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Delancey, Floy Winks; Iverson, William J.;

Published by California State Department of Education, Sacramanto, CA., USA (1961)

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About this Item: California State Department of Education, Sacramanto, CA., USA, 1961. Ex-Lib Copy, HC/ Fep Removed. Condition: Fair to Good; Ex-Library Copy. No Jacket. Leet, Claude; Foes, Richard; Smith, Ken (illustrator). 1st. An Ex-Library copy with commonly found markings. Textbook. Seller Inventory # 003284

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Ken D. Smith

Published by Five Star Publishing (MN) (1999)

ISBN 10: 0961799617 ISBN 13: 9780961799618

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About this Item: Five Star Publishing (MN), 1999. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0961799617

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Randisi, Robert J. (editor); Braun, Matt; Hamilton, Donald, Gorman, Ed; Smith, Troy D.; Barton, Barbara; Bzovy, Margaret; Davis, T.L.; Etter, Jim Marion; Hodgson, Ken; Kines, Pat Decker; Miller, Rod; Pelegrimas, Marcus; Van Pelt, Lori

Published by Berkley Books, New York, NY, U.S.A. (2003)

ISBN 10: 042518708X ISBN 13: 9780425187081

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About this Item: Berkley Books, New York, NY, U.S.A., 2003. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: Very Good- AUTOGRAPHED COPY. First Paperback Printing. Brief summary of content available upon request by e-mail. AUTOGRAPHED BY JIM MARION ETTER!!!. Seller Inventory # 191639

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MALANGA, Gerard, Phillip L. Allen, James Armstrong, Guy R. Beining, Steve Brown, Joseph D. Butkie, Brain Butterick, Alan Causey, Aaron Cohen, William Coyne, Louie Crew, Normand LaPorte Denis, Gavin Dillard, Vaughn Duhamel, Cliff Ellis, R. Daniel Evans, Salvatore Farinella, Thomas Michael Fisher, Stephen Grecco, Anthony Rodgers, Arnie Kantrowitz, E.A. Lacey, Charles K. Lassiter, Timothy Lennox, Don Mager, Paul Mariah, Wayne McNeill, Errol Miller, Chuck Ortleb, Harold Pickett, Frank Salamone, L. Craig Schoonmaker, Rudy Shackelford, Simon Sheppard, David Emerson Smith, Gerard Smith, John J. Soldo, Adrian Stanford, Ken Stone, Keith K. Walsh, George Whitmore, Owen Wilson, and Ian Young). BIFROST, Andrew, edited by

Published by Andrew Bifrost, New York (1974)

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About this Item: Andrew Bifrost, New York, 1974. Condition: Near Fine. Magazine. Octavo. 104-178pp. Stapled glossy wrappers. Indentation on the cover and a bit of wear at the extremities, near fine. The third issue of this gay poetry journal limited to 1000 copies with contributions from Gerard Malanga, Phillip L. Allen, James Armstrong, Guy R. Beining, Steve Brown, Joseph D. Butkie, Brian Butterick, Alan Causey, Aaron Cohen, William Coyne, Louie Crew, Normand LaPorte Denis, Gavin Dillard, Vaughn Duhamel, Cliff Ellis, R. Daniel Evans, Salvatore Farinella, Thomas Michael Fisher, Stephen Grecco, Anthony Rodgers, Arnie Kantrowitz, E.A. Lacey, Charles K. Lassiter, Timothy Lennox, Don Mager, Paul Mariah, Wayne McNeill, Errol Miller, Chuck Ortleb, Harold Pickett, Frank Salamone, L. Craig Schoonmaker, Rudy Shackelford, Simon Sheppard, David Emerson Smith, Gerard Smith, John J. Soldo, Adrian Stanford, Ken Stone, Keith K. Walsh, George Whitmore, Owen Wilson, and Ian Young. Seller Inventory # 341905

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Vernon Watkins, Anselm Hollo, Thomas Blackburn, Philip Hobsbaum, George MacBeth, Harry Guest, Alan Brownjohn, Andrzej Bursa, Robert Graves, Benjamin Britten, Anthony Howell, John Hatfield, Julian Ennis, Barry Tebb, P.C. Coltman, James Turner, Raymond Russell, Tully Potter, Frances Bellerby, J. Sharratt, G.H. Godbert, Ken Smith, Giles Gordon, Lawrence Moore, Patrick Morgan, Anthony R. Brown, Stanley Cook, Robin Fulton, C.G. Gibson, D.N. Potter, John Digby, John Carder Bush, Edward Storey, Fleur Adcock, Eddie Wainwright, Marcus Cumberlege, Lawson Trust, Cherry Philips, Wallace Nichols, Vashti Tyrrell, Leonard Clark, George Nevin, John Fairfax, Derek Parker, Eric W. White) PARKER, Derek, edited by

Published by The Poetry Review, London (1967)

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About this Item: The Poetry Review, London, 1967. Condition: Fine. Magazine. Octavo. 90pp. Printed wrappers. Rubbing else fine. Signed Anthony Howell. This issue features Vernon Watkins, Anselm Hollo, Thomas Blackburn, Philip Hobsbaum, George MacBeth, Harry Guest, Alan Brownjohn, Andrzej Bursa, Robert Graves, and Benjamin Britten. Additional contributors include John Hatfield, Julian Ennis, Barry Tebb, P.C. Coltman, James Turner, Raymond Russell, Tully Potter, Frances Bellerby, J. Sharratt, G.H. Godbert, Ken Smith, Giles Gordon, Lawrence Moore, Patrick Morgan, Anthony R. Brown, Stanley Cook, Robin Fulton, C.G. Gibson, D.N. Potter, John Digby, John Carder Bush, Edward Storey, Fleur Adcock, Eddie Wainwright, Marcus Cumberlege, Lawson Trust, Cherry Philips, Wallace Nichols, Vashti Tyrrell, Leonard Clark, George Nevin, John Fairfax, Derek Parker,and Eric W. White. Seller Inventory # 409905

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LAWLESS, Ken, Gary Groat, Peter M. Desey, Greg Kuzma, Robert Vander Molen, Walter W. Stevens, Raymond DiPalma, Sid Harriet, Paul Weinman, A. Quinn Smith, Stuart Silverman, Andrew Neiderman, B. G. Gasper-Woodford, Peter Wild, Heather Doge, James Mechem, Dobie Pasco, Bob Nystedt, Jim Reilly, Emilie Glen, Pat Bradley, Nadine MacDonald, Dugan Gilman, J.D. Salinger) GROAT,Gary, edited by

Published by Zeitgeist, Inc, (East Lansing, Michigan (1969)

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About this Item: Zeitgeist, Inc, (East Lansing, Michigan, 1969. Condition: Near Fine. Magazine. Octavo. 71pp. Stapled wrappers. Slight toning with rubbing, near fine. Features a quote from Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger, an odd occurrence as Salinger was against his work being published anywhere and by anyone else other than him. Contributors include Raymond DiPalma, Ken Lawless, Gary Groat, Peter M. Desey, Greg Kuzma, Robert Vander Molen, Walter W. Stevens, Sid Harriet, Paul Weinman, A. Quinn Smith, Stuart Silverman, Andrew Neiderman, B. G. Gasper-Woodford, Peter Wild, Heather Doge, James Mechem, Dobie Pasco, Bob Nystedt, Jim Reilly, Emilie Glen, Pat Bradley, Nadine MacDonald, and Dugan Gilman. Seller Inventory # 409058

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Smith, Ken and Nothling, F J:

Published by Unisa, Pretoria, nd (c1993), First Edition this. (1993)

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About this Item: Unisa, Pretoria, nd (c1993), First Edition this., 1993. First Edition. Fine royal 8vo hardcover, laminated pictorial boards, no dust jacket issued; xiv + 513 pages, 14 maps, bibliography, index; no inscriptions, stamps or text markings. This is revised edition of the book originally published as "Africa, North of the Limpopo, the Imperial Experience Since 1800", but with greater focus on developments in black, post-colonial Africa. Book is heavier than standard; surface shipping is as quoted, but airmail outside South Africa will require an additional charge. Seller Inventory # 35170

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Smith, Ken & Nothling, F J

Published by UNISA (1993)

ISBN 10: 0869818015 ISBN 13: 9780869818015

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About this Item: UNISA, 1993. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. 1st Edition. The boards are slightly rubbed. Internally clean and tightly bound. Seller Inventory # 433h

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Smith, Ken ; Nothling, F.J.

Published by Unisa Press (1993)

ISBN 10: 0869818015 ISBN 13: 9780869818015

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About this Item: Unisa Press, 1993. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. boards are shelf rubbed. mild tanning. light marks. well bound. very good copy.[S.K]. Seller Inventory # aoqn

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Smith, Ken : Nothling,F.J.

Published by University of South Africa (1985)

ISBN 10: 0869813234 ISBN 13: 9780869813232

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About this Item: University of South Africa, 1985. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. 1st. jacket is shelf rubbed.ownership inscriptions,pencil high-lited.mild foxing.well bound.[J.K]. Seller Inventory # 22hw

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SMITH, Ken & NOTHLING, E.J.

Published by Unisa (1985)

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About this Item: Unisa, 1985. First Edition. A fine unread copy in a fine d.w. Seller Inventory # 82782

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Butti, Ken; Perlin, John; Cowley, Malcolm; Brand, Stewart; Foley, Michael W.; Smith, J.D.; Melvoin, Judy; al, et

Published by Pointer, California, USA (1978)

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About this Item: Pointer, California, USA, 1978. Single Issue Magazine. Condition: Good. First Edition. 142 pages. Features: Solar Water Heaters in California, 1891-1930; The Ideas of Greenwich Village; Sanctuary in Cuba; Neighborhood Preservation is an ecology issue; The Hawksbill Turtle; Insulation Heresy; Wilderness Plots; Broken Circuits, Smoke and Fire; and much more. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. Seller Inventory # 651H2352

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Fantasy Advertiser / April, 1951 / Fifth: Roy Squires (editor);

Roy Squires (editor); Arthur C. Clarke, Arthur J. Cox, John Elstrom, Malcolm W. Ferguson, Paul Jordan-Smith, Russell A. Leadabrand, Willie Ley, R.W. McCarthy, Jud Marshall

Published by Roy Squires, Los Angeles (1951)

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About this Item: Roy Squires, Los Angeles, 1951. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. Stirling Macoboy, Neil Austin, Ken Brown, Morris Scott Dollens, Jack Gaughan, Roy Hunt (illustrator). 1st Edition. Los Angeles: Roy Squires, 1951. Volume 5, No. 1, the April, 1951 issue of Fantasy Advertiser. Cover by Scott Macoby; interior art by Neil Austin, Ken Brown, Morris Scott Dollens, Jack Gaughan, and Roy Hunt. Octavo, stapled wraps, 30 numbered pages. Near Fine copy, notable toning at margins, else flawless. See scan. A high grade, very sharp, undamaged example. The Fifth Anniversary Edition of the thrice-titled classic sci-fi fanzine (Fantasy Advertiser, then Science Fiction Advertiser, then Inside and Science Fiction Advertiser); essays, opinion, ads, book lists, book reviews. In this issue, the offerings are from editor Roy Squires, Clyde Beck ("Cybernetics, Science Fiction, and Survival"), Arthur C. Clarke (Space-Travel In Fact and Fiction, a reprint of a paper read to the British Interplanetary Society on April 1, 1950, this being the second installment after February's first installment, reprinted with permission of Clarke and the BIS), Arthur J. Cox (review of Henry Kuttner's Fury), John Elstrom (review of Applied Nuclear Physics), Malcolm W. Ferguson (essay, and a short review of Isaac Asimov's The Stars, Like Dust), Paul Jordan-Smith (a review of a bio of Arthur Machen), Russell A. Leadabrand (short review of Theodora DuBois' Solution T-25), Willie Ley (review of L. Sprague de Camp's Lost Continents), R.W. McCarthy (review of Arthur C. Clarke's Prelude to Space), Jud Marshall (review of Ray Bradbury's The Illustrated Man).and of course much else - all focused on science fiction, fantasy and horror, by intent, but mostly on Science Fiction by execution at this time. L-pr1. Seller Inventory # 010612

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Fantasy Advertiser / April, 1951 / 5th: Roy Squires (editor);

Roy Squires (editor); Arthur C. Clarke, Arthur J. Cox, John Elstrom, Malcolm W. Ferguson, Paul Jordan-Smith, Russell A. Leadabrand, Willie Ley, R.W. McCarthy, Jud Marshall

Published by Roy Squires, Los Angeles (1951)

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About this Item: Roy Squires, Los Angeles, 1951. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. Stirling Macoboy, Neil Austin, Ken Brown, Morris Scott Dollens, Jack Gaughan, Roy Hunt (illustrator). 1st Edition. Fine. See scans and description. Los Angeles: Roy Squires, 1951. Volume 5, No. 1, the April, 1951 issue of Fantasy Advertiser. Cover by Scott Macoby; interior art by Neil Austin, Ken Brown, Morris Scott Dollens, Jack Gaughan, and Roy Hunt. Octavo, stapled wraps, 30 numbered pages. Fine copy; no damage whatsoever, and even the expected age-toning to the paper is quite minimal - virtually non-existent at most places. See scans. The highest grade you'll see for this periodical. The Fifth Anniversary Edition of the thrice-titled classic sci-fi fanzine (Fantasy Advertiser, then Science Fiction Advertiser, then Inside and Science Fiction Advertiser); essays, opinion, ads, book lists, book reviews. In this issue, the offerings are from editor Roy Squires, Clyde Beck ("Cybernetics, Science Fiction, and Survival"), Arthur C. Clarke (Space-Travel In Fact and Fiction, a reprint of a paper read to the British Interplanetary Society on April 1, 1950, this being the second installment after February's first installment, reprinted with permission of Clarke and the BIS), Arthur J. Cox (review of Henry Kuttner's Fury), John Elstrom (review of Applied Nuclear Physics), Malcolm W. Ferguson (essay, and a short review of Isaac Asimov's The Stars, Like Dust), Paul Jordan-Smith (a review of a bio of Arthur Machen), Russell A. Leadabrand (short review of Theodora DuBois' Solution T-25), Willie Ley (review of L. Sprague de Camp's Lost Continents), R.W. McCarthy (review of Arthur C. Clarke's Prelude to Space), Jud Marshall (review of Ray Bradbury's The Illustrated Man).and of course much else - all focused on science fiction, fantasy and horror, by intent, but mostly on Science Fiction by execution at this time. LG8. Seller Inventory # 61267

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BECKETT, Samuel, Christopher Ramsden, John Fletcher, Jon Silkin, Ken Smith, W. Price Turner, J. Roger Little, and Peter Jackson) MEW, Peter, edited by

Published by Ramsden Williams Publications, Consett [County Durham] (1965)

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About this Item: Ramsden Williams Publications, Consett [County Durham], 1965. Condition: Near Fine. Magazine. Cover by Elizabeth Mew. Small quarto. 24pp. Stapled stiff glossy wraps. Wear along the spine, bumping at the spine end, and some light rubbing to the rear wrap, about near fine. A literary journal published by Durham University with the first appearance of Samuel Beckett's "Jem Higgins' Love-Letter to the Alba," an excerpt from his first novel, Dream of Fair to Middling Women, published posthumously in 1992. Federman and Fletcher 43. With additional contributions from Christopher Ramsden, John Fletcher, Jon Silkin, Ken Smith, W. Price Turner, J. Roger Little, and Peter Jackson. Seven copies in OCLC. Seller Inventory # 379547

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Ephemera: A monthly journal of mail &: Ulises Carrion (ed.),

Ulises Carrion (ed.), Aart van Barneveld, Horacio Zabala, Paulo Bruscky, Raul Marroquin, Salvador Flores, Pawel Petasz, Maurizio Nannucci, Jorge Caraballo, G.J. de Rook, Edgardo Antonio Vigo, Pauline Smith, Bob Watts, Albrecht D, Henryk Bzdok, Ko de Jonge, Al Souza, Dick Higgins, General Idea, Endre Tot, Cozette de Sharmay, Takako Saito, Hetty Huisman, Jeremy Adler, Chuck Stake, Jon Hendricks, Jean Toche, Hans Clavin, Robin Crozier, Gabor Toth, Balint Szombathy, Clemente Padin, Martha Rosler, Gunther Bruss, Peter Frank, Davi Det Hompson, G. A. Cavellini, Richard Kostelanetz, Genesis P.-Orridge, AY-O, John Furnival, Sarenco, Opal Nations, Ken Friedman, Bob Watts, Les Levine, Alison Knowles, John Baldessari,Edgardo Antonio Vigo,Beke Laszlo, E

Published by Other Books & so, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (1978)

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About this Item: Other Books & so, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1978. Condition: Near Fine. Ephemera: A monthly journal of mail & ephemeral work, edited by Ulises Carrion, Aart van Barneveld, Anna Banana and Salvador Flores.Other Books & So, Amsterdam, 1978. One of the most elegant, stylish, and essential mail art periodicals with strong links to both South American artists and Eastern European Avant Gardes. Beautiful design and layout by Carrion with variety of collage elements (but never too much as can be the case with some mail art pieces). Issue 1 (photocopy for reference purposes only): November 1977, contributors include: Judith Hoffberg (sticker to recto) Silvia Steiger, Dorothy Iannone, Gabor Toth, Dick Higgins, Raul Marroquin, Pieter Mol, Paulo Bruscky, Robrt Filliou, Horacio Zabala and others, Issue 2: December 1977, 8pp. includes Robin Crozier, G.J de Rook, Bill Mitchell, Ad Geritsen, Edgardo Antonio Vigo, Cavellini (sticker to inside page)Michael Gibbs (rubber stamp), Endre Tot, Guy Schraenen (thumb print in blue ink), Thomas Niggl, together with Raul Marroquin 'Superbman's Arrival at Agora Studios' print insert. Issue 3: January 1978, 8pp. collage element by Ulises Carrion (affixed in bag to front cover, "Fragment from the original film 'A Book', Amsterdam, 1972"), John Liggins ('cheek' print in orange ink), Pawel Petasz, Maurizio Nannucci, Jorge Caraballo, G.J. de Rook, Pauline Smith, Bob Watts, make up drawing by John Liggins and other collaged elements. 8pp. Issue 4: January (February) 1978, 8pp. includes Harvey Lord, Ulises Carrion (rubberstamp), Albrecht D, Henryk Bzdok, Ko de Jonge, Al Souza, Dick Higgins, Herman Damen, General Idea, Cozette de Sharmay, Takako Saito, Ivald Granato 'Capetas Men' (envelope containing unique drawings) and a silver foil page piece by Hetty Huisman. Issue 5: March, 1978, 10 pp, copy sealed with collage element to lower right corner with instructions to cut the journal open) includes collage element by Mehka to recto, Jeremy Adler, Chuck Stake, Jon Hendricks, Jean Toche, Gaber Toth, Anna Banana, and Hans Clavin loosely inserted page. Issue 6: April, 1978, 8pp. includes Robin Crozier collage element to recto, stapled 'Notes' attached to page 2, 2pp stapled insert by Niels Lomholt and Tom Elling, Barbara J. Hahn stickers, Edgardo Antonio Vigo flyer glued to page and contributions by Balint Szombathy, Clemente Padin, Martha Rosler, Richard Hartwell, Gunther Bruss, Horst Hahn, John Christie, Ian Tyson, Peter Frank, Davi Deti Hompson, G. A. Cavellini, Richard Kostelanetz, Genesis P-Orridge, AY-O, John Furnival, Sarenco, Opal Nations, Ken Friedman, Bob Watts, Les Levine, Alison Knowles, John Baldessari Issue 7: May, 1978, 8pp. a special issue by Ulises Carrion with green rubber stamp. Issue 8: June, 1978, 8pp. includes Piotr Rypson, Anna Banana, Al Souza (rubberstamp), Giulia Niccolai, Tom van As. 8 pp with rubber stamps and special doublespread by Pawel Petasz - 'Ephemeral Motives' (a Surreal boardgame). Issue 9: July, 1978, 8pp. includes Edgardo Antonio Vigo, Maurizio Nannucci, Chuck Stake, Leonard Fran Duch, Regina Silveira, Gabor Toth, chess with Ulises Carrion (rubberstamp) et. al. 8 pp with rubber stamps and Nervo Optico no. 10 folded document. Issue 10: August 1978, Special Langwe Jart Issue includes Bill Gaglioni (1940-2040) and Anna Banana. 8pp, silver silkscreen on black stock. Issue 11: September, 1978. Hungary Special includes Beke Laszlo, Karoly Halasz, Gabor Toth (sticker), includes stapled xeroxed sheet with Geller B Istvan contribution, Endre Tot, Gyorgy Galantai (rubberstamp), Geller B. Istvan et. al. 10 pp with colour rubber stamps and sticker. Issue 12: October 1978, 8pp. Brazil Issue with rubberstamp to recto, collage elemnent to inside, Claudio Goulart thumbprint in pink ink, Gilman E Condoso needle collage, Flavio Pons rubberstamp/collage work, Gabriel Barba 'Peace on You' collage element, and C Goulart rubbertsmap, also includes Julio Plaza, V. Barcelloz, Paulo Bruscky, Regina Silveira, Leonhard Frank Duch, Claudio Goulart, Joaquim Branco. Condition: a. Seller Inventory # 003830

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