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10005  Bennett, Mac and Craig Chambers, eds. Maxy's Journal #2. Nashville, TN, Truedog Press, 1979. First edition, 60 pages. Interesting collection of poetry and prose from the US and the British Isles, includes work by Bruce Bennet, MA Blackburn, Richard Grayson, Laurel Speer, and others. Perfect bound in tan wraps with a Matisse nude on the cover. Good condition, some shelf wear. $10.00

10008  De Genova, Albert, ed. After Hours, A Journal of Chicago Writing and Art Issue No. 2. Chicago, After Hours Press, 2001. First edition, 70 pages. Photographs by Greg Kuepfer, poetry and prose by such established Chicago writers as David Hernandez and Effie Mihopoulos, and work by younger writers, including a "poetry slam on the page" section. Very good condition, just one small crease on the lower right of the front cover and some faint use marks on the covers. $4.50

10010  Eshleman, Clayton, ed. Caterpillar 3/4, April-July 1968. Eshleman, Clayton, publisher, 1968. First edition, 272 pages. An early issue of an important magazine from the 1960s. Includes poetry by Ginsberg, Snyder, Enslin; art by Leon Golum, etc. Condition is fair to good for a title that was obviously read and enjoyed—back cover has a few creases, there are some stray comments and a bookstore stamp (circa 1975) on page one. $10.00

10011  Eshleman, Clayton, ed. Caterpillar 8/9, October 1969. Eshleman, Clayton, publisher, 1969. First edition, 251 +advertising pages. Cover art by Jess; includes poetry by Bukoski, Wakowski, Corman, Duncan, etc; art by Nancy Spero; etc. Good condition, though showing some age and obvious signs of use. There is a bookstore stamp (circa 1975) on page one. $15.00

10015  CCLM, CCLM Literary Magazine Directory, 1983. New York: CCLM, 1983. First edition, unpaginated. Interesting slice of literary history, this directory lists Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines members and describes their publications, including listings of the authors they were most proud to have printed. Paperback with no dust jacket. Good condition with a few penciled notes on the last page. $3.00

10020  Andrews, Bruce and Charles Bernstein, eds. L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E, Volume 1, No, 2, April 1978. New York: 1978. First edition, 26 pages. Second issue of the magazine that named a poetry movement. This issue includes a number of reviews and commentary, an article on photograms, and "Museletter" by Jackson Mac Low. Generally very good condition, with no rust to the staples, but there is some discoloration consonant with 30 years of paper aging on a shelf. $50.00

10025  Duer, David, To Bread. Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House Press, 1987. First edition, unpaginated. Beautiful early chapbook from Minneapolis-based Coffee House Press, bound in handsown Canterbury wrappers in a lovely toast brown shade. Includes woodcuts by John T. Gordon. Signed by both author and illustrator, this is copy 135 of 375 so signed. Very good or better condition, the lower edge of the wrappers is hand torn, and in one spot on the back, there is a small bend. $15.00

10030  Fulton, Len, ed. International Directory of Little Magazines and Small Presses, Volumes 11 - 15, 18 - 23, 25 - 35. Dust Books: Paradise CA, 1974 - 1993. First editions, 304 - 1020 pages. These paperback volumes contain the raw materials of the history of the small press; with listings on US and many international magazines and small press publishers. Please inquire about price of individual volumes. Extra postage required for the complete set. Condition varies, generally very good, but these have been used. $350.00

10040  Henderson, Bill, ed. The Pushcart Prize, Volumes 1 - 6. Pushcart Press: Wainscott, NY: 1976 to 1981. First editions, varied page counts. The first six volumes of the "best of the small press." Volume six includes an index to all previous volumes. Poetry, fiction, and nonfiction essays by small press stars and bestselling authors, including John Ashberry, Margaret Atwood, Saul Bellow, Lewis Hyde, Thomas Lux, Sandra McPherson, Cynthia Ozick, Jayne Anne Phillips, Ishmael Reed, Adrienne Rich, Charles Simic, Paul Zimmer, and many, many more. Condition of all very good; dust jackets on all but Volume 1. Some fading of the dustjackets, but very clean tight copies. Sold as a set only, extra postage required. $250.00

10050  Hemingway, Ernest, Collected Poems — Pirated Edition. San Francisco, 1960 (?). Unknown edition, 28 pages. Poems by Hemingway. Back cover has "50 Cents" printed at the top edge. Clipping of a Nelson Algren review of a different Hemingway collection from the Chicago Tribune "Book World" of 11/11/1979 has been tucked into the copy. Wraps; no dust jacket; some discoloration on back cover, but a tight, clean copy. $15.00

10051  Kostakis, Peter, ed. Milk Quarterly #2 August 1972. Chicago: Yellow Press, 1972. First edition, 82 pages. Early issue of one of the most important magazines of the Chicago poetry renaissance of the 1970s. This issue includes work by Allen Kornblum (editorial mastermind of Coffee House Press), Poetry Comics inventor Dave Morice, New York poet Alan Ziegler, Ted Berrigan interviewing Rod Padgett, Alice Notley, and much more. This large, 8.5 x 11 inches, issue was typed and then "printed" at the Body Politic, a noted Chicago art center at the time. It is firmly stapled, but really reflects its bare-bones origin and its age. $35.00

10052  Friedman, Richard, ed. Milk Quarterly #7 Fall 1974. Chicago: Yellow Press, 1974. First edition, 86 pages. This issue includes work by Neil Hackman, Ed Sanders (of the Fugs), Tom Raworth, Joel Oppenheimer, Ted Berrigan, Robert Creeley, and others. Saddle stapled, heavy covers only slighty age tinted; this copy has a small tear at top left of the front and some curling at the top right. $8.50

10053  Friedman, Richard, ed. Milk Quarterly #7 Fall 1974. Chicago: Yellow Press, 1974. First edition, 86 pages. This issue includes work by Neil Hackman, Ed Sanders (of the Fugs), Tom Raworth, Joel Oppenheimer, Ted Berrigan, Robert Creeley and others. Saddle stapled, heavy covers only slighty age tinted; this copy has a slight indentation on the lower right of the cover. $9.00

10054  Pearlstein, Darlene, ed. Milk Quarterly #8 Summer 1975. Chicago: Yellow Press, 1975. First edition, 86 pages. This issue includes work by Bob Holman, Peter Schjeldahl, Alice Notley, Aram Saroyan, Allen Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, and others. Fine condition, with a typical-of-the-time comic cover by Jay Lynch. $18.50

10060  Lange, Art, ed. Brilliant Corners, A Magazine of the Arts, #3 Spring 1976. Chicago: Ad Hoc Press, 1976. First edition, 88 pages. An early issue of an important Chicago literary magazine. This issue includes Paul Carroll's "Watergate: An Ode," poems by Alice Notley, and an interesting essay on the Art Ensemble of Chicago. Saddle stapled in ocher-colored wraps. Near fine condition. $25.00

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