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Beat Literature

Beat Literature

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61 Waldman, Anne Cabin.
Vermont Z Press 1981. Paper 
Vg+/tiny damp spot to frnt. top edge of wrap. light wrap. soil. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY THE POET. Coll. of poems by a leading poet of the N.Y. School. 1st. edition. Binding is yellow wraps. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Marriage: A Sentence , Waldman, Anne
62 Waldman, Anne Marriage: A Sentence
New York Penguin Books 2000 0140589228 / 9780140589221 1st Edition. 1st Printing. Paper 
SIGNED BY ANNE WALDMAN. Meditations on the delights and pitfallls of marriages, both traditonal and nontraditional by the queen of the New York School of poets. Cover art by Francesco Clemente. Fine.  
Price: 40.00 USD
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The World Poetry Magazine, Waldman, Anne, Editor
63 Waldman, Anne, Editor The World Poetry Magazine
New York The Poetry Project At St. Marks Church In The Bowery. 1970 No. 18. Paper 
Scarce large poetry magazine published by the world famous Poetry Project in New York City. The issue includes work by Ted Berrigan, Jim Brodey, Jim Carroll, Thomas M. Disch, Kenward Elmslie, Allen Ginsberg, John Giorno, and many many other writers, artists & poets of note. Light wear to the covers, and minute chipping along the edges of the cover. otherwise vg+ 
Price: 75.00 USD
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64 Wilson, Robert A. Seeing Shelley Plain. Memories of New York's Legendary Phoenix Boo Shop
Delaware Oak Knoll Press 2001 1584560509 / 9781584560500 First Edition Cloth with Dustjacket 
INSCRIBED AND SIGNED TO A BOOK DEALER ON THE PHOTO FRONTIS PIECE. IN ADDITION MR. WILSON HAS CROSSED OUT HIS PRINTED NAME ON THE TITLE PG. AND SIGNED UNDER IT. ALSO THERE ARE SOME CORRECTIONS THROUGHOUT THE TEXT IN HIS HAND. The story of the legendary bookstore by the owner. Includes memoirs on a wide range of authors who were also customers. Well illustrated. Fine/fine. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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