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Walt Whitman

Walt Whitman

by Henry Seidel Canby

Life Of Ezra Pound

Life Of Ezra Pound

by Noel Stock

Gunsmoke

Gunsmoke

by Robert Turner

Nurses Who Led the Way

Nurses Who Led the Way

by Adele and Cateau De Leeuw

Individual Poets Books & Ephemera

Monkees

Monkees

by Johnston, William

Fugue and Fresco

Fugue and Fresco

by Davis, Kay

Confucian Analects

Confucian Analects

by Pound, Ezra

Dramatic Monologues

Dramatic Monologues

by Browning, Robert

Poetry: The Unsayable Said.

Poetry: The Unsayable Said.

by HALL, Donald

Port Townsend: Copper Canyon Press, 1993. Signed by the author. First edition / First printing. Illustrated wrappers. Very fine. A paperbound original produced as a gift for readers in celebration of twenty years of publishing poetry at Copper Canyon Press.
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$30.00
Others.

Others.

by SHIELDS, Carol

Ottawa: Borealis Press, 1972. First edition / First printing. A paperback original. Orange and purple perfect-bound wrappers. Near fine with very slight fading the the orange paper spine. Sharp copy. The author's first book. Winner of the 1994 Pulitzer Prize for Stone Diaries. Born in the U. S. She lived in Canada most of her adult life. This title was not published in the U.S.
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$200.00
Leave It To The Sunlight.

Leave It To The Sunlight.

by WRIGHT, James

Durango, CO: Logbridge-Rhodes, Inc. 1981. First edition / First printing. One of 500 copies. Orange printed wrappers. Very fine without dust jacket, as issued. Uncommon.
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$50.00
3 Books: Body Rags. Mortal Acts, Mortal Wounds. The Past.

3 Books: Body Rags. Mortal Acts, Mortal Wounds. The Past.

by KINNELL, Galway

Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1993. Signed on the title page, and Inscribed by the author. First combined edition / First printing. Paperbound issue, also published in hardcover. Illustrated wrappers. Fine.
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$20.00
Immigrants in Our Own Land and Selected Early Poems.

Immigrants in Our Own Land and Selected Early Poems.

by BACA, Jimmy Santiago

New York: New Directions, 1990. Signed by the author on the half-title page. First edition / First printing. Illustrated wrappers. Very fine. A paperbound original.
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$25.00
Poetry Northwest. (Autumn 1967) Vol. VIII, No. 3.

Poetry Northwest. (Autumn 1967) Vol. VIII, No. 3.

by Wagoner, David, Editor. Cover design by Jacquelyn Spielmann. Contributors include Philip Levine, X. J. Kennedy, Joyce Carol Oates, Greg Kuzma, et al

Seattle: Patrician Press, 1965. First edition / First printing. Black, blue and white illustrated wrappers. Near fine, with spots in the white area above the illustration on the cover. A bright fresh copy.
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$25.00
His Idea.

His Idea.

by CREELEY, Robert. With photographs by Elsa Dorfman

Toronto: Coach House Press, 1973. Signed by Robert Creeley. First edition / First printing, second issue. Gold printed wrappers. About fine.
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$60.00
Red Roads.

Red Roads.

by SMITH, Charlie

New York: E. P. Dutton, 1987. Signed by the author. First edition / First printing. Issued simultaneously in hardcover and paper, this is the paperbound edition. Illustrated wrappers. Fine.
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$90.00
Poetry Northwest. (Winter 1965-1966) Vol. VI, No. 4.

Poetry Northwest. (Winter 1965-1966) Vol. VI, No. 4.

by KIZER, Carolyn, Editor. Cover design by Virginia Kobler. Signed by Gary Snyder. Contributors include Gary Snyder, George Hitchcock, et al

Seattle: Patrician Press, 1965. Signed at his contribution on page 19 by Gary Snyder. First edition / First printing. Black, red and white illustrated wrappers. About fine. A bright fresh copy.
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$115.00
Rainbow Warehouse.

Rainbow Warehouse.

by KINSELLA, W. P. And Ann Knight

Lawrencetown Beach, Nova Scotia: Pottersfield Press, 1989. Signed by W. P. Kinsella on the title page. First edition / First printing. A paperbound original. Illustrated wrappers. Very fine.
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$22.00
Antechamber & Other Poems.

Antechamber & Other Poems.

by McCLURE, Michael

New York: New Directions, 1978. First edition / First printing. A paperbound original. Illustrated wrappers. Fine.
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$20.00
The Seattle Review.

The Seattle Review.

by McELROY, Colleen J., Editor. (With contribution signed by Carolyn Kizer)

Seattle: The Seattle Review, 2000. Signed by Carolyn Kizer. First edition / First printing. Volume XXII, Number 2. 2000. Illustrated wrappers. Very fine. Contains a special retrospective section devoted to Carolyn Kizer.
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$35.00
Northwest Review: Winter 1962. Volume V Number 1.

Northwest Review: Winter 1962. Volume V Number 1.

by Lowry, Malcolm, contributor

Eugene, OR: The Northwest Review of Books, 1962. First edition / First printing. Printed tan wrappers. Fine. A sharp copy.
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$25.00
Stony Brook 1/2 Post Fall 1968.

Stony Brook 1/2 Post Fall 1968.

by QUASHA, George, Editor. Contributions by Robert Duncan, Allen Ginsberg, Jim Harrison, Denise Levertov, Charles Olson, Ezra Pound, Muriel Rukeyser, Charles Simic, Louis Simpson, Gary Snyder, James Tate, William Carlos Williams and others

Stony Brook, NY, Stony Brook Poetics, 1968. First edition / First printing. White wrappers, printed in black and red. Very fine.
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$35.00
The Nesting Ground

The Nesting Ground

by WAGONER, David

Bloomington:: University of Indiana Press, 1963. Signed on the title page by David Wagoner. First edition / First printing. Beige cloth. Near fine in very good dust jacket. Previous owner name at the top of the front free end-paper. Fading to the spine wear and tiny edge tears to the jacket.
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$24.00
The Purpose Of A Chair.

The Purpose Of A Chair.

by HALL, Donald

Waldron Island, WA: Brooding Heron Press, 2000. Signed by on the title page Donald Hall, although not called for. First edition / First printing. One of two hundred copies printed on Domestic Etching paper, and handbound into full cloth over boards. Cloth and paper over boards. Very fine without dust jacket, as issued. A beautiful letterpress book. Archival quality clear mylar jacket is supplied.
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$200.00
Ballad of a Sweet Dream of Peace: A Charade For Easter.

Ballad of a Sweet Dream of Peace: A Charade For Easter.

by WARREN, Robert Penn with illustrations by Bill Komodore and score by Alexei Haieff

Dallas: Pressworks, 1980. Signed by Robert Penn Warren and Bill Komodore. Limited edition / First printing of 350 copies. This is copy number 16 and has been signed by Robert Penn Warren and Bill Komodore. A separate edition of the score has been laid in. Black cloth spine with pink, blue and yellow marbeled boards. Very fine, issued without dust jacket. Mylar jacket supplied. All three tipped-in color plates are present. Each is protected by a clear plastic sheet, as issued. The plates are missing from... Read more
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$250.00
From A White Woman's Journal. Watermark Women Writers Award.

From A White Woman's Journal. Watermark Women Writers Award.

by WRIGHT, Carolyne

Huntington, [LI] NY: Watermark Press, 1985. Signed in full at the top of the title page, also inscribed by the author: for Dolores, (prof. extraordinaire!) May our journals always add pages! Carolyne May 2000 at Seattle U. First edition / First printing. Sewn white printed wrappers in red handmade paper dust jacket. Very fine in very fine dust jacket. A paperbound original.
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$18.00
The Autobiography of Red.

The Autobiography of Red.

by CARSON, Anne

New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1998. Signed on the title page by Anne Carson, and Inscribed: for Libby respectfully, ac. First edition / First printing. Dark ochre paper-covered spine, beige paper-covered boards. Fine in fine dust jacket. The author's remarkable breakthrough book. Carson's stunning adaptation of Greek Classical Mythology into a thoroughly Modern idiom. Inscribed to Arts Patron Libby Atkins.
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$350.00
The World Below The Window: Poems 1937-1997.

The World Below The Window: Poems 1937-1997.

by SMITH, William Jay

Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997. First edition / First printing. Uncorrected proof. Printed blue wrappers. Very fine.
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$18.00
Silverfish Review. Number 2, 1979.

Silverfish Review. Number 2, 1979.

by MOODY, Roger and Randall Roorda, Editors. Signed by David Long at his contribution

Eugene, OR: Silverfish Review, 1979. Signed by David Long at his poem "Outfield Grass. First edition / First printing. Orange printed wrappers. Fine.
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$18.00
Indiana Review Volume 9 Number 2.

Indiana Review Volume 9 Number 2.

by WAMPLER, Pamela, Editor. Signed by Poet Carolyne Wright

Bloomington, IN: Indiana Review, Spring 1986 Signed by Poet Carolyne Wright: "Donated by Carolyne Wright / Literary Center First edition / First printing. Illustrated wrappers. Fine. Includes a story by Charles Baxter. Purchased when the Literary Center went out of operation.
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$18.00
20 Poems.

20 Poems.

by TRANSTROMER, Tomas. Translated by Robert Bly

Madison, MN: Seventies Press, 1970. First Paperbound edition / First printing. One of 1,000 copies. Also issued in hardcover. Ochre illustrated wrappers. Very good with small stain at the top of the spine. Poems in Swedish and English. Tomas Transtromer is the 2011 Winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature.
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$85.00
Wall Writing.

Wall Writing.

by AUSTER, Paul

Berkeley: The Figures, 1976. Signed by Paul Auster on the title page. First edition / First printing. One of 500 copies. Printed wrappers. Near fine. Mylar jacket supplied. Poetry, Auster's second original work.
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$350.00
. . . in the act of naming (lovers, messiahs and other Christian things).

. . . in the act of naming (lovers, messiahs and other Christian things).

by BONAIR-AGARD, Roger

n.p.: Roger Bonair-Agard, [2000]. Signed by the author. First edition / First printing. Brown printed wrappers. Very fine. A paperbound original. Early work from this Nominee for the 2013 National Book Award in Poetry. Copy on the back cover indicates that his first book has yet to be published, and that this self-published chapbook previews what is intended to be his second book. Native of Trinidad and Tobago. Coach of the 1998 National Poetry Slam Winners, Nuyorican Cafe Poetry Slam Team. Individual... Read more
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$28.00