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NATIVE AMERICAN POETRY]. (BRUCHAC, Joseph). (ALLEN, Paula Gunn). (ARNETT, Carroll). (BARNES, Jim). (BLUE CLOUD, Peter). (HARJO, Joy). (HENSON, Lance). (KENNY, Maurice). (MOMADAY, N. Scott). (SILKO, Leslie Marmon). (WELCH, James). (YOUNG BEAR, Ray A.).

Published by The Greenfield Review Press,, (Greenfield Center, NY): (1983)

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About this Item: The Greenfield Review Press,, (Greenfield Center, NY):, 1983. First edition.. [NATIVE AMERICAN POETRY]. (BRUCHAC, Joseph). SONGS FROM THIS EARTH ON TURTLE'S BACK: Contemporary American Indian Poetry. Edited by Joseph Bruchac. Octavo, yellow pictorial wrappers, pp. xvi, 294, illustrated. In addition to editing this anthology, Joseph Bruchac contributes a two-page introduction. The anthology prints poems by Joy Harjo, Leslie Marmon Silko, N. Scott Momaday, Paula Allen Gunn, Carroll Arnett, Jim Barnes, Peter Blue Cloud, Diane Glancy, Janet Campbell Hale, Lance Henson, Maurice Kenny, Duane Niatum, James Welch, Ray A. Young Bear et al. Joseph Bruchac is an Abenaki storyteller, poet and novelist. A fine copy. Seller Inventory # 61082

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Kathryn Kenny

Published by Golden Press (1985)

ISBN 10: 0307215601 ISBN 13: 9780307215604

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About this Item: Golden Press, 1985. Condition: Good. Jim Spence (illustrator). A+ Customer service! Satisfaction Guaranteed! Book is in Used-Good condition. Pages and cover are clean and intact. Used items may not include supplementary materials such as CDs or access codes. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting. Seller Inventory # 0307215601-2-4

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Hayesk Jim

Published by Clock & Rose Press, Harwich Port, MA (2007)

ISBN 10: 1593860420 ISBN 13: 9781593860424

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From: Dorley House Books, Inc. (Clear Spring, MD, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Clock & Rose Press, Harwich Port, MA, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Janet Kenny (illustrator). 1st. st printing; CD included; 148 clean, unmarked pages Size: 8 vo. Seller Inventory # 074841

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Patterson, Clayton & Mareleyn Schneider, Editors in Chief, with Jim Feast, Monica Uszerowica, Kenny Petricig, et al.

Published by Clayton Books LLC, New York (2012)

ISBN 10: 0985788305 ISBN 13: 9780985788308

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About this Item: Clayton Books LLC, New York, 2012. Paperback. Condition: Fine. First printing. Signed in the first volume by Clayton Patterson! First printing, 3 volume set, large trade paperbacks with glossy pictorial covers, over 1300pp total. Mint set. 500 copies printed. Essays and articles by inhabitants of the Lower East Side of New York City, divided into sections that cover the early history of Jewish presence and then moving into specifc subject matter: roots / shops, gardens and buildings / colorful characters / music, poetry, performance, dance and the arts / synagogue lifestyle / crime / theatre / film / photography / violence / education / sex, etc. The main force behind this project was Clayton Patterson (b. 1948), an artist, photographer, videographer, and chronicler who settled in the Lower East Side in the late 1970s with his artist wife, Elsa Rensaa, where he has devoted most of his energy to documenting the life, arts, people and politics of his neighborhood. He is a founding member of the NO!Art movement which includes Enrico Baj, Leon Golub, Allan Kaprow and many other well known contemporary artists. He is the subject of a lengthy article in the New York Times on April 4, 2014, 'Last Bohemian Turns Out The Lights; Clayton Patterson, Rebel and Photographer, Plans to Leave the Lower East Side for Europe" which gives a good summation of all of Patterson's activities, including his video documentation of the Tompkins Square Park rioting in 1988. Lately, his attention has turned toward a people's history of the growth of tattoo arts in NYC and a number of other art projects and exhibits. Seller Inventory # B29471

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Kathryn Kenny; black-and-white illustrations by Jim Spence

Published by New York : Golden Book (1985)

ISBN 10: 030721561X ISBN 13: 9780307215611

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About this Item: New York : Golden Book, 1985. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dustjacket. First Edition. ISBN 030721561X. Trade Paperback. No statement of later printing on copyright page. Previous owner's name on upper left corner inside front cover. Slight wear to corners and edges; slight dents on bottom edge of back cover; slight browning throughout; otherwise tight, sound and unmarked in Very Good condition. No Signature. Seller Inventory # 4206326

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CREELEY, Robert, Jonathan Williams, Charles Olson, Anselm Hollo, Ernst Robert Curtius, Reiner M. Gerhardt, Ed Roberson, David Federman, Steve Jonas, Allen Van Newkirk, George Tysh, J.D. Whitney, Bill Hutton, David Sinclair, Joe Groppuso, Jim Semark, Henry Malone, Jerry Younkins, Arnold Shulsky, D. Welsh, Marshall Rosenthal, Robin Eichele, and Kenny Schooner). SINCLAIR, John, edited by

Published by The Artists' Workshop Press, Detroit (1966)

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About this Item: The Artists' Workshop Press, Detroit, 1966. Condition: Fine. Magazine. Cover by John Dana, Charles Moore, and Stanley Cowell. Quarto. Stapled red printed wrappers. 98pp. A bit of toning to the pages, else fine. A magazine edited by Sixties poet and radical, John Sinclair, co-founder of the White Panthers Party, and one-time manager of the band MC5. This issue of the magazine was rushed into production shortly before Sinclair was to report to jail for an earlier conviction for selling marihuana to an undercover agent. His incarceration lead to a host of protests, most notably Allen Ginsberg, who rushed the stage during The Who's Woodstock performance to plead Sinclair's case, and John Lennon, who recorded the song "John Sinclair" on his album, Some Time in New York City. Among the contributors are Robert Creeley, Jonathan Williams, Charles Olson, Anselm Hollo, Ernst Robert Curtius, Reiner M. Gerhardt, Ed Roberson, David Federman, Steve Jonas, Allen Van Newkirk, George Tysh, J.D. Whitney, Bill Hutton, David Sinclair, Joe Groppuso, Jim Semark, Henry Malone, Jerry Younkins, Arnold Shulsky, D. Welsh, Marshall Rosenthal, Robin Eichele, and Kenny Schooner. Seller Inventory # 321311

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