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catalog #76

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[ARCHITECTURE]. Zevi, Bruno. ed.
Site: Projects and Theories 1969-1978.

Bari: Dedalo Libri (1979).

First edition. 97 pp. Light wear along spine, else near fine in wrappers. Universale di architettura 32. An illustrated survey of the SITE group, known in the US for their innovative and amusing designs for nine Best and Company showrooms (1971-1984).

[ATKINS, Russell]. Levy, Andrew and Bob Harrison. eds.
Crayon 2: Featuring the Work of Russell Atkins.

Brooklyn & Milwaukee: Crayon (1999).

First edition. 207 pp. Near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. Issue guest-edited by Julie Patton. Devotes thirty-nine pages to Atkins’ poetry and prose.

AUSTER, Paul. trans.
A Little Anthology of Surrealist Poems.

Minneapolis: Rain Taxi (2002).

Second edition, lettered & signed issue. 35 pp. Fine in printed wrappers. One of 26 lettered copies SIGNED by Auster. Accompanying this copy is a letterpress-printed bookmark, numbered to match the book’s limitation, presenting Auster’s translation of a one line poem by René Char. Originally published by the Siamese Banana Press in 1972, this collection of work by Éluard, Breton, Artaud, Desnos, and others has a new introduction by Auster, not in the earlier edition.

Selected Writings.

Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1988.

First edition. vii + 230 pp w/index. Very near fine in like dust jacket. Edited and introduced by Mark Poster.

[BAUDRILLARD, Jean]. Gane, Mike.
Baudrillard’s Bestiary: Baudrillard and Culture.

London & NY: Routledge (1991).

First edition. 184 pp w/notes, bibliography & index. Fine in full black cloth with silver stamping to cover and spine. No dust jacket, as issued.


NY: Adventures in Poetry (1974).

First edition. 4to. [70 pp]. Fine in side-stapled wrappers. A collection of Baxter’s captioned drawings. “The brigadier was wearing the forbidden snood.” Cover title appears to be CRANIREONS OF BOTYA.

[BEAT LITERATURE]. Black, Norman. ed.
Wagner Literary Magazine (Formerly Nimbus).

Staten Island: Wagner College (1959).

Spring. 73 pp. Very near fine in printed wrappers. This issue features “Symposium: The Beat Poets” with comments by Marianne Moore, Robert Lowell, Cummings, Mailer, William Carlos Williams, Trilling, Carl Sandberg, and many others. Corso, Orlovsky, and Ginsberg offer a reply. Big Table is reviewed and three neglected poets (Mina Loy, Parker Tyler, and Louis Zukofsky) are considered.

BELLOUR, Raymond.
The Analysis of Film.

Bloomington & Indianapolis (2000).

First US edition. xviii + 303 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. Collects Bellour’s acclaimed studies of classical Hollywood film.

The Cursive Scandinavian Salve.

NY: Great Bear/Something Else Press, 1967.

First edition. 15 pp. Very near fine in stapled wrappers. Collects fifteen “events” and other works.

[BERMAN, Wallace]
Huge: hi-end style magazine No. 084.

Tokyo: Kodansha (2011).

September. 4to. 132 pp. Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. Thirty-two page Berman feature, illustrated with many fine full-color reproductions and b&w photographs. Includes contributions by Ed Ruscha and Richard Prince (in English) and interviews with Tosh Berman and Kristine McKenna (in Japanese).

BIOSCA, Monica. ed.
Time Span: Jenny Holzer, On Kawara, Bruce Nauman, Lawrence Weiner.

Barcelona: Fundacio Caixa de Pensions (1990).

First edition. 35 pp. Fine in printed wrappers. Exhibition catalogue. Color and b&w reproductions and photographs. Essay by Manel Clot, “Time Span. Imitation of Voices” presented in Catalan, Spanish, and English.

Jail Keys Made Here and Other Signs.

NY & London: Meredian Books/Collins (1959).

First US edition. 4to. [96 pp]. Very good plus in illustrated wrappers. Patrick Dennis contributes a preface to this collection of b&w photographs of amusing signs, many of which qualify as “found” poems, “Stereo Tapes / for People / with Two Ears.”

BORGES, Jorge Luis.
A Personal Anthology.

NY: Grove Press (1967).

First US edition. x + 210 pp. Fine in very near fine dust jacket with faintest tanning to spine. Edited and with a foreword by Anthony Kerrigan. Borges’ own selected stories, arranged by their “sympathies and differences.”

Original ink drawing.

6 ¾ x 4 ¾ inch original black ink portrait drawing by Brainard. Two tape-removal marks to verso, else fine. A careful, detailed, realistic portrait of a young man, in full 19th century military regalia. SIGNED in the lower right corner in pencil, “BRAINARD-67.”

I .... Sleeping (Being a Dream Journal and Parenthetical Explication).

Staten Island: Island Cinema Resources/Visual Studies Workshop, 1988.

First edition. 41 pp. Fine in illustrated wrappers; a trade paperback original. Edited, introduced, and with a cover photo by Robert A. Haller. Dated journal entries from 20 February to 26 May 1975 by Brakhage.

A Moving Picture Giving and Taking Book.

West Newbury: Frontier Press, 1971.

First edition. 65 pp. Fine in gilt-stamped black leatherette-covered flexible boards. No dust jacket, as issued. “This book is dedicated to Michael McClure who spoke to me of the need for a short book on film technique which could be read by poets...”

BUKOWSKI, Charles.
The Movie: “Barfly.” An Original Screenplay by Charles Bukowski for a Film by Barbet Schroeder.

Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow, 1987.

First edition, deluxe numbered & signed issue. 125 pp. Fine in printed paper-covered boards with cloth spine and printed label. Fine acetate dust jacket. One of the more successful adaptations, starring Faye Dunaway and Mickey Rourke. One of 140 numbered copies SIGNED by Rourke, Dunaway, Schroeder, and Bukowski. Krumhansl 103d.

Blade Runner (a movie).

Berkeley: Blue Wind Press, 1979.

First edition, numbered & signed issued. [78 pp]. Fine in fine dust jacket. One of 100 numbered copies SIGNED by Burroughs. “Explores the coming apocalyptic medical-care crisis, and the birth of the tenacious and inventive underground holistic medicine.”—from the flap.

CÉLINE, Louis-Ferdinand.
Féerie pour une autre fois.

Paris: NRF/Gallimard (1952).

First edition. 327 pp. Near fine in decorated boards. No dust jacket, as issued. One of 50 numbered copies on vélin labeur issued hors commerce. Published in English as FABLE FOR ANOTHER TIME. A novel, composed by Céline while in exile in Denmark.

Conversations with Doctor X.

Rochester: Hangman Books, 1987.

First edition. 59 pp. Fine in stapled wrappers. Cover art and internal illustrations by Sheila Clark. Transcription of Childish’s interview with Dr. X. “The Publishers would like to point out that the views of both... in no way reflect those of the publishers.”

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