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WALT WHITMAN : AN EXHIBITION

WALT WHITMAN : AN EXHIBITION

by Harris, Robert O. (compiler)

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Dallas: Fikes Hall of Special Collections and DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University, 1987. First Edition. Softcover. Fine. 28 pp., including illustrations. Pictorial wrappers, stapled. Fine. Catalog of an exhibition of the Robert O. Harris Whitman collection at Fikes Hall of Special Collections, Southern Methodist University, 1987.
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WEST INDIES POEMS
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WEST INDIES POEMS

by Waldman, Anne & Joe Brainard (ill.)

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New York: Adventures in Poetry, 1972. First Edition. Softcover. Near fine. 11 inches tall. [16] leaves, printed recto only, including 3 full-page illustrations. Pictorial covers, side-stapled. Signed by Waldman and Brainard on the colophon. Small dents near staples, else fine. Lettered "X" of 26 copies signed by Anne Waldman and Joe Brainard (of a larger first edition of 300), published by Adventures in Poetry at The Poetry Project at St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery. Twelve poems composed at St. Martin's and Dominica in August, 1971, by Anne Waldman, in whose career "the diverse energies that make up the New York School can all be traced" (Diggory, p. 491). Despite being one of the younger members of the "second generation" of the New York School, Waldman played a central role in its formation during the mid-1960s and continuation in the 1970s, particularly through her leadership of the Poetry Project at St. Mark's Church and the journals ANGEL… Read more
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WHAT THE PENCIL WRITES / ORPHEE [Poetry Broadside]
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WHAT THE PENCIL WRITES / ORPHEE [Poetry Broadside]

by Laughlin, James; Vanessa Jackson (artist)

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[New York: Grenfell Press], 1986. First Thus. Broadside. Fine. Jackson, Vanessa. Broadside, printed recto and verso, Approximately 10 x 16 inches. One poem facing one color woodcut print on each side, with "What the Pencil Writes" signed in pencil by Laughlin and facing print signed in pencil by Jackson. In English and French. Fine. Two-sided leaf printed by the Grenfell Press during its production of THE HOUSE OF LIGHT, a 1986 collaboration between poet and publisher James Laughlin (1914-1997) and British painter and printmaker Vanessa Jackson (b. 1953). Like the book, the leaf is printed on Rives paper, the text in hand-set Monotype Poliphilus, and the prints from the original blocks.
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WHEN THE DRUMS STOPPED

WHEN THE DRUMS STOPPED

by Oppenheimer, Joel

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Pleasant Valley New York: Kriya Press, 1967. First Edition. Broadside. Near fine. Broadside, 16 x 12 inches. Numbered 34 of 100 copies. Light wear at edges. Near fine. One of the first six broadsides printed at the Kriya Press, in the year it was founded at the Sri Ram Ashrama in Pleasant Valley.
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