Venice: Privately published, 1973. Perkoff was the preeminent poet and an influential presence during the Venice Beat scene from the '50s through 1974 when died at age 44. In Lawrence Lipton's 1959 book, The Holy Barbarians, a fictional depiction of the Venice Beat scene, Perkoff appears under his own name.....
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[Denver]: Black Ace, . Softbound. First edition. Illustrations by Perkoff, one of the original Beat poets in Venice during the fifties. Limited to 500 copies. Published as Bowery 21. Few tiny spots to cover, top edge foxed, else fine.
LA: Red Hill Press, 1975. Softbound. First edition. The author's last book published a year after his death. Fine.
[Denver]: Black Ace, . Softbound. First edition. Perkoff was one of the original Beat poets in Venice during the fifties. Limited to 350 copies. Published as Bowery 25. Foxing to top edge, else near fine.