Toronto: Anansi, 1968. Hardbound in dust jacket. The correct first edition. Errata slip laid in. Fine in slightly used dust jacket with a 1-inch closed tear to front panel, and a small chip to top of back panel.
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[Altadena, CA]: Twelvetrees Press, 1990. Folio. Hardbound in cloth-covered boards. First edition. One of 100 numbered copies signed by Ginsberg. Outstanding collection of photographs taken by Ginsberg documenting his association with Kerouac, Burroughs, Cassady, and many others in the Beat and '60s counterculture. Very fine in publisher's slipcase. A Roth 101 title.
NY: Gotham Book Mart, 1972. Hardbound in cloth-covered boards with illustration tipped to front cover. First edition. One of 26 lettered copies signed by Ginsberg, this being the dedication copy inscribed to (Barry) Miles: "copy P / for Miles / To Whom book's dedicated / from / Allen / Dec...
n.p.:n.p., . A mag from Boulder edited by Allen Ginsberg and Anne Waldman. Allen Ginsberg, Ted Berrigan, Robert Duncan, Michael McClure, Gregory Corso, Robert Creeley, and Diane di Prima are among the many contributors. Cover illustration by Robert Duncan. Touch of toning to top of cover, else fine.
London: Writers Forum, 1963. Pamphlet. First edition, second state with Ginsberg's name spelled correctly on the cover. Contemporary owner's name, else about fine. Scarce.
n.p.:n.p., . Edited by John Hollander with Allen Ginsberg listed as "assistant editor." Prints "A Lover's Garden" and "The Proposal" by Ginsberg. A very early appearance by Ginsberg in the Columbia College literary magazine---this precedes his first book by almost a decade. Light ring stain to front cover, else very.....
NY: HarperCollins, . Softbound. Uncorrected proof. Fine.
n.p.: Privately published by the author, ca. 1970. 4to. Original xerox sheets stapled at the corner, as issued. First edition, first issue (without the additional note to front cover). Limited to 300 copies. Fine. Scarce.
[NY]: Full Court Press, . Softbound. Second printing. Briefly inscribed by Ginsberg to fellow poet, Doug Blazek in 1988. A few tiny abrasions to front cover, else fine. A nice association to an accomplished poet and publisher.
[NY]: Full Court Press, . Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Wonderful presentation copy inscribed to Ginsberg's mentor, close friend, recurring house guest, and ultimate polymath, Harry Smith: "for Harry / Smith / from / his observer & / pupil / Allen Ginsberg / September 5, 1976 / Chelsea Hotel...
Bolinas: Gray Fox Press, 1972. Hardbound, issued without a dust jacket. First edition. Limited to 100 numbered copies signed by Ginsberg. Fine.
Bolinas: Gray Fox Press, 1972. Softbound. Third printing. Signed by Ginsberg. About fine.
n.p.:n.p., . Includes an interview with Allen Ginsberg plus articles on Amsterdam, cocaine, and more. Fine.
SF: Dave Haselwood/City Lights, 1970. Softbound. First edition. Inscribed by Ginsberg in 1971 to fellow poet, Doug Blazek "and his blond kids." Illustrated with photographs. Fine (touch of sunning to spine). A nice association to an accomplished poet and publisher.
SF: City Lights Books, 1974. Oblong 18mo. Softbound. First edition thus. Fine.
Gottingen: Expanded Media Editions, 1973. Square 16mo. Softbound. First German edition. One of 100 numbered copies signed by the author. Photographs by Fred McDarrah, Richard Avedon, and Claude Pelieu. Fine. (German text.).
[SF]: City Lights, . 16mo. Softbound. Second printing. Poet Richard Tagett's copy with his ownership stamp dated 1961 (also small ink number stamped on cover). Number 14 in the Pocket Poets Series. Along with Howl, Kaddish is Ginsberg's most important book. Spine slightly sunned, else near fine.
[SF]: City Lights, . 16mo. Softbound. Correct first edition with Villiers notice on p. 100 and 10-line statement on back cover. Number 14 in the Pocket Poets Series. Ginsberg's most important book after Howl. Touch of toning to spine, else an exceptionally fine, crisp copy. This copy belonged to Black...
Berkeley: Oyez, 1965. Folio. Broadside poem. First edition. Published in an edition of 350 copies. Features a Robert LaVigne illustration of a nude Ginsberg in both black and white silhouette within a penis-shaped outline. Few small handling impressions to edges, else very near fine.
Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina, 2004. Pamphlet. First edition. Exhibition catalog from this show devoted to Ginsberg's life and work. Features essays about Ginsberg illustrated with photographs (some by him). Fine.
n.p.: n.p., n.d. [ca. 1965]. Large folio. Broadside poem. First edition. Features a blow-up of Ginsberg's typed and corrected manuscript, with his facsimile holograph at the bottom: "If you still want a poem to use on a poster here is one---if not OK. Allen Ginsberg." Slight bump to two corners.....
SF: City Lights, . 16mo. Softbound. First edition. Number 35 in the Pocket Poets Series. Briefly inscribed to Burt Britton in 1978. About fine.
SF: City Lights, . 16mo. Softbound. First edition. Number 35 in the Pocket Poets Series. Signed by Ginsberg. Near fine.
SF: City Lights, . 16mo. Softbound. First edition. Number 35 in the Pocket Poets Series. Inscribed by Ginsberg to fellow poet, Doug Blazek in 1988. Near fine. A nice association to an accomplished poet and publisher.
SF: City Lights, . 16mo. Softbound. First edition. Number 35 in the Pocket Poets Series. Inscribed by Ginsberg to Warren Tallman: "Allen Ginsberg / Thanks for your decades / of hospitality, Warren Tallman / August 22, 1979." Small corner crease, else about fine. A very nice association. Tallman had a....