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CHOPIN, Henri.
Henri Chopin: Graphic, objective and other poems.

London: Ideas Gallery/Whitechapel Art Gallery, 1974.

First edition. 4to. [6 pp, incuding covers]. Near fine in wrappers. Exhibition catalogue with three photographs of Chopin, reproductions of three works, checklists, and statments by William Varley and William Burroughs. SIGNED by Chopin in pencil on the front cover.

[CONNER, Bruce]. Rasmussen, Jack. ed.
After Bruce Conner: Anonymous, Anonymouse, and Emily Feather.

Washington DC: American University Museum, 2005.

First edition. 47 pp. Tiny erasure mark to first leaf, else fine in illustrated wrappers. Twenty-one reproductions, several in color, of work by Conner and his alter-egos. Essay by curator Jack Rasmussen along with his interview with Conner. Conner co-designed this catalog with Carla Badaracco.

The Book of During.

Great Barrington: The Figures (1991).

First edition. 238 pp. Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers; a trade paperback original. SIGNED by Coolidge on the title page.

Registers (People in All).

Bolinas: Avenue B (1994).

First edition. 72 pp. Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. One 724 (of 750) copies. SIGNED by Coolidge on the title page.

COOLIDGE, Clark and Keith Waldrop.

NY: Granary Books, 2000.

First edition. Small 4to. [42 pp]. Fine in illustrated wrappers. A long poem by Coolidge with collages by Waldrop. SIGNED by Coolidge on the title page.

CORMAN, Cid. ed.
Origin: Third Series 1-20 (complete).

Koyoto: Origin (1966-1971).

Twenty issues, all near fine in wrappers with a bit of rust around the staples. Each issue features a poet, in order: Cid Corman, Lorine Niedecker, André Du Bouchet, Kusano Shimpei, William Bronk, Douglas Woolf, Seymour Faust, Josef Albers, Francis Ponge, René Daumal, Chuang-Tzu’s “Autumn Flood,” Denis Goacher, Jean Daive, John Taggart, Paul Celan, Daphne Marlatt, Philippe Jaccottet, Jonathan Greene, Frank Samperi, and Hitomaro. For the run:

CORMAN, Cid. ed.
Origin: Fifth Series 1-6 (complete).

Orono: National Poetry Foundation 1983-1985).

First editions. Six issues, all very near fine or better in illustrated wrappers with a hint of toning to spines. Each issue is between 96 and 104 pages, and though a single poet (George Evans, Roger Laporte, M.J. Bender, Lyle Glazier, Pascal Quignard, and Guiseppe Ungaretti) is featured in each, there are also new and older work by the likes of Niedecker, Olson, Corman, Turnbull, Kleinzahler, Enslin, Celan, and Bowering. For the run:

CORY, Jean-Jacques.

College Park & NY: Sun & Moon (1980).

First edition. 4to. [34 pp]. Very good plus in side-stapled wrappers. Cover by Douglas Messeri. One of 300 numbered copies. Two long vertical columns of words that gradually link. Sun & Moon Contemporary Literature Series No. 8.

[COUNTY, Wayne].
A New York Rock Party.

NY: Wayne County Legal Defense Fund [1976].

Single 11 x 8 ½ inch sheet folded once to make a booklet. Two old horizontal folds, else near fine. Wayne County and Cherry Vanilla host this gala with performances/ appearances by Holly Woodlawn, Dee Dee Ramone, Tuff Darts, Mink DeVille, Blondie, The Dolls, Suicide, and many others. County broke Handsome Dick Manitoba’s collar bone with a mike stand, after being taunted. Handsome Dick and the Dictators brought suit.

CUTTS, Simon.
Claude Monet in his Water-Garden.

Nottingham: Tarasque Press (nd).

First edition. [8 pp]. Very near fine in stapled wrappers. Brief texts printed on pages of delicate tissue.

[DE KOONING, Willem and Joseph Cornell].
De Kooning / Cornell.

NY: Allan Stone Gallery (1964).

First edition. [24 pp]. Near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. An uncommon exhibition catalogue. Reproductions of nine works by De Kooning, and thirteen by Cornell, in addition to one each on the cover panels.

[DUCHAMP, Marcel]. Ford, Charles Henri. ed.
View: The Modern Magazine. Marcel Duchamp Number.

NY: View, 1945.

Series V, Number 1. 4to. 54 pp. Touch of oxidation to the staples, else very near fine in illustrated wrappers. The pinnacle of VIEW, with cover design and artwork by Duchamp, a delicate fold-out triptych with die-cut elements (all fine), reproductions of works by Duchamp, and contributions by Charles Henri Ford, André Breton, Robert Desnos, Man Ray, Philip Lamantia, and many others.

[DUCHAMP, Marcel]. d’Harnoncourt, Anne and Kynaston McShine. eds.
Marcel Duchamp.

Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1973.

First edition. 40 pp. Very near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. Covers reproduce a Duchamp proposal for a dust jacket design for Knopf, which was rejected as a “bad joke.” Three internal photographs, an essay by d’Harnoncourt, and a checklist of the exhibition (292 items).

[DZAMA, Marcel]. Albatross Note.
The Dracula ep.

[San Francisco]: Trillium Press (2005).

First edition. Nine inch green vinyl ep. Fine in fine picture sleeve. Cover and label art by Marcel Dzama, who also wrote the songs and performs on this recording. #1 in the Trillium Press Record Series.

FAGIN, Larry. ed.
Adventures in Poetry 6.

NY: Adventures in Poetry, 1970.

First edition. 4to. [122 pp]. Small pale stain to front cover, else very near fine in side-stapled wrappers. Printed by mimeo on rectos only. Cover art by Jim Dine. Michael Brownstein, James Schuyler, Scott Cohen, Peter Schjeldahl, Tom Clark, Hilton Obenzinger, Frank Lima, Trevor Winkfield, Blaise Cendrars as translated by Ron Padgett, and Tom Veitch make up this issue.

FANTE, John.
The Big Hunger: Stories 1932-1959.

Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow, 2000.

First edition, numbered & signed issue. 315 pp w/notes. Fine in printed paper-covered boards with cloth spine and printed label. Fine acetate dust jacket. Edited by Stephen Cooper, with his preface and notes. One of 150 numbered copies SIGNED by Cooper and Joyce Fante, John Fante’s wife. Eighteen stories, including “prologue to ASK THE DUST.”

[FLIP-BOOKS]. Cohl, Emile.
1ere Cigarette.

[Montreal]: La CinŽmatheque canadienne (1967).

First edition. Horizontal 32mo. [140 pp]. Near fine in side-stapled wrappers. Published on the occasion of the World Retrospective of Animation Cinema, held at Expo 67. The book is made up of a series of photographs (taken c. 1918) of Cohl’s young son taking a deep drag, admiring the subsequent cloud, and then looking a bit ill.

Fluxus Mailing List Card.

[NY]: [George Macunias] (nd).

2 5 8 x 4 11 16 inch card, printed in black on recto only. Fine.

[FLUXUS]. Maciunas, George.
Fluxus Symphony Orchestra in Fluxus Concert.

NY: Fluxus [1964].

First edition. 23 x 18 inch poster, printed on both sides of a fragile sheet of newsprint. Two short edgetears, two small tears at internal folds; in all, very good plus. From Fluxus cc fiVe ThReE, Fluxus Newspaper No. 4, June 1964, designed so this sheet could double as a poster. Carnegie Hall, 27 June 1964, Kuniharu Akiyama conducting this amazing gathering of Fluxus performers. Verso has an intricate collage illustration.

[FLUXUS]. Burch, Charlton. ed.
Fluxus 11/12: Fluxus Issue.

Detroit: Lightworks Magazine, Inc. 1979.

Fall. 64 pp. Very near fine in illustrated wrappers. Contributions by Higgins, Peter Frank, Brecht, Hendricks, Knowles, Vostell, Johnson, and others. Well-illustrated.

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