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Dickerson, George (editor)

Published by Rattapallax Press, USA (1999)

ISBN 10: 1892494051 ISBN 13: 9781892494054

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About this Item: Rattapallax Press, USA, 1999. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. First Edition Used. In pictorial wraps, 8vo, 124pp. Comes with CD as issued. Includes contributions by: Robert Dunn, Phillip Corwin, Jack Greene, Charles Hewins, Henri Lurie, Stuart Roberts, Micheal T. Young, Alexis Winter, et al. Seller Inventory # 0773946

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ISBN 10: 1892494140 ISBN 13: 9781892494146

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About this Item: Rattapallax Press, USA, 1999. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. First Edition Used. In pictorial wraps, 8vo, 124pp. Comes with CD as issued. Includes contributions by: Jack Greene, Ron Price, Joel Batchelor, Bill Kushner, Michael Graves, David O. Born, Phillip Corwin, Eric Yost, et al. Seller Inventory # 0773947

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Jonathan Santlofer

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ISBN 10: 1522692320 ISBN 13: 9781522692324

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About this Item: Audible Studios on Brilliance, 2016. CD-Audio. Condition: New. Unabridged. Language: English . Brand New. Featuring brand-new stories, poems, prose, and graphics by: Lee Child, Joyce Carol Oates, Linda Yablonsky, Jonathan Santlofer, Abraham Rodriguez, Dean Haspiel, Maggie Estep, Bob Holman, Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan, Amanda Stern, Jan Heller Levi, Josh Gilbert, Edward M. Gmez, Raymond Mungo, Rachel Shteir, Philip Spitzer, and Thad Ziolkowski. From the introduction by Jonathan Santlofer: Like film, literature has been no stranger to marijuana and hashish, going back to Charles Baudelaire s 1860 Artificial Paradises, in which the French poet not only describes the effects of hashish but postulates it could be an aid in creating an ideal world. The pleasures, pains, and complexities of marijuana are more than hinted at in works by William S. Burroughs, Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, Henry Miller, Hunter S. Thompson, and Thomas Pynchon, to name just a few, and I hope this anthology will add to that legacy and keep the flame of pot literature burning bright. This diverse group of writers, poets, and artists makes it clear that there is no one point of view here. Each of them approaches the idea of marijuana with the sharp eye of an observer, anthropologist, and artist, and expands upon it. Some writing projects are difficult; this one was smooth and mellow and a continual pleasure. I hope you will sit back, relax, and enjoy these wide-ranging tales of the most debated and discussed drug of our time. Though, according to former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, That is not a drug, it s a leaf. The full list of narrators includes: Scott Brick, Jonathan Santlofer, Elizabeth Evans, Oliver Wyman, Allyson Johnson, Karen White, Kevin Free, Joe Barrett, Christina Delaine, David Ledoux, Johnny Heller, Scott Aiello, Dick Hill, Erin Moon, and Jennifer Van Dyck. Seller Inventory # BRI9781522692324

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Published by Akashic Books,U.S., United States (2013)

ISBN 10: 1617751634 ISBN 13: 9781617751639

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About this Item: Akashic Books,U.S., United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. The dramatic stakes may be higher with speed, cocaine, and certainly heroin, but these stories hit the mark. --Publishers Weekly Joyce Carol Oates is in a rare class of her own, but she s just of the right age to have experienced the 60s and its many forms of annihilating reality. So, too, are some of the other contributors to this collection, including Lee Child and the always enjoyable Raymond Mungo, who has traveled far, from the Haight of yore to the medicinal marijuana boutiques of today. --Kirkus Reviews If you are a fence-sitter on the passionately contested pros and cons of marijuana use, after reading this terrific collection you will find yourself falling off and landing on one side of the hothouse argument. Which side? That is for the reader to decide.Akashic Books is to be commended for bringing this eye-opening series to a wider audience. Fresh and informative The Marijuana Chronicles is a gem. Highly recommended. --New York Journal of Books This is a book that deserves an eye-level spot on every toker s book shelf-as well as a thoroughly stoned romp from intro to finale. --High Times Pick up this hash-filled assortment, puff on any one of these killer buds and feel a different literary high each time. Marijuana Chronicles is meant to be savored one long drag at a time, allowing the flavor-filled pieces to slowly take over the mind, engulfing it fully. --Criminal Class Press The pieces and authors represent a breadth of perspectives that goes far beyond typical stoner fare. --The Beachside Resident The stories are astonishingly cerebral, and they are certain to make the rationalizations of even the most staunch supporters or opposers a bit hazy. --San Francisco Book Review/Sacramento Book Review The Marijuana Chronicles, it has to be said, is a hopped-up little anthology that really smokes--there s really no better way to put it. --Solares Hill (Sunday supplement to The Key West Citizen) The Marijuana Chronicles.is the strongest, most diverse and entertaining collection of the series to date.highly (no pun intended) recommended, even for those who never inhale. --Bookgasm Featuring brand-new stories, poems, prose, and graphics by: Lee Child, Joyce Carol Oates, Linda Yablonsky, Jonathan Santlofer, Abraham Rodriguez, Dean Haspiel, Maggie Estep, Bob Holman, Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan, Amanda Stern, Jan Heller Levi, Josh Gilbert, Edward M. Gomez, Raymond Mungo, Rachel Shteir, Philip Spitzer, and Thad Ziolkowski. FROM THE INTRODUCTION by Jonathan Santlofer: Like film, literature has been no stranger to marijuana and hashish, going back to Charles Baudelaire s 1860 Artificial Paradises, in which the French poet not only describes the effects of hashish but postulates it could be an aid in creating an ideal world. The pleasures, pains, and complexities of marijuana are more than hinted at in works by William S. Burroughs, Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, Henry Miller, Hunter S. Thompson, and Thomas Pynchon, to name just a few, and I hope this anthology will add to that legacy and keep the flame of pot literature burning bright . . . This diverse group of writers, poets, and artists makes it clear that there is no one point of view here. Each of them approaches the idea of marijuana with the sharp eye of an observer, anthropologist, and artist, and expands upon it. Some writing projects are difficult; this one was smooth and mellow and a continual pleasure . . . I hope you will sit back, relax, and enjoy these wide-ranging tales of the most debated and discussed drug of our time. Though, according to former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, That is not a drug, it s a leaf. Seller Inventory # BTE9781617751639

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Jonathan Santlofer

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About this Item: Audible Studios on Brilliance, 2016. CD-Audio. Condition: New. Unabridged. Language: English . Brand New. Featuring brand-new stories, poems, prose, and graphics by: Lee Child, Joyce Carol Oates, Linda Yablonsky, Jonathan Santlofer, Abraham Rodriguez, Dean Haspiel, Maggie Estep, Bob Holman, Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan, Amanda Stern, Jan Heller Levi, Josh Gilbert, Edward M. Gmez, Raymond Mungo, Rachel Shteir, Philip Spitzer, and Thad Ziolkowski. From the introduction by Jonathan Santlofer: Like film, literature has been no stranger to marijuana and hashish, going back to Charles Baudelaire s 1860 Artificial Paradises, in which the French poet not only describes the effects of hashish but postulates it could be an aid in creating an ideal world. The pleasures, pains, and complexities of marijuana are more than hinted at in works by William S. Burroughs, Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, Henry Miller, Hunter S. Thompson, and Thomas Pynchon, to name just a few, and I hope this anthology will add to that legacy and keep the flame of pot literature burning bright. This diverse group of writers, poets, and artists makes it clear that there is no one point of view here. Each of them approaches the idea of marijuana with the sharp eye of an observer, anthropologist, and artist, and expands upon it. Some writing projects are difficult; this one was smooth and mellow and a continual pleasure. I hope you will sit back, relax, and enjoy these wide-ranging tales of the most debated and discussed drug of our time. Though, according to former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, That is not a drug, it s a leaf. The full list of narrators includes: Scott Brick, Jonathan Santlofer, Elizabeth Evans, Oliver Wyman, Allyson Johnson, Karen White, Kevin Free, Joe Barrett, Christina Delaine, David Ledoux, Johnny Heller, Scott Aiello, Dick Hill, Erin Moon, and Jennifer Van Dyck. Seller Inventory # BRI9781522692324

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Published by Akashic Books,U.S., United States (2013)

ISBN 10: 1617751693 ISBN 13: 9781617751691

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About this Item: Akashic Books,U.S., United States, 2013. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. The dramatic stakes may be higher with speed, cocaine, and certainly heroin, but these stories hit the mark. --Publishers Weekly Joyce Carol Oates is in a rare class of her own, but she s just of the right age to have experienced the 60s and its many forms of annihilating reality. So, too, are some of the other contributors to this collection, including Lee Child and the always enjoyable Raymond Mungo, who has traveled far, from the Haight of yore to the medicinal marijuana boutiques of today. --Kirkus Reviews If you are a fence-sitter on the passionately contested pros and cons of marijuana use, after reading this terrific collection you will find yourself falling off and landing on one side of the hothouse argument. Which side? That is for the reader to decide.Akashic Books is to be commended for bringing this eye-opening series to a wider audience. Fresh and informative The Marijuana Chronicles is a gem. Highly recommended. --New York Journal of Books This is a book that deserves an eye-level spot on every toker s book shelf-as well as a thoroughly stoned romp from intro to finale. --High Times Pick up this hash-filled assortment, puff on any one of these killer buds and feel a different literary high each time. Marijuana Chronicles is meant to be savored one long drag at a time, allowing the flavor-filled pieces to slowly take over the mind, engulfing it fully. --Criminal Class Press The pieces and authors represent a breadth of perspectives that goes far beyond typical stoner fare. --The Beachside Resident The stories are astonishingly cerebral, and they are certain to make the rationalizations of even the most staunch supporters or opposers a bit hazy. --San Francisco Book Review/Sacramento Book Review The Marijuana Chronicles, it has to be said, is a hopped-up little anthology that really smokes--there s really no better way to put it. --Solares Hill (Sunday supplement to The Key West Citizen) The Marijuana Chronicles.is the strongest, most diverse and entertaining collection of the series to date.highly (no pun intended) recommended, even for those who never inhale. --Bookgasm Featuring brand-new stories, poems, prose, and graphics by: Lee Child, Joyce Carol Oates, Linda Yablonsky, Jonathan Santlofer, Abraham Rodriguez, Dean Haspiel, Maggie Estep, Bob Holman, Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan, Amanda Stern, Jan Heller Levi, Josh Gilbert, Edward M. Gomez, Raymond Mungo, Rachel Shteir, Philip Spitzer, and Thad Ziolkowski. FROM THE INTRODUCTION by Jonathan Santlofer: Like film, literature has been no stranger to marijuana and hashish, going back to Charles Baudelaire s 1860 Artificial Paradises, in which the French poet not only describes the effects of hashish but postulates it could be an aid in creating an ideal world. The pleasures, pains, and complexities of marijuana are more than hinted at in works by William S. Burroughs, Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, Henry Miller, Hunter S. Thompson, and Thomas Pynchon, to name just a few, and I hope this anthology will add to that legacy and keep the flame of pot literature burning bright . . . This diverse group of writers, poets, and artists makes it clear that there is no one point of view here. Each of them approaches the idea of marijuana with the sharp eye of an observer, anthropologist, and artist, and expands upon it. Some writing projects are difficult; this one was smooth and mellow and a continual pleasure . . . I hope you will sit back, relax, and enjoy these wide-ranging tales of the most debated and discussed drug of our time. Though, according to former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, That is not a drug, it s a leaf. Seller Inventory # AAC9781617751691

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Published by Akashic Books,U.S., United States (2013)

ISBN 10: 1617751693 ISBN 13: 9781617751691

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About this Item: Akashic Books,U.S., United States, 2013. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. The dramatic stakes may be higher with speed, cocaine, and certainly heroin, but these stories hit the mark. --Publishers Weekly Joyce Carol Oates is in a rare class of her own, but she s just of the right age to have experienced the 60s and its many forms of annihilating reality. So, too, are some of the other contributors to this collection, including Lee Child and the always enjoyable Raymond Mungo, who has traveled far, from the Haight of yore to the medicinal marijuana boutiques of today. --Kirkus Reviews If you are a fence-sitter on the passionately contested pros and cons of marijuana use, after reading this terrific collection you will find yourself falling off and landing on one side of the hothouse argument. Which side? That is for the reader to decide.Akashic Books is to be commended for bringing this eye-opening series to a wider audience. Fresh and informative The Marijuana Chronicles is a gem. Highly recommended. --New York Journal of Books This is a book that deserves an eye-level spot on every toker s book shelf-as well as a thoroughly stoned romp from intro to finale. --High Times Pick up this hash-filled assortment, puff on any one of these killer buds and feel a different literary high each time. Marijuana Chronicles is meant to be savored one long drag at a time, allowing the flavor-filled pieces to slowly take over the mind, engulfing it fully. --Criminal Class Press The pieces and authors represent a breadth of perspectives that goes far beyond typical stoner fare. --The Beachside Resident The stories are astonishingly cerebral, and they are certain to make the rationalizations of even the most staunch supporters or opposers a bit hazy. --San Francisco Book Review/Sacramento Book Review The Marijuana Chronicles, it has to be said, is a hopped-up little anthology that really smokes--there s really no better way to put it. --Solares Hill (Sunday supplement to The Key West Citizen) The Marijuana Chronicles.is the strongest, most diverse and entertaining collection of the series to date.highly (no pun intended) recommended, even for those who never inhale. --Bookgasm Featuring brand-new stories, poems, prose, and graphics by: Lee Child, Joyce Carol Oates, Linda Yablonsky, Jonathan Santlofer, Abraham Rodriguez, Dean Haspiel, Maggie Estep, Bob Holman, Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan, Amanda Stern, Jan Heller Levi, Josh Gilbert, Edward M. Gomez, Raymond Mungo, Rachel Shteir, Philip Spitzer, and Thad Ziolkowski. FROM THE INTRODUCTION by Jonathan Santlofer: Like film, literature has been no stranger to marijuana and hashish, going back to Charles Baudelaire s 1860 Artificial Paradises, in which the French poet not only describes the effects of hashish but postulates it could be an aid in creating an ideal world. The pleasures, pains, and complexities of marijuana are more than hinted at in works by William S. Burroughs, Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, Henry Miller, Hunter S. Thompson, and Thomas Pynchon, to name just a few, and I hope this anthology will add to that legacy and keep the flame of pot literature burning bright . . . This diverse group of writers, poets, and artists makes it clear that there is no one point of view here. Each of them approaches the idea of marijuana with the sharp eye of an observer, anthropologist, and artist, and expands upon it. Some writing projects are difficult; this one was smooth and mellow and a continual pleasure . . . I hope you will sit back, relax, and enjoy these wide-ranging tales of the most debated and discussed drug of our time. Though, according to former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, That is not a drug, it s a leaf. Seller Inventory # AAC9781617751691

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Published by Akashic Books,U.S., United States (2013)

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About this Item: Akashic Books,U.S., United States, 2013. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. The dramatic stakes may be higher with speed, cocaine, and certainly heroin, but these stories hit the mark. --Publishers Weekly Joyce Carol Oates is in a rare class of her own, but she s just of the right age to have experienced the 60s and its many forms of annihilating reality. So, too, are some of the other contributors to this collection, including Lee Child and the always enjoyable Raymond Mungo, who has traveled far, from the Haight of yore to the medicinal marijuana boutiques of today. --Kirkus Reviews If you are a fence-sitter on the passionately contested pros and cons of marijuana use, after reading this terrific collection you will find yourself falling off and landing on one side of the hothouse argument. Which side? That is for the reader to decide.Akashic Books is to be commended for bringing this eye-opening series to a wider audience. Fresh and informative The Marijuana Chronicles is a gem. Highly recommended. --New York Journal of Books This is a book that deserves an eye-level spot on every toker s book shelf-as well as a thoroughly stoned romp from intro to finale. --High Times Pick up this hash-filled assortment, puff on any one of these killer buds and feel a different literary high each time. Marijuana Chronicles is meant to be savored one long drag at a time, allowing the flavor-filled pieces to slowly take over the mind, engulfing it fully. --Criminal Class Press The pieces and authors represent a breadth of perspectives that goes far beyond typical stoner fare. --The Beachside Resident The stories are astonishingly cerebral, and they are certain to make the rationalizations of even the most staunch supporters or opposers a bit hazy. --San Francisco Book Review/Sacramento Book Review The Marijuana Chronicles, it has to be said, is a hopped-up little anthology that really smokes--there s really no better way to put it. --Solares Hill (Sunday supplement to The Key West Citizen) The Marijuana Chronicles.is the strongest, most diverse and entertaining collection of the series to date.highly (no pun intended) recommended, even for those who never inhale. --Bookgasm Featuring brand-new stories, poems, prose, and graphics by: Lee Child, Joyce Carol Oates, Linda Yablonsky, Jonathan Santlofer, Abraham Rodriguez, Dean Haspiel, Maggie Estep, Bob Holman, Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan, Amanda Stern, Jan Heller Levi, Josh Gilbert, Edward M. Gomez, Raymond Mungo, Rachel Shteir, Philip Spitzer, and Thad Ziolkowski. FROM THE INTRODUCTION by Jonathan Santlofer: Like film, literature has been no stranger to marijuana and hashish, going back to Charles Baudelaire s 1860 Artificial Paradises, in which the French poet not only describes the effects of hashish but postulates it could be an aid in creating an ideal world. The pleasures, pains, and complexities of marijuana are more than hinted at in works by William S. Burroughs, Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, Henry Miller, Hunter S. Thompson, and Thomas Pynchon, to name just a few, and I hope this anthology will add to that legacy and keep the flame of pot literature burning bright . . . This diverse group of writers, poets, and artists makes it clear that there is no one point of view here. Each of them approaches the idea of marijuana with the sharp eye of an observer, anthropologist, and artist, and expands upon it. Some writing projects are difficult; this one was smooth and mellow and a continual pleasure . . . I hope you will sit back, relax, and enjoy these wide-ranging tales of the most debated and discussed drug of our time. Though, according to former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, That is not a drug, it s a leaf. Seller Inventory # BTE9781617751691

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BYE, Ambrose [compiler]

Published by The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, Boulder (2014)

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About this Item: The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, Boulder, 2014. Condition: New. First Edition. Contributions include: 1. I Am a Circle (traditional) performed by CAConradís Urchin Chorus (at the Ginsberg Library); 2. Thrill-Bob Holman; 3. Canto LXXX (by Ezra Pound) performed by Steven Taylor (voice, drum, bass); 4. I Liked Us Better performed by Amiri Baraka; 5. Night Palace performed by Joanne Kyger; 6. Bardo Corridor (by Anne Waldman) performed by Junior Burke (voice, guitar); 7. I lay with francis in the margin performed by Fred Moten; 8. from She, a Blueprint performed by Michelle Naka Pierce; 9. from Nascent performed by Orlando White; 10. Charlene performed by Eleni Sikelianos, Roger Green (guitar); 11. Some Kind of Rip in What I See performed by Edwin Torres; 12. Totenklage (by Hugo Ball) performed by Christian Bök; 13. from Kisa Alango performed by Cecilia Vicuña (voice, vibraphone); 14. Poetry and Sleep performed by Bill Berkson; 15. Zong #15 performed by M. NourbeSe Philip; 16. Somebody Call a Doctor performed by Amiri Baraka; 17. Be the Fire performed by Lenny Lesser (voice, production); 18. from Ban performed by Bhanu Kapil; 19. A Further Witness (for Anselm Hollo) performed by Jerome Rothenberg; 20. from The Arabian Nights performed by Sarah Riggs, Omar Berrada; 21. Immigration Officer performed by Josepha Conrad (voice, ukulele); 22. My Box performed by Eileen Myles; 23. Code Orange performed by Donald Guravich; 24. The Dog performed by HR Hegnauer; 25. Boomerang Suntan performed by Anne Tardos; 26. from New Organism performed by Andrea Rexilius, Toni Oswald (thumb piano), Max Davies (production); 27. The Dance of Blood performed by Victor Hernandez Cruz; 28. Section 3 of Carbon from the Alphabet performed by Ron Silliman; 29. Alabama (for Maria Ragland Davis) performed by Elizabeth Willis; 30. I Hope Iím Loud When Iím Dead performed by CAConrad; 31. This Bergamot performed by Christine Trudeau, HR Hegnauer, Max Davies (piano); 32. Hotel Fiction performed by Laird Hunt; 33. I and Am performed by Margaret Randall; 34. Gadji Beri Bimba (by Hugo Ball) performed by Christian Bok; 35. The Last House Creeley Left performed by Allison Hedge Coke; 36. Oh Eyes performed by Reed Bye; 37. These Simple Seeds (by Max Davies) performed by Steven Taylor (voice, guitar); 38. This is What Iíve Learned About Absence performed by Lisa Birman; 39. from Common Time performed by Chris Pusateri; 40. from The Story of My Accident is Ours performed by Rachel Levitsky; 41. nothing even more and another performed by Fred Moten; 42. The Nipple is the Cause performed by Anne Waldman, Max Davies (production); 43. Ich Bin Ein Jelly Donut performed by Jack Collom; 44. from More Ideal Suggestions for Mental Photography performed by Selah Saterstrom; 45. from Flood Song performed by Sherwin Bitsui; 46. Slack Key performed by Joanne Kyger; 47. Sunstroke performed by Thurston Moore (strings), Marty Ehrlich (wind) 48. Sonnet 366 performed by Tim Atkins; 49. Poem for Lisa Birman performed by Kenneth Goldsmith; 50. A Final Poem performed by Vincent Katz. Compact Disc. Seller Inventory # 05317

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J P Holman,J. P. (Jack Philip) Holman

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J. P. (Jack Philip) Holman J P Holman

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J. P. (Jack Philip) Holman J P Holman

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REMINISCENCES OF HENRY ANGELO, with Memoirs of: Angelo, Henry

Angelo, Henry

Published by Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, London (1830)

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About this Item: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, London, 1830. Hardcover. Condition: Very good+ condition. Early edition. Two volume set. Newly and expertly rebound in brown linen with leather spine labels. Extra-illustrated containing ninety 19th and 18th century engravings. The texts are clean and unmarked. Vol. I: viii, 510 pages. Vol. II: [iv], 558 pages of text including an index, followed by [ii] pages of publisher's advertisement. Title continues ".Including Numerous Original Anecdotes and Curious Traits of the Most Celebrated Characters that Have Flourished During the Last Eighty Years." The first edition was printed in 1828, and this unstated later printing was printed in 1830. The plates are each protected by a tissue guard, and are identified with a date of printing when stated: Vol. I: Henry Angelo 1828, Francis Bartolozzi 1832, Alexander Pope 1807, Henry William Paget Marquess of Anglesey, John Duke of Marlborough 1807, King George Augustus Frederick the Fourth, Mrs. Siddons, General Elliot, James Walter Earl of Verulam 1830, a small engraving of a Marquess relieving a sick or wounded soldier, another portrait, Sir William Beechey, John Jackson 1823, another portrait, Tobias Smollett 1825, Count de Grasse, Thomas Francis Prince of Carignan 1821, Sir William Chambers 1792, Mrs. Trimmer, Charles Dibdin, George Cruikshank 1883, James Asperne 1821, Mr. Angelo as Mrs. Cole, Honorable Mr. Justice Blackstone, Robert Southey, Mr. Parsons as Col. Oldboy, John Milton, Mr. Bengsley as Oakly 1808, Frederick Prince of Wales, Francis Beaumont, Peter Oliver, Dr. Swift 1807, Izaak Walton, Pedestal in the Hindoo Temple at Melchet Park, Mrs. Inchbald, Rt. Hon. Henry Fitzmaurice Pette Marquess of Lansdowne, John Moore, Oliver Goldsmith, The Unfortunate Doctor Dodd, Henry Revell Reynolds, Angelica Kauffmann 1809, Sarah Duchess of Marlborough 1807, and James Barry 1783. Vol. II: Thomas Rowlandson, Mr. Quick in the character of Spade 1802, Lord Nelson [publsihed by Bunny & Gold] 1800, Schiller, Charles Taylor, John Palmer as Don Carlos, Chevalier D'Eon, John Donellan, Mrs. Abington in Rosalind, Lord Barrymore & Captain Wathen as Scrub & Archer 1806, Mr. Heath 1796, James Perry 1818, Thomas Philip Weddell Robinson Earl de Grey, Mrs. Siddons, Sir Thomas Paisley 1800, Edward Duke of Kent & Strathheran, William Thomas Fitzgerald, John Bannister 1811, R.P. Knight, Mr. Fawcet as Jack Nightshade, Miss Farren in the character of Hermia, Louis XVI 1817, Mrs. Barry in the character of Athenais 1776, Mrs. Dickens, Miss Younge in the character of Merope 1776, Lady Hamilton, Reverend James Hackman (color), Mr. Dignum, Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, Mr. King in the character of Touchstone 1775, Rt. Hon. Alexander Hood Viscount Bridport, Captain John Harvey 1803, Lord Rawdon, Mr. Dodd as Campley, Mr. Jefferson 1804, Mr. Holman as Hippolitus, Louis XVI, Sir Thomas Lawrence, William Paley Archdeacon of Carlisle, Henry Welbore Agar Ellis Viscount Clifden 1830, Mrs. Goodall, Rt. Hon. Constantine John Phipps 1802, William Curtis, Duchess of Berri (color), Samuel Johnson, and Kosciuszko. Size: Octavo (8vo). Book. Seller Inventory # 017661

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AH Allen: Albee, Edward; Amiri

Albee, Edward; Amiri Baraka; Robert Creeley; Gregory Corso; John Giorno; Dennis Hopper; Arthur Miller; Eileen Myles; Yoko Ono etc.

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About this Item: A/C Editions, 1998. Cloth. Condition: Fine. First Edition. First and only edition of this beautifully produced tribute to Allen Ginsberg. Designed and printed by Claudia Cohen in an edition of 255; this is an unnumbered binders copy. Original glassine has torn, otherwise a fine copy in slipcase. Signed at the end on a two-page spread by all of the above, as well as Louise Bourgoise, Francesco Clemente, Nan Goldin, Claes Oldenburg, Peter Orlovsky, Nam June Paik, Richard Serra Joe Strummer, Gus Van Sant and many other contributors. Signed by Everyone. Seller Inventory # 050280

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Ginsberg, Allen

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About this Item: A/c Editions, New York, 1998. Cloth. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. Marden, Brice (illustrator). Limited. this huge tribute volume to allen ginsberg was produced to benefit the jack kerouac school of disembodied poetics. LETTERPRESS TYPOGRAPHY BY THE GRENFELL PRESS. INCLUDES RELIEF PRINTS, LITHOGRAPHS, SILKSCREENS, C-PRINTS, DUOTONES, SILVER PRINTS. OUTSTANDING QUALITY. contains works by and is signed by: brice marden, john giorno, nan goldin, robert frank, arthur miller, antoni tapies, anne waldman, francesco clemente, yoko ono, sebastian guinness, donald baechler, elizabeth murray, bob holman, dennis hopper, joe strummer, terry winters, alison van pelt, gary snyder, bernard picasso, robert wilson, sandro chia, eileen myles, philip taaffe, robert creeley, gregory corso, george condo, philip glass, john mcnaughton, louise bourgeois, peter orlovsky, gus van sant, robert lavigne, mark dagley, czeslaw milosz, rolf sachs, claes oldenburg, eugene brooks, richard serra, quincy troupe, and gordon ball. signatures of william s. burroughs, louis ginsberg and jack kerouac are stamped. nam june paik and amiri baraka did not sign.===============================================# # 53 OF ONLY 200 COPIES . SIGNED BY 41 outstanding ARTISTS POETS AND WRITERS. MAGNIFICENTLY BOUND AND SLIPCASED BY MASTER-BINDER CLAUDIA COHEN FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS BOOK OR PHOTOS, PLEASE CONTACT US. Signed by Illustrator(s). Seller Inventory # l

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