NY: Fuck You Press, 1965. 4to. "THE WORLD PREMIER OF THE FUGS! an unbelievable group of singers featuring Tuli Kupferberg on farto-phone, Brillo Box, finger symbols, & various percussion instruments; Ed Sanders on organ, sex-organ, & harmonica...dirty folk spews, rock & roll, poetry, Amphetamine operas and other freak beams..." The...
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SF: Privately published, 1965. 4to. "This weekend The Fugs! zany, satirical, beatnik, loud, rock 'n' roll group! on the West Coast only a month---see them now!" This was The Fugs first West Coast visit, the last stop on their "Fugs' Cross Country Vietnam Protest Caravan." In the Bay Area they...
Buffalo: Frontier Press, 1965. 4to. Softbound. First edition. Prefatory poem by Charles Olson. Presentation copy inscribed by Sanders with a small drawing of a penis to poet, Will Inman dated the year of publication. White covers slightly toned, touch soiled, else near fine.
n.p.: Bookslinger, 1983. Broadside poem. First edition. One of 90 numbered copies signed by Sanders. Published on the occasion of a reading by the author at the Walker Art Center. Fine.
[Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 1999]. 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Foreword by Carolyn Cassady. Lots of rare photos not seen elsewhere. Fine.
SF: Unicorn, 1958. Pamphlet. First edition. Schock takes us on a cynical tour through the Beat haunts of '50s North Beach making snide observations about the habitues. Illustrated with accomplished, evocative and lovely illustrations of beatniks at poetry readings, jazz clubs, etc., by Trubee Campbell whose drawings are much more...
n.p.:n.p., . Features a photo of Patti and Herbert. Printed in black and red. Fine (20" x 16").
SF: North Point, 1983. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Signed by the author. Fine (tiny bit of fading to top of book spine).
[Sacramento: Ellen's Old Alchemical Press, 1976]. 4to. Broadside poem. First edition. Originally issued as part of the journal Hard Pressed, but here offered separately. This is one of a limited number of copies printed in silver ink on purple paper for the author's private use. Fine (touch of fading to...
[Port Townsend, WA: Copper Canyon Press, 1980]. Broadside poem. First edition. Illustrated by Gue Pilon. Limited to 200 copies signed by the author. Issued as a benefit for the people of San Juan Ridge. Nicely printed. As new (15" x 11.25").
n.p.: n.p., 2001. Broadside poem. First edition thus. Illustrated with a woodblock print by Chiura Obata. Handsomely printed by Morning Glory Press. Limited to 100 copies signed by the author. Issued as a benefit for the International Rivers Network. (Not to be confused with an earlier broadside printing of this...
Washington, DC: Counterpoint, . Thick 8vo. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Signed by Snyder. As new.
SF: Privately published, ca. 2000. 4to. Features a photo of the poet. Signed by Snyder. As new.
Portland, OR: Mazama, 1947. A magazine issued by The Mazamas, a mountaineering club in Portland, Oregon. Prints Snyder's "The Youngsteigers," an essay on the new generation of mountain climbers. Listed as C1 by McNeil this was thought to be Snyder's first appearance in print, but it is now known that...
Washington, DC: Counterpoint, . Softbound. Uncorrected proof copy of the first edition. Signed by Snyder. About fine (two minuscule spots).
[NY]: New Directions, . Hardbound in dust jacket. First hardbound edition, first issue with Snyder's name misspelled on both book and jacket. Signed by Snyder. As new.
NY: Totem/Corinth, . Pamphlet. First edition. Trivial soiling, touch of sunning to edges of covers, else fine.
NY: Pantheon, . Softbound. Uncorrected proof copy of the first edition. Signed by Snyder. Fine.
NY: Pantheon, . Softbound. First edition. Briefly inscribed by the author. Corner crease to front cover, else fine.
n.p.: East-West Review, 1964. Pamphlet. First separate printing of "3 poems by Miyazawa Kenji" translated by Gary Snyder. Covers slightly toned around the edges, staples rusted, else near fine. Very scarce.
London: Fulcrum Press, . Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Signed by Snyder. Illustrated with 3 drawings by Will Petersen. The first major collection of Snyder's poetry, including some previously unpublished material. Errata slip tipped in back. Top corners slightly nudged, pin-head-size speck of wear to bottom board, very near...
[NY]: New Directions, . Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Signed by Snyder. Fine (couple of pin-head-size specks of rubbing to dj spine extremities).
n.p.:n.p., . Oakland, CA: Crocker Bank, 1965. Snyder's endorsement signature on the back. Near fine.
SF: James Linden, 1986. Broadside poem. First printing. The broadside is accompanied by an original, signed photograph by Michael Mundy titled: "Dogwood, Forest-Yosemite." Both the broadside and the photograph are enclosed in a printed folder and archival envelope. Designed and printed by Peter Koch on Arches Cover paper. This is...
n.p.: Privately published, 1979. Broadside poem silk-screened by Bob Giorgio who has done the illustration. First edition. One of 50 numbered copies signed by Snyder and Bob Giorgio. Published as Picture Poem #9. Fine (some inevitable minor handling impressions to super-thin stock). Scarce.