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Safe House: a casebook study of revolutionary feminism in the 1970’s

Safe House: a casebook study of revolutionary feminism in the 1970’s

by BEAL, M.F. & friends

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Eugene, Northwest Matrix, 1976. 154 pp., line illustrations and a few clips reproducing SLA publicity images, inscribed "To the day men abandon violence and every woman's house is safe, M.F. Beal." First edition. 9 x 6" decorated wraps, slightly shelf worn. There is a colophon, which states, among other things, that "The SLA portraits and calligraphy were by Mary Ann Tharaldsen of Berkeley." Printed by a woman owned press, Long House Printcrafters.
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OPEN PLACES 16

OPEN PLACES 16

by BENDER, Eleanor M. (EDITOR)

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Columbia, Missouri: Stephens College, 1973. Very good in stapled wraps. 62pp. Tanning at spine and top right corner. In this issue: Natalie S. Robin, Richard Shaw, Patricia Kelly, Walter Hall, Barry Wallenstein, Albert Drake, Sonya Dorman, Richard Collins Davis, Joanna Cattonar. Reviews by Thomas Dillingham (William Stafford's Someday, Maybe), E.S. Miller, Jack D. LaZebnik, Charles L. Squier
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OPEN PLACES 12 & 13

OPEN PLACES 12 & 13

by BENDER, Eleanor M. (Editor)

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Columbia, Missouri: Stephens College, 1972. Very good in stapled wraps. 64pp. Tanning at spine. This issue marked the last of the magazine's publishing on a quarterly basis. Up to this edition, Open Places only published poetry. The Editor's Note declares that the magazine will expand to include short fiction as well as poetry and will be published twice yearly. In addition, it states that "Open Places is ready to move into other area of new writing and we hope to publish a better magazine by concentrating our energies in [2 issues yearly]." Contributions by S. P. Wonder, Albert Drake, Raphael Rudnik, Keith Waldrop, David Rosenthal, Mary Cheever, Walter Snow, Dave Etter, David Jeddie Smith, etc.
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CENTER 1-13 Complete Run

CENTER 1-13 Complete Run

by BERGE, Carol (Editor)

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This item is currently on reserve; please contact dealer for more details. Woodstock/Hattiesburg, MS/New York/Berkeley: Carol Berge, 1970-1984. First edition. 8 1 2 x 11 inches. Some issues double stapled, some saddle-stitched or perfect binding. Mild soiling to covers; issue 4 has notes and checks on cover, else all issues very Good +. Each issue is a limited edition of 500 copies. Center contained a wide range of fiction and other prose, including considerable avant-garde dance and art criticism. Berges editorial philosophy was influenced by John Cages theories developed in his class on new music at the New School, by Jackson MacLows performance pieces at the Judson Memorial Church, and by Berges own work with the Fluxus Group. The first issue set the tone as Berge invited friends to send her non-form prose from known writers. Center then became a forum for writers whose avant-garde ideas have become part of the tradition of literature.
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CONTRA MEDIA

CONTRA MEDIA

by BERKOWITZ, Terry, curator

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New York, NY: Alternative Museum, 1983. 11 X 8 1/2" 16pp. Staple-bound in original wrappers. Text by Berkowitz, Michael Lebron and Kenneth S. Friedman. Artists are Hans Haacke, Brarbar Kruger, Michael Lebron and Erika Rothenberg. 2-page spread on each. 16 pages, paper with stiff cover. Black and white reproductions. Fine. Hans Haacke, Barbara Kruger, Michael Lebron and Erika Rothenberg all contribute short statements to accompany images of their work. Selected by the curator for their consistent and expert deployment of mass media strategies to critique our media fueled culture, this catalog presents four strong examples of their work.
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ALTERNATING CURRENTS

by BERKOWITZ, Terry and David Donihue, curators

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New York, NY : Alternative Museum, 1985. First edition. 24 pages. 11 x 8 1/2" Black and white photos throughout. Artists include Nancy Burson, Erotic Psyche, Twin Art, Rita Myers, Tom Leeser, Sara Hornbacher, Judith Henry, Dieter Froese among others. New This catalog from a 1985 exhibit of video art presents stills from the work of over thirty artists working in the medium. It was the first large-scale exhibition of video art at the Alternative Museum and consisted of four one hour programs : Video Gems, Technological Marvels, Documents, and Dreamscapes and Nonrealities.
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LIVING WITH CHRIS Drawn by Joe Brainard

by BERRIGAN, Ted

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(No place, but NY): A Boke Press Publication, (1968). 4to, original stapled pictorial wrappers. First edition, mimeographed. Some yellowing to back cover along staples; small crease in front cover above corner. “The Chris is not the Chris of The Sonnets. It is Christina Gallup, the daughter of Dick and Carol Gallup, for whom Ted was babysitting when he wrote this poem.” [Fischer 26].
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Poster for a poetry reading at St. Mark’s Church

Poster for a poetry reading at St. Mark’s Church

by BERRIGAN, Ted & Dick Gallup

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New York: Poetry Project at St. Mark's, nd. First edition poster, 8.5 x 11 inches, printed in black and white on recto only. Illustrated with a picture of sprawling nudes.
Poster for a reading by Berrigan and Gallup at St. Mark's Church on March 28th. Minor tanning to outer edges, with two subtle breaking horizontal folds, presumably from being mailed, else fine.
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OLE 7: The Godzilla Review Issue of Small Press Publications

by BLAZEK, Douglas (Editor). Charles Bukowski, d. a. levy, Tuli Kupferberg, D. r. Wagner, Marcus J. Grapes, Al Purdy, T. L. Kryss

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San Francisco: Open Skull Press, 1967. First edition. Stapled pictoral wrappers, unpaginated. 4to – over 9 3 4 - 12” tall. Special issue containing a comprehensive bibliography of reviews. Cover art by Charles Plymett. [note: issue 7 was published after issue 8]. Contributors include: d.a. levy, Charles Bukowski, Charles Plymell, William Wantling, D.r. Wagner, Steve Richmond, Al Purdy Harold Norse, Jeff Nutall, T.L. Kryss, Terry Stokes, Clive Matson. OLE ran for eight issues, from 1964-1967, and featured many of the Sacramento and Cleveland luminaries of the day. Blazek announced that his new magazine Ole would be “dedicated to the cause of making poetry dangerous.” His statement among other editorials, prefaces and essays, reflected the awareness on the part of little magazine and small press editors of their collective role as saviors of poetry and fiction publishing in nineteen-sixties America. [Harter, “Passion and Danger”].
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BERKELEY POETS' CO-OPERATIVE number 3, fall 1971

BERKELEY POETS' CO-OPERATIVE number 3, fall 1971

by BOSTON, Bruce; Matson, Clive; Helm, Mike, et al

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Berkeley: Berkeley Poets' Cooperative, 1971. 53pp. 7 x 8 1/4" Side-stapled with tan covers. Minor water damage along spine of back cover.
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ANNOUNCEMENT for a 1966 showing of works by JACK BOYCE at the BUZZ GALLERY in San Francisco. [Loose Leaf]

by [BOYCE, Jack]

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[np]: [np], (1966). First edition. 7.0 X 2.75” oak tag card with black type: JACK BOYCE at BUZZ GALLERY 1711 Buchanan/ February 19, Saturday, five to seven, Opening/and/More Viewing on February 20, Sunday one to five. Addressed with stamp. Reverse has black outlined illustration with blue and red coloring. Minor soiling, else near fine. Jack Boyce, painter and husband to Joanne Kyger, was the last artist to show his work at Buzz Gallery. Following his February 1966 viewing, the Gallery was closed. Graham Mackintosh printed all of the announcements at no cost to the gallery, according to Bill Brodecky Moore, one of the owners. Moore reflects on this period in his July 2003 writings: Something that people today don't realize or remember is that in the sixties the San Francisco painting scene was completely dominated, indeed monopolized, by the San Francisco Art Institute painters... Most of our group weren't impressed with the Institute, which was expensive to attend and… Read More
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THE BABY BOOK

THE BABY BOOK

by BRAINARD, Joe and Kenward Elmslie

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[New York]: [Boke Press], [1965]. First Edition. 4to. Tape-bound side-stapled mimeo wraps. Some soiling and toning to wraps, else near fine. First of many published Brainard/Elmslie collaborations. One of 500 copies. This copy unnumbered and apparently out-of-series.
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MORE I REMEMBER MORE

by BRAINARD, Joe

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New York: Angel Hair Books, (1973). First edition. [30 pp]. One of 700 copies. Some soiling to covers, else near fine in stapled wrappers. The third installment in Brainard’s I Remember series. Cover photograph of Brainard by Bill Katz. Influenced by Stein’s repetition and by Warhol’s repeated-image paintings from the early 1960s, Brainard used this technique to leap backward and forward in time and to follow one chain of associations for awhile, then jump to another, the way one’s mind does. Coupled with his impulse toward openness, the “I Remember” form provided a way for him to lay his soul bare in a collaged ‘autobiography’ that is personable, moving, perceptive, and funny. In May 1969, Brainard told Anne Waldman: “I am way up these days over a piece I am still writing called ‘I Remember.’ I feel I am very much like God writing the bible. I mean, I feel like I am not really writing it but that it is because of me that it is being written. I… Read More
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FIRING LINE TRANSCRIPT: Democratic Culture with Guest Leslie Fiedler (November 15, 1974)

by BUCKLEY, William F. Jr

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Columbia, South Carolina: Southern Educational Communications Association, 1974. Very good with minor wear, fraying to back cover along spine. Non-profit Org stamp is blacked out and replaced with second Non-Profit stamp postage (assume to be an error in initial mailing). Mailing label to Notre Dame Catholic H.S. on back cover. FIRING LINE was produced and directed by Warren Steibel, Other guests on this telecast were Gerald Duchovnay, John Taylor, Steven Brodeur. Buckley was an American conservative, author and commentator. He founded the political magazine National Review in 1955, hosted 1,429 episodes of the television show Firing Line from 1966 until 1999, and was a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist. George H. Nash, a historian of the modern American conservative movement, believed that Buckley was "arguably the most important public intellectual in the United States in the past half century... For an entire generation, he was the preeminent voice of American conservatism and its… Read More
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ESCAPE TO PRISON: The True Story of Killer Martin

ESCAPE TO PRISON: The True Story of "Killer" Martin

by BURNS, Robert E

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First Edition. First Printing. Octavo (19.5cm); light gray cloth, with title stamped red on spine and front panel; red topstain; dustjacket; 306pp. Some offsetting to pastedowns from binders glue, trivial soil to rear joint, with decorative skull & bones bookplate of Col. John E. Barrington Kennett on front endpaper; a tight, clean copy. Very Good +. Dustjacket is unclipped, showing a three stray ink marks on front flap, with some short tears, creasing, and moderate chipping along the edges, with minimal effect to the design and none to the lettering; Very Good. Burns' second book; he knew "Killer" Martin from two stints in Georgia prison camps, and wrote Martin's story while he himself was an escaped "convict" still at large. Jack "Killer" Martin was an Irishman who refused to get involved in a Chicago bootlegging racket. He was caught on the charge offsticking up a man who had cheated him and sent to a chain gang, where he kills a guard and escapes. He was caught and sent to prison, only to be sent… Read More
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THE AMERICAN THEATRE FOR POETS, INC. presents February 14, 1965 William Burroughs...

THE AMERICAN THEATRE FOR POETS, INC. presents February 14, 1965 William Burroughs VALENTINE’S DAY READING

by BURROUGHS, William S

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New York City: The American Theatre for Poets, Inc., 1965. First edition. [Maynard & Miles F12; listed as "Theatre Program"]. 4to. 7pp. Stapled sheets, printed on rectos only with silver speckled card- stock title leaf. Theatre program distributed at Burroughs’ famous reading organized by The American Theatre for Poets and held February 14, 1965. Contains the first appearance in print of "Transcript of Dutch Schultz's Last Words," and reprints "The Cold Spring News" from The Spero. Light crease at top front cover corner (at spine), light tanning to extremities of rear cover, else a near fine copy of an elusive, fragile publication, with the text entirely by Burroughs. The reading featured a tape-recorded version of the last words of Dutch Schultz, who was murdered at the Palace Chophouse in Newark by Mendy Weiss and Charlie “The Bug” Workman in 1935. Schultz slipped in and out of consciousness for 22 hours after the shooting as police stenographers… Read More
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TALK TALK Volume 3, Number 6

TALK TALK Volume 3, Number 6

by [BURROUGHS, William]. BURROUGHS, William et al

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(Lawrence: Talk Talk Publications, 1981). Original wrappers. 7" x 8 1/2" including "On the Nova Lark" and "Abandoned Artifacts," the 33 1/3 rpm flexi-disk (Lawrence: Ramona Recording Studios, 1981) laid in a near fine, original envelope. An extensive Burroughs interview with editor Bill Rich. Topics include concentrating on his new book, his personal life and activities and other little known strange facts. [Rich 18]. The front cover is a collage of Burroughs’ photographs given to Conrad Knickerbocker for his interview with Burroughs for the Paris Review. Three of the pages were not used and are now in the possession of Tom Knickerbocker, the interviewer's son, who lent them to TALK TALK. The photos represent many of the themes from the period when The Nova Express was printed. The block of photographs are from Tangiers, Europe, and South America. Other contents: Live Peter Tosh, Interviews with Reggae Reviews, Psychedic Furs, Billy Idol, Iggy Pop and an article… Read More
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