ATLANTIC AVENUE, Robert Hershon, Unicorn Press, 1970. Signed and numbered letterpress, hardcover, limited edition. Very scarce. $60.
THE SECOND PERSON, AS IN “SOMETIMES YOU FEEL AS IF,” Hettie Jones, 2006. Broadside, black ink on Strathmore cover stock, signed and numbered. $15.
ALL TOLD, Hettie Jones. Hardcover, first printing, A-Z edition. Signed by the author. $75.
VOLATILE, Kimiko Hahn. Hardcover, first printing, A-Z edition. Signed by the author. $60.
WRECKAGE, Ha Jin. Hardcover, first printing, signed and numbered 1-100 by the author. $100.
ONE STICK SONG, Sherman Alexie. Hardcover, first printing, signed and numbered 1-100 by the author. $125.
THE SUMMER OF BLACK WIDOWS, Sherman Alexie. Hardcover, first printing, signed and numbered 1-100 by the author who has also added a different line of poetry to each copy. $200.
THE BUSINESS OF FANCYDANCING, Sherman Alexie. Uncorrected page proofs of Alexie’s first book, published in 1992. Extremely rare; only 20 copies of these advance bound galleys were printed. Excellent condition. $2,700.
THE BUFFALO SEQUENCE, Mark Pawlak. Rare. 1978 paperback. Pawlak’s first collection, signed letter press first edition, published by Copper Canyon Press, with introduction by Denise Levertov. $50.
4-TELLING, Robert Hershon, Emmett Jarrett, Dick Lourie, Marge Piercy. Rare. 1970 paperback collection first published by The Crossing Press, with about 15 pages of work by each poet. $20.
HANGING LOOSE MAGAZINE, complete set to date, numbers 1-93. From the first mimeographed issue published in 1966, with loose pages in a cover envelope (the format inspired the press’s name) featuring art by Mimi Gross and poetry by Denise Levertov, John Gill and Christopher Middleton, among others. The loose-page format lasted 25 issues; the magazine has grown thicker and handsomer over the years. Please inquire for the current price.
DEALERS: A 20% discount is extended to authorized dealers.