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101.

Gentleman Pimp: An Autobiography
Los Angeles: Holloway House Publishing Co. [1973]. First Edition. First printing. 12mo (17.5cm.); original green pictorial wrappers; 190,[2]pp. Textblock uniformly toned, else Fine. Chatty memoir, beginning with a nod to Iceberg Slim, by a Detroit pimp and thief, with accounts of his multiple trips to prison.
[Item #25009]
Price: $100.00
 
Gentleman Pimp: An Autobiography
102.

Afrodisia: New Poems
New York: Hill & Wang, [1970]. First Edition. Octavo (21cm.); original cloth in red pictorial dust jacket; x,150pp. A few short closed tear along jacket extremities, most notably to spine foot, else Very Good or better. Jazz-inflected poetry by the Surrealist author, trumpeter, and painter, whose work is considered to...
[Item #25008]
Price: $30.00
 
Afrodisia: New Poems
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Conjure
Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1972. First Edition. First full-length poetry collection (following three novels) by the founder of the Umbra Workshop, which would become a significant influence on the Black Arts Movement. Includes Reed's major long poem "Catechism of d neoamerican hoodoo church," which was first published as a....
[Item #25006]
Price: $75.00
 
Conjure
104.

A Litany of Friends: New and Selected Poems
Detroit: Lotus Press, 1981. First Edition. Issued simultaneously with a signed/limited clothbound edition; this is the more common wrappered issue. Moderate external soil, else Very Good. A somewhat uncommon later collection from Randall, long-time proprietor of the Broadside Press.
[Item #25005]
Price: $25.00
 
A Litany of Friends: New and Selected Poems
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A Capsule Course in Black Poetry Writing
Detroit: Broadside Press, 1975. First Edition. Octavo (22cm). Printed card wrappers; 64pp. A few tiny spots of soil to covers, else Fine. Highly influential manual of poetics from the leading Black Arts publisher of the Sixties and Seventies. There was no cloth edition.
[Item #25004]
Price: $50.00
 
A Capsule Course in Black Poetry Writing
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Callin' All Sisters. Illustrations by Kush Bey.
Chicago: by the Author, 1970. Second Printing. Author's first book, published while a student at Northeastern State College in Chicago. Zubena was a member of the OBAC Writer's Workshop, a creative writing project headed by Chicago poet Don L. Lee. Octavo (22cm); staple-bound, pictorial wrappers; 28pp. Small bump to bottom...
[Item #25003]
Price: $25.00
 
Callin' All Sisters. Illustrations by Kush Bey.
107.

Barefoot Necklace pome[s]
Brooklyn: Jamima House Press, 1875. First Edition. Substantial collection, incorporating the entirety of Loftin's first published book (Jumbish, 1972) and adding a selection of new poems. Laudatory blurbs from Wes Brown and Ishmael Reed on rear cover (the latter excerpted from Reed's lengthy, glowing review of the book in the...
[Item #25001]
Price: $50.00
 
Barefoot Necklace pome[s]
108.

In Search of Roots
Philadelphia: Dorrance & Company, [1970]. First Edition. Octavo (21.5cm.); original cloth in white pictorial dust jacket; [4],40pp. Very minor toning along jacket extremities, else About Fine. Poetry collection by African-American native of St. Petersburg, Florida, at the time of publication serving as co-minister at the Greenwood Memorial United Methodist Church...
[Item #25000]
Price: $30.00
 
In Search of Roots
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Soul Session: Anthology of the B.C.D.
Newark: Jihad Productions, 1969. First Edition. Revolutionary poems by members of Black Community Defense, a Newark cultural and armed resistance group co-founded by Amiri Baraka, Balozi Zayd Muhammad and martial arts expert Mfundish Maasi. No editorial credit given, though Baraka would presumably have been influential in the selection of the...
[Item #24999]
Price: $75.00
 
Soul Session: Anthology of the B.C.D.
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Chameleon [Review Copy]
Los Angeles: Crescent Publications, [1978]. First Edition. Self-published novel about the difficulties faced by a black doctor, authored by an African-American cardiologist, and described as "The Explosive" sequel to his first fictional work, Mercy Is King (1974). It should also be noted that the platform shoes Mays is sporting in...
[Item #24998]
Price: $75.00
 
Chameleon [Review Copy]
111.

Baby Chocolate and Other Short Stories: Aspects of the Black Experience. An Original Collection
New York: William-Frederick Press, 1975. First Edition. Octavo (23cm). Cloth boards, dustjacket, 117pp. Fine and unmarked in crisp but faintly foxed dustwrapper, Near Fine. Collection of short fiction by an inmate of the Lorton, Virginia penitentiary. Includes several stories of prison life.
[Item #24997]
Price: $40.00
 
Baby Chocolate and Other Short Stories: Aspects of the Black Experience. An Original Collection
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Woman, Man's Best Friend (Proverbs, Parables, Poems, Songs)
[San Francisco: Al Kitab Sudan Publications, 1973]. First Edition. Octavo (21.5cm.); original orange pictorial wrappers printed in brown; [6],iv,[2],88pp.; text printed in brown on tan stock. Fine. Collected short poetical pieces by Marvin X, written between 1969 and 1972. He assures the reader in his introduction that he is not...
[Item #24996]
Price: $100.00
 
Woman, Man's Best Friend (Proverbs, Parables, Poems, Songs)
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Up from the Dead Level
[Madison: FAS Publishing, 1974]. First Edition. Octavo (21cm.); original cream photomontage staplebound wrappers; 35pp.; printed on yellow stock. Fine. Poetry collection by 23-year-old folklorist, whose previous work, according to the author biography on the rear cover, was being "currently reviewed by Black World and Dudley Randall of Broadside Press."
[Item #24995]
Price: $50.00
 
Up from the Dead Level
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Om Black
N.p., n.d. [1971?]. Author's scarce second book, a collection of intensely political poems of African-American life, many confronting the twin issues of race and gender. The poet was a Chicago resident and member of the Southside OBAC Writer's Collective headed by Don L. Lee (who is credited as a "Writing...
[Item #24994]
Price: $50.00
 
Om Black
115.

My Mercedes Is Bigger than Yours
New York: Harper & Row, [1975]. First American Edition. Octavo (20.5cm.); original linen-backed boards in olive pictorial dust jacket; [8],177pp. Jacket extremities a bit rubbed, else Near Fine. Satirical novel by Nigerian novelist and poet.
[Item #24993]
Price: $35.00
 
My Mercedes Is Bigger than Yours
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Reflections on Life and Other Poems
New York: Vantage Press, 1976. First Edition. Octavo. Cloth boards; dustjacket; 46pp. Bit of soil to upper edge of text block, else fine, in lightly soiled dustwrapper, Near Fine. Self-published poems, many on racial themes, by a Michigan-born author.
[Item #24992]
Price: $45.00
 
Reflections on Life and Other Poems
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Don't Call Me Black [Promotional Copy]
New York: Vantage Press, [1980]. First Edition. African-American social history in the form of a dialogue between four professionals of different races, including a lawyer, an economist, and a psychologist. Octavo (21cm.); original cloth in brown pictorial dust jacket; [6],169pp. Fine. Promotional typescript letter on Press letterhead with accompanying envelope...
[Item #24990]
Price: $45.00
 
Don't Call Me Black [Promotional Copy]
118.

Long Drums and Cannons: Nigerian Dramatists and Novelists
New York: Praeger Publishers, [1969]. First American edition, second (1970) printing. Octavo (22.5cm.); original simulated cloth in black pictorial dust jacket; 209pp. Bottom edge of upper jacket panel creased, else Fine in Very Good or better jacket. Includes essays on the works of Wole Soyinka, Chinua Achebe, and Amos Tutuola.
[Item #24987]
Price: $20.00
 
Long Drums and Cannons: Nigerian Dramatists and Novelists
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Scottsboro: Act Three
New York: International Labor Defense, 1934. First Edition. 16mo (14cm.); printed staplebound self-wrappers; 15pp. Uniformly toned and brittle due to poor paper stock, small loss to upper cover fore-edge not affecting text, else Very Good, albeit fragile. Communist take on the murder verdict against Heywood Patterson and Clarence Norris, two...
[Item #24980]
Price: $25.00
 
Scottsboro: Act Three
120.

Anarchism: What It Really Stands For [cover title]
New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association, 1916. Second Edition. Small octavo (19.5cm.); printed staplebound self-wrappers; unpaged. About Fine.
[Item #24978]
Price: $50.00
 
Anarchism: What It Really Stands For [cover title]
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The Oneida Community. Replies by one of the surviving members, to the interrogatories of a French political economist [M. Fabré]
Kenwood [NY]: 1897. First Edition. Replies, by a former resident, to "Monsieur [Auguste?] Fabre", answering questions regarding the disbanding of the Oneida Community. "I believe that the first cause of the dissolution of the Oneida Community was the plan and purpose of God...a second cause was the intense opposition or...
[Item #24976]
Price: $75.00
 
The Oneida Community. Replies by one of the surviving members, to the interrogatories of a French political economist [M. Fabré]
122.

Out There Was Silence, Too
New York: Vantage Press, 1968. First Edition. Octavo. Blue cloth boards; dustjacket; 48pp. Slight lean to spine; light wear; still Near Fine in a bright, lightly rubbed and soiled dustwrapper. Self-published volume of anti-war poems by a disabled, African-American Vietnam veteran. Calhoun County, South Carolina author.
[Item #24975]
Price: $45.00
 
Out There Was Silence, Too
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Clear the Slums: Build Real Homes for the Workers [drop title]
[New York: Socialist Party, 1932?]. First Edition. Octavo (23cm.); single sheet folded into 6-panelled pamphlet; illus. About Fine. Promotional leaflet condemning the state of housing in New York City, urging readers to "Vote the Straight Socialist Ticket!...Vote 'Yes' On Proposition for the Municipal-Owned Power Plant." Integral order blank for The...
[Item #24973]
Price: $25.00
 
Clear the Slums: Build Real Homes for the Workers [drop title]
124.

Creative Poems
New York: Vantage Press, 1974. First Edition. Octavo. Blue cloth boards; dustjacket; 47pp. Fine, in slightly edge-rubbed Near Fine jacket. Self-published poetry, a few on African-American political themes. The author was a Tennessee native, and a graduate of Tennesse State University.
[Item #24972]
Price: $40.00
 
Creative Poems
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The Fabulous Life of Diego Rivera (inscribed to Phillip and Agnes Jaffe)
New York: Stein and Day, [1963]. First Edition. Noteworthy association copy, inscribed from one prominent ex-Communist to another. Wolfe (1896-1977) was a founding member of the Communist Party of America and later, following his expulsion from the CPUSA, a Director of Propaganda for the Communist Party (Opposition), a group headed...
[Item #24970]
Price: $125.00
 
The Fabulous Life of Diego Rivera (inscribed to Phillip and Agnes Jaffe)

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