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By Olson, Toby

Linden Press/Simon and Schuster, 1987. First edition. Fine and very bright in like dustjacket with short publisher's line to bottom edge


Joe the Engineer

By Wachtel, Chuck

Morrow, 1983. First edition. SIGNED: Fine and bright in like dustjacket with crisp bright text throughout. An affectionate inscription from the author on a card taped to the first flyleaf to the poet Joel Oppenheimer. A fine association copy between two friends. A scarce edition


Crystal Vision

By Sorrentino, Gilbert

North Point, 1981. First edition. Near fine and bright in like dustjacket with one chip, crisp text throughout


Making Do

By Goodman, Paul

Signet, October 1964. First printing. Near fine wraps


Death and the Good Life

By Hugo, Richard

St. Martin's Press, 1981. Book Club Edition. Fine and bright in near fine dustjacket with crisp text. Another poet's neat signature to the half title page


Count d'Orgel

By Radiguet, Raymond

Grove Press, 1969. First Evergreen edition. Preface by Jean Cocteau. Translated from the French by Violet Schiff. Just about fine in wraps; small punch hole on cover. Former price stamped to flyleaf and owner's name.


The Church of Dead Girls

By Dobyns, Stephen

Metropolitan Books, 1997. First edition. Close to fine and bright in fine dustjacket with some wrinkle to cover. Otherwise crisp text. An excellent reading copy. Praise from Stephen King


Desolation Angels

By Kerouac, Jack

Riverhead, 1995. Second printing. With an introduction by Joyce Johnson. Fine bright stiff wraps with excellent square spine and crisp text throughout. New and bright all around, gift quality


Silent Passengers

By Woiwode, Larry

Atheneum, 1993. First edition. Fine and very bright in like dustjacket with trifle line to bottom edge. Text crisp and bright throughout. Quite attractive. Excellent work