n.p.: Privately published, 1980. Printed in black on yellow stock. Fine.
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Berkeley: Oyez, 1965. Also included is a promotional theater ticket printing McClure's "lion talk." Fine. The pair:.
Berkeley: Moe's Books, 1988. Broadside poem. First edition. Issued as a New Year's gift from Moe's Books. Nicely printed by Wesley Tanner. As new.
[NY: Jordan Davies, 1978]. Pamphlet. First edition. Illustrated by Jordan Davies. Limited to 200 numbered copies signed by McClure. Handsomely printed. As new.
SF: Auerhahn, 1959. Softbound. First edition. Spine and covers toned, else near fine.
SF: Auerhahn, 1959. Softbound. First edition. Cover illustration by McClure. Covers slightly toned, else fine.
LA: Black Sparrow, 1974. Softbound. First edition. Presentation copy inscribed to John and Johanna Lion. A nice association since John Lion directed many of McClure's plays. Fine (trivial sunning to back cover).
SF: North Point, 1982. Softbound. Uncorrected proof. Minor sunning to spine, else fine.
[NY]: New Directions, . Softbound. First edition. Inscribed by McClure: "For Frank Beacham. Michael." Touch of toning to white covers, else fine.
n.p.:n.p., . A seminal collection edited by Don Allen and published by Grove Press in 1960 that was responsible for introducing Beat, New York School, and Black Mountain poets to a wider audience. 2 quarto pages stapled at the corner. Signed by McClure and Don Allen and dated 1958. Near fine.
[SF]: Communication Company, . 4to. Broadside poem, with the text reproducing the author's handwriting. First edition. Published by the Communication Company who issued several broadsides by Richard Brautigan and other poets, as well as various communiques from the Diggers and the Black Panthers. Very fine. Scarce.