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Palo Alto: Fels & Firn Press, 1976. Pamphlet. First edition. Montgomery, a character in The Dharma Bums, reflects on time spent with Kerouac. Minuscule corner crease to back cover, else fine.
NY: Lospecchio Press, 1986. Hardbound, issued without a dust jacket. First edition. One of 150 numbered copies signed by Bill Morgan. Contributions by Ram Dass, Robert Duncan, Denise Levertov, Thon Gunn, Paul Bowles, and many, many others. Fine.
Brighton: Unicorn Bookshop, 1972. Softbound. First edition. Fine (minute tear to corner of back cover).
LA: Associated Press, 1959. The photo shows Nord, Lipton, Nord's lawyer, and guitar-strumming-singer Julie Meredith in an office with artworks strewn in front of them. The blurb at the bottom reads (in part): "Representatives of a beatnik hangout known as the Gas House in suburban Venice display some of their.....
No place: no publisher, ca.1960. Nord was a noted Beat-era nightclub owner, poet, actor, and self-proclaimed "King of the Beatniks." He was owner of the Co-Existence Bagel Shop in North Beach and later co-founder of the Gas House in Venice, a popular beatnik hang-out that was used as the setting.....
Berkeley: Friends of the Bancroft Library, 1997. Small 4to. Softbound. First edition. Contributions by Hoyem, Micheline, Kyger, McClure, Brautigan, et al. Issued as number 43 in a series of keepsakes for friends of the Bancroft Library. Illustrated with photographs. Fine.
No place: Tampa Records, no date [ca. 1950's]. LP record. Latin bongo music with a classic cover illustration featuring a seductive beatnik couple leaning against a lamp pole with the female beatnik scantily-clad and holding a long cigarette holder. Near mint record (one cosmetic scratch) in very good minus jacket.....
NY: Dover, . Softbound. First edition thus, a revised and expanded version of this title originally published in 1933. Illustrated with photographs and graphics. Near fine.
[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.
[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.
NY: Musitron, 1960. LP record. An album of Beat poetry, folk music, and satire recorded live at the Gaslight Cafe in Greenwich Village. Features John Brent reading "Bibleland," his scathing poem against modern culture and consumer society spoofing the opening of Disneyland. Brent, along with his friend, Del Close did.....
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.
Milwaukee: Associated Press, 1960. A beatnik, Robert 'Bohemian Bob' Schweda, who barricaded himself inside a store window in protest, is seen being forcibly removed by the police who had to smash the window to remove him. Associated Press rubber stamp on the back, with the word "beatniks" written in ink.....
[NY: Headline Publications, 1962]. A satirical cartoon mag styled after Mad magazine. The Beatnik issue, with a cover illustration spoofing beatniks and an "8 page special BEATNIK pull-out-section." The beatnik section is a newspaper titled "Daily Beatnik" in which all the ads for popular products of the day are rewritten.....
n.p.:n.p., . Features a photo of Patti and Herbert. Printed in black and red. Fine (20" x 16").
n.p.:n.p., . Features a photo of Patti and a quote from "Paths that Cross." Printed in purple and green. Fine (22" x 14").
n.p.:n.p., . The performance took place at the Theater of Living Arts in Philadelphia, 1995. Features a color photo of Patti on stage and a quote from "Paths that Cross." Fine (20" x 16").
Woodstock, NY: Hanuman Books, 1995. Broadside poem. First printing. Handsomely printed by Leslie Miller of the Grenfell Press. A poem written for William Burroughs, illustrated with Burroughs' self portrait. Fine.
Woodstock, NY: Hanuman Books, 1995. Broadside poem. First printing. Handsomely printed in two colors by Leslie Miller of the Grenfell Press. A poem written for the Dali Lama, illustrated with an antique engraving of Tibetan sacred eyes. Fine.
[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.....