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Christopher Street: vol. 11, #1, whole issue #121, March 1988; Andrew Holleran on the Decade
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Christopher Street: vol. 11, #1, whole issue #121, March 1988; Andrew Holleran on the Decade

By Ortleb, Charels L. editor & publisher, Boyd McDonald, Gene-Gabriel Moore, Frank A. Conway, Quentin Crisp, Andrew Holleran, et al.

New York: That New Magazine, 1988. Magazine. 64p., 8.5x11 inches, articles, reviews, news, ads, cartoons, photos, very good glossy magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Portraits of Gay Writers and North Carolina's War Against Gays.

$15.00

Spark: a Marxist monthly. Vol. II, no. 4 (April 1948)
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Spark: a Marxist monthly. Vol. II, no. 4 (April 1948)

By Julia, Louis, I. Jacob [and] Martha Samuel, editorial board

Tremont Station, NY: P.R. Club, Communist Party (Expelled), 1948. 20p., mimeographed 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled at upper left, minor wear, evenly toned, horizontally creased else good condition. Journal published by the expelled members of the Bronx CP youth group, the Paul Robeson Club. This issue consists entirely of an open letter sent by expelled members of the Chapel Hill, North Carolina CP.

$25.00

Hmong folklife
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Hmong folklife

By Willcox, Don

Penland: Hmong Natural Association of North Carolina, 1986. [viii], 116p., paperback, internal rubberstamp of an anthropology museum, otherwise very good. Color-photo section on inserted stock (clothing, cooking), plenty of scattered b&w snapshot portraits and sketch diagrams.

$12.00

Birds of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County North Carolina
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Birds of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County North Carolina

By Clarkson, Elizabeth Barnhill

Wing Haven [Charlotte] NC: Self-published by the author, 1944. Pamphlet. 25p., softbound, a 9x6 inch pamphlet stapled into blue wraps titled white. Worn copy of the first edition (several times reprinted) with handling soil and vertical creasings to cover, titling hard to read, staples rusting but scarcely any rust-migration. Within, paperstock is toned but unmarked and sound. A good-only copy that bears the author's grateful inscription to Charles Sellers for his help with "records and dates", Sellers doubtless the philosopher professor of Chapel Hill and, later, UC Berkeley. "A list of the birds [this area] has never been compiled.. The list covers my own records for 1932 through 1943, including over 100 species recorded from my own garden

$20.00

Mountain Myth; Unionism in Western North Carolina
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Mountain Myth; Unionism in Western North Carolina

By Garren, Terrell T.

Spartanburg SC: The Reprint Company, Publishers, 2006. Hardcover. x, 172p., b&w photo illustrations (of public memorials, tablets, cenotaphs), lists of names &c, nice clean copy in blue cloth boards gilt. Autographed by Garren on the titlepage. Sound, clean, unmarked. Civil War Unionism.

$15.00

Mountain life & work: The Magazine of the Appalachian South.  Special issue: Southern textile workers. Vol. 53, no. 3, April 1977
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Mountain life & work: The Magazine of the Appalachian South. Special issue: Southern textile workers. Vol. 53, no. 3, April 1977

Clintwood, VA: Council of Southern Mountains, 1977. Magazine. 47p., wraps, paper slightly browned (printed on newsprint), wraps edgeworn, pen notation on front wrap else very good condition, 7.75x10.5 inches. Entire issue devoted to textiles & union organizing along with section on dust standards & brown lung.

$15.00

Bragg Briefs vol. 5, no. 3 and 4 (Sept. and Nov. 1972)
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Bragg Briefs vol. 5, no. 3 and 4 (Sept. and Nov. 1972)

Spring Lake, NC: GIs United Against the War in Vietnam, 1972. Two issues of the tabloid format newspaper, paper toned and edgeworn, the latter issue with a long closed tear to the rear page, 8 pages each. Published by antiwar active duty GIs at Fort Bragg, NC.

$35.00

The history of the North Carolina Communist Party
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The history of the North Carolina Communist Party

By Taylor, Gregory S.

Columbia, SC: The University of South Carolina Press, 2009. Hardcover. 258p., remainder mark on fore edge else very good condition in like dj.

$15.00

Where Trouble Sleeps: a novel [signed]
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Where Trouble Sleeps: a novel [signed]

By Edgerton, Clyde

Chapel Hill: Algonquin, 1997. Hardcover. 260p., signed by author on the title page, fine first edition in quarter-cloth boards and unclipped dj. Seventh novel by the North Carolina author.

$15.00

Reflections of Fate
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Reflections of Fate

By Cronin, Pat

Belton, TX: Regal Crest Books, 2015. Paperback. 174p. + backlist, very good first edition trade paperback original in pictorial wraps. Silver Dragon Books series. Self-published lesbian novel set in Cherokee, North Carrolina.

$11.00

North Carolina Anvil: a weekly newspaper of politics and the arts [four issues]
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North Carolina Anvil: a weekly newspaper of politics and the arts [four issues]

Durham, NC: North Carolina Independent Publishing, 1972. Newspaper. Four issues of Durham's underground paper, 12p. each, horizontal fold, printed on decent paper rather than newsprint. Issues present are April 1, 1972, June 30, July 7, and November 3 1973. Two issues have rubberstamps of the Eastbay Liberation Information Center in Oakland. Aside from coverage of political movements like the anti-Apartheid and anti-war struggles, the papers are full of local news and ads. June 30 issue has cover story on Ben Chavis and the dismissal of the case against him.

$45.00

My Drowning [ARC - uncorrected proofs] a novel
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My Drowning [ARC - uncorrected proofs] a novel

By Grimsley, Jim

Chapel Hill: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1997. Paperback. 258p., very good paperback uncorrected proofs copy in printed green and white wraps, clear mylar jacket. Southern tale set in North Carolina.

$11.00

What the Dead Remember [uncorrected proofs]
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What the Dead Remember [uncorrected proofs]

By Greene, Harlan

New York: A Dutton Book, 1991. Paperback. 180p., very good uncorrected proofs copy, paperback in gray printed wrapsd and clear mylar jacket, contact name and number inked on cover. Lambda literary awards winner.

$15.00

Justice Speaks. (January 2002)
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Justice Speaks. (January 2002)

By Black Workers for Justice

Raleigh, NC: BWFJ, 2002. Single issue of the tabloid format newspaper, 12 pages, evenly toned, otherwise very good; laid in is a worn leaflet supplement opposing the bombing of Afghanistan. Includes a cover story about the danger to postal workers from the anthrax mailings of late 2001 and the official response to them.

$15.00

Logical Family a memoir
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Logical Family a memoir

By Maupin, Armistead

New York: HarperCollins, 2017. Hardcover. 292p., signed by the author, very good first edition in boards and unclipped white dj.

$35.00

The Risk of His Music stories
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The Risk of His Music stories

By Weltner, Peter

Saint Paul: Graywolf Press, 1997. Paperback. 249p., fine first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps and clear mylar jacket. North Carolina author living in San Francisco and teaching at SF State.

$11.00

My Drowning a novel
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My Drowning a novel

By Grimsley, Jim

Chapel Hill: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1997. Hardcover. 258p., very good first edition in quarter-cloth boards and unclipped dj. Southern tale set in North Carolina.

$11.00

Hoarfrost: Whyborne & Griffin #6
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Hoarfrost: Whyborne & Griffin #6

By Hawks, Jordan L.

No place: Self-published by the author, 2015. Paperback. 232p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. M/M Romance/fantasy by cisgender woman from North Carolina.

$11.00

A Long and Happy Life
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A Long and Happy Life

By Price, Reynolds

London: Chatto and Windus, 1962. Hardcover. 211p., small neat ownership signature otherwise a very good first UK edition in boards and unclipped, lightly-worn green and white dj. The gay North Carolina author's debut novel.

$45.00

Always an Island Boy
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Always an Island Boy

By Davis, Elbert Lee, Sr

no city, NC: Self-published by the author, 2004. Spiral_bound. Unpaginated, about fifty pages, illustrated with poorly-reproduced snapshot photography, a copy-shop production with photo-decorated cover sheets and a black comb spine. Item has a little edgewear, a small dog-ear within, a clean sound copy with no ownership or any other markings except for the author's signed inscription inside the front cover (as "Elbert and Edna Stone") --which may be actually handwritten by Elbert's wife, Edna Stone who evidently went by her maiden name.

$25.00

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