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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
 
Berkeley Tribe - Vol.2, No.7 (February 20-27, 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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Black Politics: A Journal of Liberation - Vol.2, Nos.13-14
Berkeley: Black Politics, 1969. Final issue of this short-lived Black liberation journal, published in Berkeley between 1968-1969. Contents include an editorial on police murder, and articles by Pat Wilmot ("The Role of Violence in Revolutionary Change"), Onij-Nejih ("The Strike as a Tactic," "We Will Either Find A Way Or Make...
[Item #28475]
Price: $125.00
 
Black Politics: A Journal of Liberation - Vol.2, Nos.13-14. AFRICAN AMERICANS, Toussaint LUMUMBA.
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Washington Free Press - Vol.II, No.36 (July 27, 1968)
Washington DC: S.i. 1968. This issue features a cover photograph of Huey Newton flashing a peace sign from behind bars, with an article regarding his defense and how he spends his time in jail; brief articles on the offices of Grove Press being bombed, racial violence in Cleveland, an interview...
[Item #27538]
Price: $75.00
 
Washington Free Press - Vol.II, No.36 (July 27, 1968). AFRICAN AMERICANS, UNDERGROUND NEWSPAPERS.
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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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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
 
Crater News - Vol.1, No.11 (9 June, 1945). Myron O. BICKEL, Thomas H. COXE.
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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
 
Crater News - Vol.1, No.12 (16 June, 1945). Myron O. BICKEL, Thomas H. COXE.
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Sing-Song (caterpillar IV)
New York: Caterpillar, 1967. First Edition. Multilith issue of 300 copies (there was a simultaneous mimeographed issue of 100 copies). Quarto; 8pp; side-stapled blue wrappers. A few faint spots to wrappers; mild dusting and edgewear; internally Fine and Very Good overall.
[Item #26449]
Price: $25.00
 
Sing-Song (caterpillar IV). Paul BLACKBURN.
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Ole - No.3 (November, 1965)
Bensenville, IL: S.i. 1965. First Edition. Third issue (of eight) of Blazek's important mid-western mimeo poetry magazine. Contains the first appearance of Charles Bukowski's "Drunk Again and Wondering, Wondering..." Includes contributions by William Wantling, Kent Taylor, Al Purdy, Emilie Glen, Clarence Major, Harold Norse, Steve Richmond, Will Inman, and others...
[Item #32142]
Price: $85.00
 
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Ole - No.2 (March, 1965)
Bensenville, IL: S.i. 1965. First Edition. Second issue (of eight) of Blazek's important mid-western mimeo poetry magazine. Contains the first appearance of Charles Bukowski's "A Rambling Essay on Poetics and the Bleeding Life Written While Drinking a Six-Pack (Tall); includes contributions by d.a. levy, Harold Norse, William Wantling, Larry Eigner...
[Item #32141]
Price: $100.00
 
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Bloomington Women's Liberation Front [Newsletter]. Five consecutive issues, Jan - May 1971
Bloomington, IN: Bloomington Women's Liberation Front, 1971. Five mimeographed monthly issues. Corner-stapled sheets; ca 8-12pp per issue. A nearly complete run, lacking only the first one or possibly two issues, of this ephemeral Indiana women's underground publication. OCLC cataloging incorrectly states that publication "began and ceased with Oct 13, 1971."...
[Item #26854]
Price: $200.00
 
Bloomington Women's Liberation Front [Newsletter]. Five consecutive issues, Jan - May 1971. BLOOMINGTON WOMEN'S LIBERATION FRONT.
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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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Lucha - No.7, Ano II (13 December, 1935)
Havana: Liga Anti-Imperialista de Cuba, 1935. First Edition. Scarce and early Cuban Communist journal, with extensive coverage of Latin American radical and anti-imperialist movements. Illustrated on front and rear covers; front cover depicts Pedraza and Batista as axe-wielding executioners; rear cover depicts a "Mr. Dods" of Washington absconding into Cuba...
[Item #25210]
Price: $200.00
 
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Inside the Devil's Mouth: First Poems
Detroit: Lotus Press, 1975. First Edition. The native Detroit author's first book of poems. Cobb was a member of the Black Christian Nationalist Movement at the Shrine of the Black Madonna, and a former graduate teaching fellow in English literature at Eastern Michigan University. An attractive mimeographed Black Arts production...
[Item #25926]
Price: $40.00
 
Inside the Devil's Mouth: First Poems. Pamela COBB, a k. a. Baraka Sele.
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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: $225.00
 
Dr. Sadhu's Muffins. CONCRETE POETRY, Steve McCAFFERY.
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Foot #2
San Francisco: Foot Magazine, 1962. First Edition. Octavo. Pictorial card wrappers; 80pp. Slight external wear; internally clean and unmarked; Very Good. Holograph correction to imprint on copyright page, presumably in an editor's hand. Somewhat uncommon San Francisco little mag; contributions by Philip Whalen (who also contributed a number of illustrations)...
[Item #26457]
Price: $60.00
 
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The Women's Page - 5 Issues
San Francisco: The Women's Page, 1970-71. First five issues of this publication, which focused on feminist activism in the Bay Area. Issue No.1 released as a supplement to It Ain't Me Babe (July 23-Aug. 5), with a supplement enclosed in Issue No.3. Contributors include Barbara Alpert, Judith Bush, Debbie Chase...
[Item #26758]
Price: $75.00
 
The Women's Page - 5 Issues. FEMINISM - PERIODICALS.
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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]. David FRANKS, Ed SAUNDERS, John SINCLAIR, Diane WAKOSKI, John KEYS, Paul BLACKBURN, contributors.
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Milkcrate Digest #6
[Philadelphia: ca 1995]: John Freeborn. Oblong quarto (ca 28cm x 32cm); silk-screened covers; xeroxed text; [12pp]; illus. Fine. Underground zine entirely dedicated to the illicit repurposing of commercial milk crates. Illustrated with photographs and illustrations of milk crates. Text describes various things the author has done with milk crates.
[Item #30008]
Price: $30.00
 
Milkcrate Digest #6. John FREEBORN.
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The Pink Parade of Pro-Communist (Polecats): A Quarterly Review of Educational Material on Pro-Communist (Polecats) - Vol.1, No.1 (April 15, 1954)
[San Antonio, TX]: S.i. 1954. First Edition. An anti-Communist screed by Hance, author of Red Reading: A Report on our San Antonio Public Libraries Communist Front Authors and Their Books Therein and prominent member of the Citizens' Book Committee (San Antonio, TX). Her document reports that some 2000 books were...
[Item #20521]
Price: $250.00
 
The Pink Parade of Pro-Communist (Polecats): A Quarterly Review of Educational Material on Pro-Communist (Polecats) - Vol.1, No.1 (April 15, 1954). Myrtle G. HANCE.
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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). James HIGGINS, Michael HENDERSON.
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All of Ted Joans and No More [Inscribed to Israel Young]
New York: Excelsior Press, 1961. First Edition. Collected poems and collages from early in the poet's career. The introduction, humorously signed in print "Miss I.D. Klar" states that this was to be Joans's final literary work, and that the remainder of his career would be devoted to painting. History proved...
[Item #27530]
Price: $150.00
 
All of Ted Joans and No More [Inscribed to Israel Young]. Ted JOANS.
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An Introduction to the Black Panther Party
Detroit: Radical Education Project, 1969. Second Edition. The first edition was issued by the John Brown Society (Berkeley) in 1968. This edition with added material issued by the Radical Education Project, 1969. Both editions are uncommon. New edition, with additional material. Side-stapled sheets, 11" x 8-1/2"; 26pp; illus. Mild dusting...
[Item #17852]
Price: $75.00
 
An Introduction to the Black Panther Party. John Brown Society / Radical Education Project.
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Yugen 6
New York: LeRoi Jones and Hettie Cohen, 1960. First Edition. Sixth issue (of eight) of this important little magazine edited by LeRoi Jones. This issue contains contributions by Michael McClure, Charles Olson, Jack Kerouac, Robert Creeley, Frank O'Hara, Hubert Selby Jr., and Tristan Tzara, et al. Octavo (21.75cm); illustrated wrappers...
[Item #27413]
Price: $50.00
 
Yugen 6. LeRoi JONES.


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