NY: High Risk, . Softbound. "Advance uncorrected proof" in printed glossy wraps. Fine.
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Santa Barbara: Am Here Books, 1982. 4to. Softbound. First edition. Landmark catalog of Beat, avant-garde, and modern literature offered for sale, with commentary by Burroughs, Creeley, Clark, et al. Lacks the Burroughs record. Few handling impressions, very good plus.
[NY: Viking, 1989]. Softbound. Uncorrected proofs. Few faint specks of foxing, else very near fine.
London: Jonathan Cape, . Hardbound in dust jacket. First British edition. An excellent collection of interviews with Burroughs. Bright, very near fine copy (tiny stray mark to front panel of dj).
England: The British Journal of Addiction, 1957. 8vo. Offprint of Burroughs' first periodical appearance, and his first appearance under his own name, in the January 1957 issue of The British Journal of Addiction. First separate printing of this long statement by Burroughs on his experiments with various drugs and different...
[London]: Picador, . Softbound. Uncorrected proof of the first British edition. Features Charles Burn's excellent illustration of Burroughs on the front cover. Very fine.
NY: Grove Press, . Hardbound in dust jacket. First American edition. Fine in near fine dust jacket with a few short tears (and a small piece of tape internally reinforcing top of spine). The jacket has none of the usual spine-fading and is very bright overall.
NY: Grove Press, . Hardbound in dust jacket. First American edition in later printing dust jacket (with roman numerals and zip code on back panel). Fine in about fine dust jacket with a touch of fading to spine. A nice bright copy.
NY: Grove Press, . Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Fine in dust jacket with minor rubbing to front panel and a touch of fading to the orange spine lettering.
n.p.:n.p., . Burroughs is standing in the hallway of a cavernous English mansion. He's standing in suit and tie, holding his umbrella, with his fedora clutched to his chest, looking at the camera with a sombre expression. Behind him there are two young men standing in front of a tapestry.....
n.p.:n.p., . Burroughs, wearing a black turtleneck and Army jacket, is standing at the end of a cobblestone street in Paris in the mid-sixties. Burroughs is in the foreground looking directly at the camera, with the street stretching off behind him. Never published. Fine (8" x 10").
n.p.:n.p., . Burroughs is standing next to a ladder in the hallway of a cavernous English mansion. He's wearing a suit and tie, holding his umbrella in one hand, and clutching his fedora to his chest with the other. He's looking at a painting that's out of the frame, creating.....
n.p.:n.p., . Burroughs, in a suit, is holding his umbrella, his hat is perched on a torso sculpture on the floor next to him. Taken by a friend of Burroughs using Burroughs' camera, ca. 1965. Never published. Fine (8" x 10," b&w).
n.p.:n.p., . Burroughs is standing in suit and tie, holding his umbrella, looking sombre. There are 19th Century paintings on the walls around him. Taken by a friend of Burroughs using Burroughs' camera, ca. 1965. Never published. Fine (8" x 10," b&w).
n.p.:n.p., . Ian Sommerville is standing by the window holding a joint. Taken by a friend of Burroughs using Burroughs' camera, ca. 1965. Never published. Fine (8" x 10," b &w).
n.p.:n.p., . Burroughs is standing on a fire escape in NYC in the sixties. He's wearing a suit, tie, and fedora, and is holding a cigarette at waist level. He's looking directly into the camera with a deadpan, classic Burroughsian look. One of the best shots of Burroughs we've seen.....
NY: Grove Press, . Hardbound in dust jacket. First American edition, revised. Unusually fine.
San Diego: Atticus Books, 1981. Pamphlet. First edition. Introduction by William Burroughs. One of 50 numbered copies signed by Burroughs. Landmark, photo-illustrated catalog of Burroughs items offered for sale. An excellent reference for material not in Maynard & Miles. Fine.
Paris: Christian Bourgois, . Softbound. First French edition. Translated from the English by Gerard-Georges Lemaire. Important association copy with an exceptional inscription to his long-time friend and collaborator, Brion Gysin: "To Brion Gysin who picture wrote my literary career in France 25 years ago. William S. Burroughs." Burroughs and Gysin...
[SF]: Auerhahn Press, 1960. Small 4to. Softbound (no hardbound issued). First edition. Cover illustration by Brion Gysin with more of his calligraphic drawings inside. Two corners bumped, else very good plus or better.
[SF]: Auerhahn Press, 1960. Small 4to. Softbound. First edition. Cover illustration by Brion Gysin who also contributes. Superb presentation copy inscribed to poet and publisher, Ted Berrigan: "For Ted Berrigan / William S. Burroughs / Dec. 11, 1953 (Burroughs meant 1963) / New York." Also signed by Brion Gysin on...
n.p.: Privately published, 1975. The Colloque de Tanger symposium was held in Geneva in 1975 to celebrate the work of Burroughs and Gysin. This poster prints Legarde's The New Reformers photo of Burroughs' and Gysin's heads superimposed on the torsos of two statues (Martin Luther and friend). Printed in black...
[Santa Monica: Smart Art Press, 1996]. Softbound, with die-cut holes to the front cover. First edition. Exhibition catalog issued to coincide with a show presented jointly by Track 16 Gallery and the Robert Berman Gallery. Profusely illustrated with color reproductions of Burroughs' paintings, with texts by Timothy Leary and others. Very fine.
[NY]: Viking, . Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Important presentation copy warmly inscribed by Burroughs to his long-time friend, fellow drug researcher, and counterculture hero, Timothy Leary: "for Tim Leary, who contributed to my education more much more than I realized at the time. We are here to learn!...
NY: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1973. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. William Burroughs' son recounts his struggle with heroin addiction, and tells of the time spent with his father in Texas and Tangier. Fine in dust jacket with a touch of yelowing to bottom of back panel.