[Asheville, NC]: North Carolina Writers' Network, 1987. 36pp. Stiff wrapper. First edition, ordinary issue (one of 450 copies, of 500) of the poet's first book. Inscribed and signed by the author (first name only). Fine.
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Vienna & New York: Springer - Verlag, . xxv,,293pp. Small folio (34 x 21.5 cm). Cloth, paper spine label. First edition, edited by Michael Nedo. Introductory text in parallel German / English. A very good to near fine copy in dust jacket.
Vienna & New York: Springer - Verlag, . xix,,196pp. Small folio (33 x 21.5 cm). Cloth, paper spine label. Receipt date stamped on free endsheet, publication date, price and info in ink on title-page, ink number in extreme upper forecorner of front board, but a good copy in modestly worn...
Vienna & New York: Springer - Verlag, . 148pp. Small folio (33 x 21.5 cm). Pictorial wrapper over stiff wrapper. Faint hand-smudges to wrappers, otherwise near fine. First edition. Text in parallel German / English. The fascinating introduction to the edition of Wittgenstein's manuscript, edited by Michael Nedo. This volume...
Winston-Salem: Drummer Press, . Stiff pictorial wrappers. First edition of the poet's first book, inscribed and signed "with love and appreciation" to another poet in 1976. Wrapper a bit rubbed at edges, small sticker residue on rear wrapper; very good.
New York: Cape Goliard / Grossman, . Large octavo. Stiff pictorial wrapper by Kitaj. First US trade issue (printed in the UK), wrapper bound issue. Includes a new 'Note for the Present Edition.' Lower wrapper lightly rubbed, very good, internally fine.
Herrin, IL: Trovillion Private Press, . 12mo. Decorated boards, paper label. Frontis and photograph. Spine ends a bit chipped, edges sunned, but a good copy in chipped glassine. One of 490 numbered copies, signed by the printers. Includes a bibliographical checklist to date.
New York: Saturday Review / Dutton, 1974. Ring bound printed wrappers. Label shadow across lower wrapper edges, otherwise near fine. Uncorrected page proofs of the first edition of the author's second novel, in its revised form one of the constituent elements of SWEET ADVERSITY. Uncommon.
New York & Amsterdam: Theo, 1978. Oblong 16mo. Pictorial wrappers. Illustrations by Corina Teunissen van Manen. First edition (500 copies printed). Spine sunned, textblock slightly cocked in awkward perfect binding; otherwise a good copy.
New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, . Quarto. Cloth. Illustrated with photographs. Preface by Simone de Beauvoir. First (US) edition. Edges of binding considerably dust- speckled, but a good, if musty, copy, in price-clipped, dust soiled jacket.
London: Agenda, Spring 1979. XVII:1. Stiff pictorial wrappers. Fine. Chiefly essays about Hill's work, topped off with other contributors.
[New York]: New Directions, . Gilt lettered cloth. First edition. Very minor dust speckling to top and fore-edges, else about fine in like dust jacket.
Cherry Valley, NY: Cherry Valley Editions, 1978. Printed wrappers. First (trade) edition. A fine copy.
Stormfield, Redding, CT. 7 June 1909. Two pages, in ink, on two panels of a folded oblong quarto sheet of letterhead. Ca. 125+ words. Folded for mailing, tanned from having been at some point framed, a few faint smudges, small chip at lower edge affecting one letter (chip still present)...
[London: Faber & Gwyer, Ltd., 1927]. Sewn pictorial wrappers. First edition, trade issue. Ariel Poem 3. Drawings by Barnett Freedman. Fine.
[Koblenz: Mittelrhein Museum, 1972]. xxiv,111pp. Small quarto. Pictorial stiff wrapper. 101 plates. A substantial exhibition catalogue. Toe of spine bruised and slightly chipped, but otherwise very good.
New York: McDowell, Obolensky, . Cloth. Moderate amount of the almost inevitable rubbing to the spine label, a trace of tanning to the endsheet gutters, buyt a very good to near fine copy, in slightly darkened slipcase with a small rustmark on the lower edge, and with the the matching...
Norfolk: New Directions, . Large octavo. Blue cloth, lettered in gilt, t.e.g., others rough trimmed. Some light rubbing and fading along the lower edges of the covers, endsheets a bit darkened at the gutters and in areas at the toe of the gutters, otherwise a very good copy, without the.....
[Canoga Park, Los Angeles, CA, and elsewhere]. 20 July through 30 November 1947. 29 leaves, typed on rectos only, plus 2 leaf supplementary item. Quarto. Very densely typed, single-spaced, with minimal typescript corrections or deletions. Bradbound in plain term paper binder, with pencil initials on upper wrapper. Frank Nugent (1908-1965)...
London: Macmillan and Co., 1880. Two volumes. Large, thick octavos. Original navy blue cloth, elaborately stamped in gilt after a pictorial design by Rossetti. Portraits, plates and illustrations. Two bookplates in each volume, otherwise a fine, bright, partially unopened set, in the rare pictorial dust wrappers, that for volume one...
[Monmouth, OR]: Adiennne Lee Press, . Stiff pictorial wrapper. Illustrations by Barbara Stafford-Wilson. First edition, ordinary issue. Signed by the author on the half-title. Fine.
Baton Rouge & London: LSU Press, . Large octavo. Cloth. First edition. Publisher's review slip laid in. Top edge lightly dust speckled, otherwise about fine in dust jacket.
Boston: Little, Brown / Atlantic Monthly, . Glossy pictorial boards. First edition, third collection of verse. Typical shelf edgewear to boards, but very good in lightly edgeworn dust jacket.
[Basel]: Privatdruck [by Rhein-Verlag], 1927. Three volumes. Thick octavo. Quarter brown morocco and decorated boards, raised bands, gilt labels, t.e.g. Crown of spine of volume III chipped away, with loss extending to top edge of title label and crease to top edges of a few center leaves near headband; surface.....
New York: Scribner, 1888. Plum cloth, ruled in red, spine lettered in gilt. First edition, first printing. 1889 gift inscription on free endsheet and later private name stamp above, otherwise very good or better.