition. 14 pp. Fine in stapled wrappers. One of 300 copies printed as a holiday greeting from Bob Wilson and the Phoenix Bookshop. This chapbook contains a brief humorous essay on mushroom picking in Manhattan. Illustrated by Kenneth J. Doubrava. $20 72 WILSON, Robert A. Rider Haggard s SHE. NY: Robert A. Wilson, First edition. 15 pp. Very near fine in stapled wrappers. One of 250 copies. Wilson s account of meeting the She of Haggard s novel. Briefly INSCRIBED by Wilson on the title page. $25

13 catalog WILSON, Robert A. Six Favorites. NY: Phoenix Bookshop (1982). First edition. 18 pp. Very near fine in stapled wrappers. One of 300 copies issued as a holiday greeting by Wilson. Short notes on six favorite books. $25 74 WILSON, Robert A. Tea with Alice. NY: Robert A. Wilson, First edition. 9 pp. Near fine in stapled wrappers. One of 250 copies issued as a holiday greeting by Wilson and the Phoenix Bookshop. INSCRIBED by Wilson inside the front cover, Regards/Bob. Wilson s notes on his history with Alice B. Toklas. $25 75 WILSON, Robert A. Ten Tintypes and a Tiger. NY: Robert A. Wilson, First edition. 22 pp. Very near fine in stapled wrappers. Portrait photographs by Wilson of James Purdy, Gregory Corso, Taylor Meade, John Wieners, Marianne Moore, Alice Toklas, Nell Blaine, Robert Duncan, Michael McClure, and Nina the tiger. One of 300 copies. $25 76 [POETRY ANTHOLOGIES]. Hollo, Anselm. ed. Red Cats. San Francisco: City Lights (1962). First edition. 64 pp. Light offsetting to first and last pages due to a reaction to the cover ink, else fine in printed wrappers. Poems by Yevtushenko, Kirsanov, and Voznesensky, translated and introduced by Hollo. $55 77 [POETRY REPRINT SERIES: SET ONE]. Robert Graves: Over the Brazier. H.D.: Sea Garden. Wallace Stevens: Harmonium. John Betjeman: Mount Zion. Conrad Aiken: Earth Triumphant. London & NY: St. James Press/St. Martin s Press (1975). First printings of these reissues. Five volumes, all near fine or better in blue boards with the exception of the Graves volume, which is slightly rubbed. Each text reproduced photographically from original first edition copies. For the set of five: $ POLLITT, Katha. Antarctic Traveller: Poems. NY: Knopf, First edition. 60 pp. Fine in near fine dust jacket. Volume 7 in the Knopf Poetry Series. $35

14 JEFF MASER, BOOKSELLER ABAA 79 POWELL, Roxie. Dreams of Straw. Cherry Valley: Cherry Valley Editions (1974). First printing of this reissue. [15 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. Edited by Charles Plymell with an introduction by Dave Haselwood. Originally published in 1963 in a letterpress edition of 250 copies by Haselwood and Plymell. $35 80 PRÉVERT, Jacques. Prévert I & II. Santa Barbara: Unicorn Press (1967). First editions pp in two volumes. Both fine in printed papercovered boards with pasted-on cover labels (bit of discoloration to label on II). English adaptations by Teo Savory. For the pair: $85 81 ROTH, Philip. Novels and Stories NY: Library of America (2005). First edition. 913 pp w/notes. Fine in fine dust jacket. Collects Goodbye, Columbus, five short stories, and Letting Go. $20 82 SCHEVILL, James. The American Fantasies. Agana (Guam): Bern Porter (1951). First edition. 34 pp. Very near fine in printed paper-covered boards. No dust jacket, as issued. Poems by Schevill with illustrations by Porter. $35 83 SCHEVILL, James. Cathedral of Ice: A Play. Woods Hole: Pourboire Press, First edition. 87 pp. Fine in near fine dust jacket with some light edgewear. One of 150 numbered copies SIGNED by Schevill. $45 84 SEXTON, Anne. The Awful Rowing Toward God. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, First edition. 85 pp. Fine in very near fine dust jacket with faint sunning to spine. $35 85 SEXTON, Anne. 45 Mercy Street. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, First edition. xi pp. Fine in very near fine dust jacket with faint sunning to spine. Edited by Linda Gray Sexton. $35 86 SEXTON, Anne. The Heart of Anne Sexton s Poetry: Love Poems, All My Pretty Ones, Live or Die. Boston: Houghton Mifflin (various dates).

15 catalog 62 Later trade paperback printings. Three paperback volumes, all fine in glossy illustrated wrappers in publisher s photo-illustrated slipcase, also fine. Still in the original shrink-wrap. For the set: $35 87 SMITH, Stevie. Collected Poems. NY: Oxford University Press, First US edition. 591 pp. Fine in very good plus dust jacket with a few closed edgetears and one small chip. $40 88 SMITH, Stevie. A Selection. London & Boston: Faber & Faber (1983). First edition. 224 pp w/notes & indexes. Fine in fine dust jacket. Edited by Hermione Lee. $35 89 SNYDER, Gary. Left Out in the Rain: New Poems San Francisco: North Point, First edition. 209 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. $35 90 SOSHITSU SEN XV. The Way of Tea. (np): Bruce Smith (1996). First edition. 15 pp. Fine in sewn oblong wrappers. One of 30 copies for presentation. Text excerpted from Tea Life, Tea Mind (Weatherhill, 1979). $45 91 ST. JOHN, David. The Man in the Yellow Gloves. Lisbon: Penumbra Press (1984). First edition. 15 pp. Near fine in printed wrappers with some light rubbing. Cover and title page illustrations by Barbara O Connell. One of 275 numbered copies on dampened Ingres Antique paper SIGNED by St. John and O Connell. $ STEIN, Gertrude. Tender Buttons. Los Angeles: Sun & Moon (nd). First edition. 78 pp. Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. First single volume, English-language edition since the original 1914 publication by Claire Marie [Donald Evans]. This edition was photographed from the pages of original. Sun & Moon Classics 8. $15 93 THOMPSON, Hunter S. Screwjack. NY: Simon & Schuster (2000). First trade edition. 59 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. Collects Mescalito, Death of a Poet, and Screwjack, with a letter from Thompson as an introduction. $25

16 JEFF MASER, BOOKSELLER ABAA 94 VAN RONK, Dave and Richard Ellington. eds. The Bosses Songbook: Songs to Stifle the Flames of Discontent. NY: Richard Ellington, Second edition. 36 pp. Light tanning to covers, else fine in stapled wrappers. New introduction by Ellington, explaining that due to the reception of the first edition, he finds it necessary to point out that this is a work of satire. Also, not knowing how the postal system would feel about the language, he indicates that dashes were left in the place of bad words. $45 95 VANONI, Steven. Seven Poems and Two Weeks. Sacramento: Figo Gallery/Aluminum Chicken (1983). First edition. [16 pp]. Near fine in stapled wrappers. A collection of seven poems. $15 96 WAGNER, D.r. Ther Dreame Sandwhich. Toronto: (np) (1990). Second edition. [8 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. Corrects a few typos, leaves a few others intact, drops the endpiece & trades pbnichol s mimeo scratchery for heads by Mark Laba (front) and Qaani Lore (rear). $10 97 WAGNER, Ken. Twisted Smile: An Underground Novella about Drug Dealing. Olean: Blue Rider Press (1988). First edition. 47 pp. Very near fine in stapled wrappers. $15 98 WALDMAN, Anne. Spin Off. Bolinas: Big Sky (1972). First edition. [20 pp]. Near fine in sidestapled wrappers. Text reproduced entirely from Waldman s holograph. One of 200 copies. $35 99 WALDROP, Keith and Rosmarie. Flat with No Key. Providence: Anyart/Burning Deck (2008). First edition. [32 pp]. Very near fine in stapled wrappers. SIGNED by Keith and Rosmarie Waldrop. $ WEINER, Hannah. A Journal Entry: of Hannah Weiner. Providence: Diana s Bimonthly (1975). First edition. [12 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. Entire issue of Diana s Bimonthly Vol III, No 6 dedicated to this work by Weiner. $75

17 catalog WESLING, Donald. American Sentences: The History of West Seneca, New York. (np): Black Mesa Press, First edition. [40 pp]. Fine in wrappers and near fine printed dust jacket. One of 185 numbered copies on Frankfurt paper. Illustrations by Kathy Kuehn. The first book of the press. $ YEATS, W.B. The Death of Cuchulain: Manuscript Materials Including the Author s Final Text. Ithaca & London: Cornell University Press (1982). First US edition. 182 pp w/notes. Fine in fine dust jacket. $ YEATS, W.B. and Robert Bridges. The Correspondence of Robert Bridges and W.B. Yeats. Toronto: Macmillan (1977). First Canadian edition. 68 pp w/index. Fine in fine dust jacket. Edited by Richard J. Finneran. $ ZUKOFSKY, Louis. A. Berkeley: University of California (1978). First edition. 826 pp w/index of names & objects. Near fine in near fine dust jacket with sunned spine. $75 From the Cleveland Scene 105 [ASPHODEL BOOK SHOP]. The Asphodel: A Tribute to Jim Lowell (Too) on the Occasion of His 70th Birthday (March 25, 2002). Vancouver: Kirpan Press (2002). First edition. [28 pp]. Fine in side-stapled wrappers. Prints salutations from Tom Kryss, Kent Taylor, and RJS, along with a play, a letter, and three poems penned by Lowell. One of 50 numbered copies. $ BILLERA, Jau. Terminal Tower. Cleveland: Poetry Seminar Press, Second edition. 73 pp. Corner creases to two leaves, damp-staining along top edge, bookstore stamp to title page. In all, very good in wrappers that are sunned along fore-edge and bear a pressure dent to front cover. $25

18 JEFF MASER, BOOKSELLER ABAA 107 KRECH, Richard. We Are On the Verge of Ecstacy. Cleveland: Seven Flowers Press, First edition. [14 pp]. Very near fine in side-stapled wrappers. Each cover individually painted by Mara. One of 250 copies. Krech s first book. $ levy, d.a. city. [Pasadena]: Verdant Press (nd). First edition. 4 1/4 x 3 inch printed card. Fine. One of five numbered copies. $ levy, d.a. city. [Pasadena]: Verdant Press (nd). First edition. 4 1/4 x 3 inch card, tipped into printed covers. Fine. One of ten numbered copies. $ levy, d.a. Kibbutz in the Sky. Richford: Samisdat (nd). First edition. 16 pp. Fine in stapled wrappers. Issued as Samisdat Volume XVII, #4 (67th release). A long poem by levy. $ levy, d.a. lines for the Erie Street Cemetery. Pasadena: Verdant Press (2002). First edition. [8 pp]. Fine in sewn wrappers. Printed letterpress, with linoleum block cover art by JasonDavis. One of 20 numbered copies. $ levy, d.a. the sunlight shining thru my wife s paisley skirt. Pasadena: Verdant Press (2002). First edition. 7 x 4 1/4 inch card postcard. Fine. Letterpress printed by JasonDavis. $ levy, d.a. visualized prayer to the american god #3. Pasadena: Verdant Press (2002). First edition. 4 x 6 inch printed card. Fine. Letterpress printed postcard in the original vellum envelope. $ levy, d.a. You. Pasadena: Verdant Press, First edition. 8 1/2 inch x 5 1/2 inch printed card. Fine. verdant press broadside number zero. $ [levy, d.a.]. Jacobson, Bonnie and Leonard Trawick. eds. Cityscape. Cleveland: PLGC, First edition. [20 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. Prints levy s poem, SOMETIMES CITY, as well as Russell Atkins poem Old Man Carrying a Bible. $20

19 catalog [POETRY ANTHOLOGY]. Dominique. ed. What She Writes. Cleveland: Prakriti, First edition. [57 pp]. Fine in wrappers with stapled and taped binding. One of 450 copies. Printed offset. Cover by Kim Koring. Contributors include: p.a. griffin, Meg Buynak, Carol Vlack, Mary Ann Hazen, Sharon Whitaker-Waldo, Barbara Abels, kathy ende, Anne White, Pat S. Bicker, Linda Monacelli, Jan Loreta, Victoria Lee, Carol Fitzgerald, Karen Tierk, Joan E. Beard, Martha Grevatt, Nona Oritti, Kathryn Olszonowicz, mirroriam linna, Hetty Anderson, Candy Lawrence, Marguerite Beck Rex, annette preuss, Betty Gabrielli. $ RJS. Energy Crisis Poems. Cleveland: Ground Zero (nd). First edition. [18 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. Internal drawings by Dominique. Covers by t.l. kryss. One of 500 copies. Poems generated by a computer programmed by rjs. Explanatory essay by rjs at rear. $ SNEYD, Steve. The Legerdemain of Changelings. Cleveland: Paroptic Press (1977). First edition. [46 pp]. Edges of endpapers darkened, else very good plus in wrappers. One of 240 copies. Cover silkscreen by Dominique. $35 Literary Magazines 119 Oblek: A Journal of Language Arts 1-12 (complete). Gizzi, Peter and Connell McGrath, eds. NY & Stockbridge: Garlic Press/Oblek Editions ( ). Complete run, twelve issues in thirteen volumes, #12 being issued in two volumes. All near fine or better with most being fine. Cover art by Norman Bluhm, Trevor Winkfield, Brian Schorn, Win Knowlton, and Jess among others. A high production value journal of contemporary letters, with contributions by Coolidge, Jabes, Michael Palmer, Charles Bernstein, Charles Simic, Creeley, Mac Low, Hejinian, Berrigan, Ashbery, Spicer, Duncan. #9 is a Burning Deck 30th anniversary tribute issue. $450

20 JEFF MASER, BOOKSELLER ABAA 120 Sparrow 1-72 (complete in six bound volumes). [Martin, John. ed.]. Los Angeles & Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow ( ). First editions. Six volumes, all fine in full cloth with printed cover labels in near fine or better clear acetate dust jackets (small chip to the crown of vol 1). Each of the 72 issues of Sparrow here in the first printing, and SIGNED by each author if alive at publication. Signing contributors include Bukowski, Creeley, Antin, Oates, Eigner, McClure, Malanga, Bowles, Mrabet, Sorrentino, Corman, Rakosi, and many others from the Black Sparrow stable. For the set: $ Sulfur: A Literary Tri-Quarterly of the Whole Art 1-45/46 (complete). Eshleman, Clayton. ed. Pasadena & Ypsilanti: California Institute of Technology/Eastern Michigan University ( ). Forty-five issues (with the last being the only double number), all near fine or better in illustrated wrappers. Another block-buster array of talent, from Ezra Pound and Charles Olson to Schwitters, Snyder, Bataille, Simic, Mina Loy, du Bouchet, Jorie Graham, Maxine Hong Kingston, Carole Schneeman, Adrienne Rich, John Heartfield, Basil Bunting, John Cage, and many many more. By Eshleman s count: over 11,000 pages, 600 writers and artists. For the run: $ View. Series III, No. 3. Ford, Charles Henri. ed. NY: View (1943). October. 28 pp. Light wear along spine, else near fine in stapled wrappers. Cover art by Andre Masson. Contributions by Man Ray, Paul Bowles, Philip Lamantia, Louis Zukofsky, Lawrence Durrell, Bern Porter, and many others. $ View. Series IV, No 2. Ford, Charles Henri. ed. NY: View (1944). Summer. 24 pp. Closed edge-tears to four leaves, else near fine in stapled wrappers. Cover art by Georgia O Keefe. Contributions by Philip Lamantia, Raymond Roussel, William Carlos Williams, Richard Eberhart, Edouard Roditi, and many others. $100 Download BACK CATALOGS as PDFs on the website.