NY: View, 1942. A magazine of surrealist art and literature. This issue in early tabloid format (on slick paper). Kurt Seligmann, Henry Miller, Leonora Carrington, and Parker Tyler are among the contributors. Cover sheet split at top and bottom of spine, else near fine. The early issues are scarce...
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Ann Arbor: Roger Jackson, 1994. Softbound, a trade paperback. First edition. Illustrated with photographs. A catalog of manuscripts, letters, photographs, memorabilia, journals, legal documents, furniture, and other items removed from Miller's home upon his death. As new.
Ann Arbor: Roger Jackson, 1997. Pamphlet. First edition. Prints the text of a speech given at the Chicago Literary Club by a lawyer who defended Miller in his obscenity cases. Fine.
Paris: Olympia Press, 1962. Short-lived periodical from Olympia Press. Includes Henry Miller, Terry Southern, Paul Ableman, Mark Twain, and others. Illustrated with photographs and drawings including a section of photos devoted to tattoos. Some rubbing, wear, and clear droplet stains to covers, a solid reading copy...
Ann Arbor: Roger Jackson, 1996. Pamphlet. First edition. Devoted to contributions by or about Miller in various men's magazines such as Playboy and Swank, etc. As new.
Ann Arbor, MI: Roger Jackson, 1997. Pamphlet. First edition. Reproduces a few of Miller's art works. As new.
Ann Arbor: Roger Jackson, 1996. Single sheet elaborately cut and folded to make a small pamphlet (4.25" x 2.75"). First edition. One of 60 copies signed by the author. A poem written for Miller by one of his lovers in 1943. Fine with wraparound band in glassine envelope and original.....
Ann Arbor: Roger Jackson, . Pamphlet. First edition. One of 120 numbered copies signed by the author. A tribute to Miller written upon his death. Publisher's prospectus laid in. As new.
[Philadelphia: Walton Press, n.d. but 1972]. Hardbound, issued without dust jacket. Reprint of this title originally published in 1945. Inscribed by Bern Porter. A collection of essays about Miller by Durrell, William Carlos Williams, et al. Fine.
Ann Arbor, MI: Roger Jackson, 1995. Pamphlet. First edition. One of 100 numbered copies signed by the author. A handsome production with barkpaper covers. Small, barely perceptible patch of yellowing to front cover, else fine in the original envelope with printed label (slight wear to envelope)...
Shavertown, PA: Stroker, 1994. A magazine of art and literature with contributions by Henry Miller, William Bronk, Howard Levy and others. Fine.
London: Village Press, 1974. Softbound. First British edition and first separate printing of this piece about Miller's early adventures and poverty in Paris. Fine.
[NY]: New Directions, . Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Edited by George Wickes. Prints a series of letters to his friend, Emil Schnellock. Fine in dust jacket with a touch of yellowing to back panel.
Ann Arbor: Roger Jackson, 1995. Pamphlet. First edition. Each copy contains a silkscreen sample cut from a page of "Into the Night Life." Fine.
London: Putnam, 1959. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition (precedes the American). Fine in price-clipped, near fine dust jacket.
Ellensberg, WA: Vagabond Press, 1981. 4to. Softbound. First edition. Published as the premier issue of Black Messiah. Articles and appreciations from Norman Mailer, Erica Jong, Jan Kerouac, Jack Saunders, et al. Illustrated with photos and graphics. Small ink price to front cover, else near fine...
Santa Barbara: Joseph the Provider, . Hardbound in acetate dust jacket. First edition. One of 200 numbered copies. Published as Catalog Twenty-Two from Joseph the Provider Books. Fine.
Berkeley: Bern Porter, 1945. 4to. First edition. Printed folder containing 12 broadsides, 11 feature b&w reproductions of Miller's watercolors, and the other prints a short text and photo of Miller. This copy bears the small ownership label of Black Sparrow publisher, John Martin. Line of offsetting to covers of folder.....
[Reinbeck, Germany]: Rowohlt, 1960. 16mo. Pamphlet. First edition. Inscribed by Miller: "Greetings from Germany to you, Jay, your good wife, and all the members of your growing family. 'Increase and Multiply.' Henry. Reinbek 23/12/60." Shifreen & Jackson A127. Very fine. (German text.).
Ann Arbor: Roger Jackson, . Pamphlet. First edition. Miller talks about his work as an artist with supplemental text by others. Reproduces in color some of Miller's work. As new in original envelope printing a long quote by Miller on the front.
[Berkeley: Bern Porter, 1947]. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition, second issue (1947 on front board). A collection of essays about Miller by Durrell, William Carlos Williams, et al. Fine in near fine dust jacket toned around the edges.
Big Sur, CA: Emil White, 1961. Square 8vo. Softbound. First edition. Essays discussing Miller's work including printing some of his letters. Illustrated with photos of Miller. Fine.
Santa Barbara: Capra Press, 1976. Hardbound in dust jacket. First trade edition. Errata slip and publication announcements laid in. Fine.
Berkeley: Privately published, n.d. . 4to. Pamphlet, issued in dust jacket. First edition. A handsome booklet designed by Bezalel Schatz printing his essay "The Story of the Making of the Book" along with quotes and texts about the book by Man Ray, Will Rogers, and others. Reproduces samples of the.....
Michigan City, Indiana: Fridtjof-Karla, 1959. Softbound issued in dust jacket. Third edition. Features the forged signature of Henry Miller that, according to the bibliographer, appears in all copies that he examined. Fine.