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Modern Poetry from Spain and Latin America

By Braymer, Nan and Lowenfels, Lillian, translators

Corinth Books, 1964. Some of the poets translated include Vallejo, Guillen, DeOtero, Alberti and others. Close to fine stiff wraps with excellent spine and clean text throughout. Original price neatly crossed out on back cover. Strong cover praise from Walter Lowenfels


Working the Woods, Working the Sea

By Gorsline, Jeremiah and Wilcox, Finn, ed.

Empty Bowl, 1986. First edition. An excellent collection from working hands detailing life at work in the woods and at sea--chiefly Pacific Northwest based. Poems, prose, photographs, interviews and art work. Fine and bright stiff wraps, crisp text throughout. Includes an audio recording tipped in, as issued. This is the original record. With photographs. New and bright all around, gift quality.



By Arnold, Bob, editor

Longhouse, 1996. First edition. Folded booklet. New. Includes the work of Arthur Powers, Theodore Enslin and James Koller



By Arnold, Bob, editor

Longhouse, 1997. First edition. Folded booklet. New. Includes the work of Arthur Powers, John Perlman, James L. Weil, David Gross, Emma Rose-Lee, Gary Hotham, Doc Dachtler, Peter Dent


The Blue Wind

By Dent, Peter, editor

Interim Press, 1984. First edition. The authors are D. Kamal, Adrian A. Husain, Mansoor Y. Sheikh, Salman Tarik Kureshi, Alamgir Hashmi. Fine stapled wraps with crisp text throughout


First Lines

By Stallworthy, Jon, editor

Carcanet, 1987. First edition. Poems written in youth from Herbert to Heaney. Fine and very bright in like dustjacket with crisp text throughout



By Bagnall, Carlene, ed.

Montpelier, 1987. First edition. ("North Central Vermont" to be exact). Drawings by Loris Eby; foreword by Hayden Carruth. Includes Hayden Carruth, David Budbill, Geoff Hewitt, Joan Aleshire, David Ray. Near fine wraps with strong spine and crisp text throughout


Anthology of Canadian Poery

By Gustafson, Ralph, editor

Pelican, 1942. Second edition. Very good wraps with strong spine -- no creasing anywhere on this copy. Bright text. Scarce


Four Young Women: Poems

By Rexroth, Kenneth, ed.

McGraw Hill, 1973. First edition. Anthology includes Jessica Takahata Hagerdorn; Alice Karle; Barbara Szerlip, Carol Tinker. Near fine in like price-clipped dustjacket with bright text throughout


Vital Signs

By Wallace, Ronald, editor

University of Wisconsin, 1989. First edition. Mint condition in tall stiff wraps.



By Rosenblum, Martin J., editor

Giligia Press, 1972. First edition. Photographs by G. Reed. Close to fine and bright stiff wraps with excellent spine. With photographs of all the poets which range from Antler, Montag, Rosenblum, Weigner, and Karl Young and others


13 Los Angeles Poets

By Grapes, Jack, ed.

Bombshelter, 1997. First edition. Includes Kathleen Zeisler Goldman, Terry Stevenson, Gilla Nissan and others. Fine wraps:


On A Bed of Rice

By Kudaka, Geraldine, editor

Anchor Books, 1995. Later edition. Including work by Ai, Frank Chin, Garrett Hongo, Evelyn Lau. Fine and bright stiff wraps with excellent spine and crisp text throughout


Lament for the Makers

By Merwin, W. S., editor

Counterpoint, 1996. First edition. Contributors include W. H. Auden, John Berryman, Elizabeth Bishop through James Merrill, Sylvia Plath, William Stafford, William Carlos Williams, James Wright and others. Merwin honors the lives and works of 23 poets of his time. Each poet was individually important to Merwin and all died during his own lifetime. With photographs.Very fine and bright in like dustjacket with crisp text throughout, highly attractive copy


31 New American Poets

By Schreiber, Ron, editor

Hill and Wang, 1969. Later edition. Foreword by Denise Levertov. Near fine bright wraps with strong spine and clean text; no creasing anywhere on this copy. A personal favorite gathering together many "schools" of poetry. Poets include Dusenbery, Haines, Harrison, Sister Mary Norbet Korte, Lax, Piercy, Sloman, Willard, Keith Wilson, Jay Wright and others. Very nice copy


A Return to Poetry

By A Return to Poetry

Duffy & Snellgrove, 1998. First edition. The ten Australians are John Bell, Gay Bilson, Helen Garner, Robert Gray, Kate Jennings, Christopher Koch, Mary Kostakidis, Les Murray, John Olsen and Peter Ryan. These ten Australian poetry lovers were asked to name ten of their favorite shorter poems - the only condition was half should be Australian. The poets and poems chosen range from Shakespeare to Lorine Niedecker. New bright wraps all around. Wraps edition; no cloth copy