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Patio Table. No. 1 / Winter 1982

Patio Table. No. 1 / Winter 1982

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Patio Table. No. 1 / Winter 1982

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Near Fine
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Seatlle: Citizens for Non-Linear Futures, 1982. Broadside. Near Fine. Single printed sheet measuring 22 x 34 inches; printed on both sides, and folded to 8.5 x 11 inches; with 12 columns featuring art review by Jae Carlsson (on Roy Lichtenstein); Poem by Allen Thompson; Necessitarianism, by Sue Ann Harkey; pastic Body, Plasma Blood, by Sharon Gannon; America After Television, by Clark HumphreyReply To Thatcher, by Perry Phillips; some drawings by Chris Simpson; and a few other political/local screeds. Laid in loose is a signle 8.5 x 11 mimeographed sheet "Patio Table #1 Error Sheet". Light wear, but is not chipped or torn.


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Arundel Books of Seattle US (US)
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Patio Table. No. 1 / Winter 1982
Book condition
Used - Near Fine
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Citizens for Non-Linear Futures
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Date published
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Arundel Books of Seattle

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Seattle, Washington
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About Arundel Books of Seattle

Arundel Books stunning new store is located in Seattle's historic Pioneer Square, and has an eclectic stock that will satisfy both the avid reader and discriminating collector.


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