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Berkeley Tribe - Final Issue (May 1972)
Berkeley: Red Mountain Tribe, 1972. The final issue of this radical left newspaper from Berkeley, published by a contingent who left the Berkeley Barb in 1969. According to the collective, the paper was a "victim of overwork, bourgeois individualism movemment slump, stale format, transient work force, no pay, declining circulation...
[Item #17250]
Price: $75.00
 
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Berkeley Tribe - Vol.2, No.7 (February 20-27, 1970)
Berkeley: Red Moutain Tribe, 1970. A radical left newspaper from Berkeley, published by a contingent who left the Berkeley Barb, and containing a mix of politics, sex, and drug-related content. Includes an insert of erotic sketches by John Lennon. Tabloid (43cm); newsprint, with photo-illustrated cover in black & white; 28pp;...
[Item #17247]
Price: $60.00
 
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Berkeley Tribe - Vol.3, No.7 (August 21-28, 1970)
Berkeley: Red Mountain Tribe, 1970. A radical left newspaper from Berkeley, published by a contingent who left the Berkeley Barb, and containing a mix of politics, sex, and drug-related content. This issue contains articles on Angela Davis, the death of Black Panther Party member Jonathan Jackson, with a eulogy and...
[Item #17248]
Price: $75.00
 
Berkeley Tribe - Vol.3, No.7 (August 21-28, 1970)
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Berkeley Tribe - Vol.3, No.26 (January 15-22, 1971)
Berkeley: Red Mountain Tribe, 1971. A radical left newspaper from Berkeley, published by a contingent who left the Berkeley Barb, and containing a mix of politics, sex, and drug-related content. This issue contains a center spread calling for support of The White Panther Defense Fund, as well as a list...
[Item #17249]
Price: $75.00
 
Berkeley Tribe - Vol.3, No.26 (January 15-22, 1971)
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Noir & Rouge Brochure, Supplement 29: Anarchisme (Encyclopedia Britannica ed. 1958).
Paris: Noir et Rouge, 1963. Text entirely in French. Presents, without commentary, a French translation of the article on "Anarchism" in the 1958 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica. Noir & Rouge Brochure was the periodical organ of Noir & Rouge, the platformist anarchist group founded in 1955 after a split...
[Item #11187]
Price: $95.00
 
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Safe Conduct Pass to Hippie-Land
N.p., n.d, s.i. [NY: ca 1969?]. Leaflet, 15cm x 14cm. Printed recto-only in red and black. Single horizontal fold, light creasing; Very Good. Of unknown origin, though we note that the inventory of the Tuli Kupferberg/Sylvia Topp archive assembled by bookseller Ken Lopez (http://lopezbooks.com/archive/kupferberg/tk-inv.html) includes ten examples of a leaflet...
[Item #20397]
Price: $25.00
 
Safe Conduct Pass to Hippie-Land
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The Hour Assembles Its Allies
San Francisco: Red I. Arobateau, 1970. First Edition. An early collection of poetry by Red I. Arobateau, a transsexual author of mixed race heritage (Caucasian, Hispanic, Native and African American). Her work prominently features the down-and-out street lesbians and working class gay-lesbian-bi-trans characters in her native San Francisco Bay area...
[Item #18384]
Price: $75.00
 
The Hour Assembles Its Allies
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The New Jerusalem
San Francisco: Red I. Arobateau, 1970. First Edition. An early collection of poetry by Red I. Arobateau, a transsexual author of mixed race heritage (Caucasian, Hispanic, Native and African American). Her work prominently features the down-and-out street lesbians and working class gay-lesbian-bi-trans characters in her native San Francisco Bay area...
[Item #18386]
Price: $75.00
 
The New Jerusalem
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Crater News - Vol.1, No.11 (9 June, 1945)
[Honolulu]: Lieut. D.G. Rorie, 1945. Newsletter produced by US Navy officers stationed in Honolulu, this issue published just after V-E Day. Contents include the latest scuttlebutt, short fiction and poetry, calendar of activities, sports news, and a few off-color jokes, including a full page of anti-Japanese cartoons entitled "Japology." Rare;...
[Item #20527]
Price: $125.00
 
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Crater News - Vol.1, No.12 (16 June, 1945)
[Honolulu]: Lieut. D.G. Rorie, 1945. Newsletter produced by US Navy officers stationed in Honolulu, this issue published just after V-E Day. Contents include the latest scuttlebutt, calendar of activities, sports news, and a few off-color jokes. Final page prints the main points of the G.I. Bill of Rights. Rare; we...
[Item #20528]
Price: $125.00
 
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Bread and Puppet Newspaper: Six Issues, 1967-1970
[New York: Bread and Puppet Theatre]. Bread and Puppet Theatre was founded in 1963 by Peter Schumann on New York City's Lower East Side. At first, Schumann and his colleagues built large-scale rod and hand puppets and put on shows for children, with themes running from rent and rats to...
[Item #19942]
Price: $1,500.00
 
Bread and Puppet Newspaper: Six Issues, 1967-1970
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The Stations of the Cross
[New York: Bread and Puppet Theater]: (N.d. Bread and Puppet Theatre was founded in 1963 by Peter Schumann on New York City's Lower East Side. At first, Schumann and his colleagues built large-scale rod and hand puppets and put on shows for children, with themes running from rent and rats...
[Item #19947]
Price: $400.00
 
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Beatitude 21
San Francisco: Beatitude / Discovery Bookshop, 1975. First Edition. Quarto; 28pp. Side-stapled mimeographed wrappers; 32pp. Cover drawing by Ed Holden. Cover torn at stapled edge and partially detached, with old clear tape repair; slight external soil; contents clean and unmarked; Good to Very Good. Late issue of this acclaimed counterculture...
[Item #20446]
Price: $25.00
 
Beatitude 21
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All The Assholes In The World And Mine
Bensenville, IL: Open Skull Press, 1966. First Edition. A short, humorous story detailing Bukowski's account of his hemorrhoid operation. DORBIN A10; KRUMHANSL 23. Published by Douglas Blazek in a run of ca.400 copies. Slim octavo; mimeographed sheets stapled into illustrated wrappers; [26pp]. Some trivial rubbing to extremities, else Fine.
[Item #20252]
Price: $500.00
 
All The Assholes In The World And Mine
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Confessions Of A Man Insane Enough To Live With Beasts
Bensenville, IL: Mimeo Press, 1965. First Edition. A "long short story" featuring the first appearance of Bukowski's fictional alter-ego, Henry Chinaski. With an introduction consisting of 12 lines excerpted from a Stever Richmond letter to Blazek. DORBIN A8; KRUMHANSL 17. Published by Douglas Blazek in a run of ca.500 copies...
[Item #20253]
Price: $375.00
 
Confessions Of A Man Insane Enough To Live With Beasts
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Longshot Pomes For Broke Players
New York: 7 Poets Press, 1962. First Edition. A scarce, early chapbook, with the subjects covered by these poems being those closest to the author's heart: women, the racetrack, and classical music. A serious highspot for Bukowski collectors, noted as one of Al Fogel's "Top 20 Bukowski Rarities." DORBIN A3;...
[Item #20251]
Price: $3,250.00
 
Longshot Pomes For Broke Players
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Poems Written Before Jumping Out Of An 8 Story Window
Glendale: Poetry X/Change, [1968]. First Edition. DORBIN A12. KRUMHANSL 28a. Regular Issue, one of ca.400 copies published. Slim octavo; illustrated wrappers, stapled; [32pp]; illus. Light wear to extremities and center of rear cover, with a few faint creases and small stains to wrappers; internally clean; Very Good+.
[Item #20254]
Price: $150.00
 
Poems Written Before Jumping Out Of An 8 Story Window
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The Rodent Who Came to Dinner
[Santa Barbara]: Am Here Books/Immediate Editions, 1981. First Edition. 8.5 X 11 inch mimeographed sheets printed on rectos only, side-stapled into illustrated card wrappers; [42pp]; illus. Signed by Tom Clark on the title page. Trivial toning to edges, else Fine.
[Item #17624]
Price: $50.00
 
The Rodent Who Came to Dinner
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Dr. Sadhu's Muffins
Erin, Ontario: Press Porcepic, 1974. First Edition. Excellent association copy of the influential Canadian poet McCaffery's scarce second book. Includes a brief postscript in which McCaffery outlines his experimental poetics: "...these poems were attempts to produce text which directly presented language-material without the intrusion of my own consciousness." Octavo, illustrated...
[Item #16070]
Price: $350.00
 
Dr. Sadhu's Muffins
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That Red October Day: A True Story of the Riot at the Colorado State Penitentiary on October Third Nineteen Hundred Twenty Nine, As Told By Eyewitnesses to R.M. Crane, Convict Number 15828 [Original Manuscript]
[Caņon City, CO]: R.M. Crane, 1932. First Edition. Either a finished manuscript or else a hand-produced copy for private circulation, consisting of mimeographed sheets bound in hand-typed wrappers. The text is a detailed account of the 1929 riot at the Colorado State Penitentiary -- at the time, one of the...
[Item #20106]
Price: $750.00
 
That Red October Day: A True Story of the Riot at the Colorado State Penitentiary on October Third Nineteen Hundred Twenty Nine, As Told By Eyewitnesses to R.M. Crane, Convict Number 15828 [Original Manuscript]
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Battle Acts - Group of Five Issues (Vol.2, Nos.1-5)
New York: Women of Youth Against War & Fascism, 1971-1972. First Edition. Group of five consecutive issues of this second wave underground feminist journal, published in New York by the Women's Caucus of the YAWF. The journal covered a variety of local, national and international womens issues, with the broader...
[Item #19141]
Price: $125.00
 
Battle Acts - Group of Five Issues (Vol.2, Nos.1-5)
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The Chicago Seed - Vol.1, No.10
Chicago: Seed Publishing, 1967. An early issue of Chicago's colorful, psychedelic Seed. The paper had a much lighter touch than most underground papers from the period, regularly urging its readers to "get stoned a lot, laugh, dance and meditate." This issue contains some Black Panther Party content, an uncredited article...
[Item #17253]
Price: $75.00
 
The Chicago Seed - Vol.1, No.10
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Kudzu - Special Movement Issue for the Fayette Festival (Thanksgiving 1969)
Jackson: Mississippi Student News Project, 1969. One of two special issues of The Kudzu printed prior to the Tony Lawrence Fayette Music Festival, which featured appearances by B.B. King, The Rolling Stones, Staple Singers, the Chambers Brothers, and Mahalia Jackson, among others. This issue notably featured several articles on Huey...
[Item #17237]
Price: $150.00
 
Kudzu - Special Movement Issue for the Fayette Festival (Thanksgiving 1969)
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Magazine 5 [Signed by John Sinclair]
New York: N.P. [ca.1965-66]. The fifth issue (of 6) of this poetry magazine of the Mimeo Revolution. Contributors include Ed Saunders, Diane Wakoski, John Sinclair, John Keys, and Paul Blackburn, et al. Quarto (29cm); 8.5 X 11 inch sheets, mimeographed, printed recto and verso; side-stapled and covered in a jacket...
[Item #18389]
Price: $150.00
 
Magazine 5 [Signed by John Sinclair]
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The Shape of Things to Come - Vol.1, No. None (December, 1969)
[Chicago]: N.P. 1969. First Edition. Apparent first (and possibly only) issue of this newsletter, a two-man job produced by college students James Higgins and Michael Henderson. Contents champion the cause of both Black and White Panther parties, covering the murder of Fred Hampton, The Conspiracy 8, and the imprisonment of...
[Item #19249]
Price: $350.00
 
The Shape of Things to Come - Vol.1, No. None (December, 1969)


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