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CRUDDY: An Illustrated Novel.
Illustrated novel from the acclaimed artist., the proported diary of a troubled sixteen-year-old.
SECRETS, GOSSIP & SLANDER
Published by Ishmael Reed's publishing company, SECRETS caused something of a literary scandal at the time as this academic novel (in the tradition of Randall Jarrell's NOTES FROM AN INSTITUTION) was only vaguely disguised as fiction.
THE LONG GOODBYE
First US edition (UK edition precedes slightly) of this classic Philip Marlow, Edgar Award-winning noir — which Chandler himself considered his best.
THE BIG EASY
Uncorrected proofs for THE BIG EASY by James Conaway, which the author claims is the first appearance in print of New Orleans' now-famed moniker. Adapted for the screen in 1987.
AFTER LAZARUS: A Filmscript
Signed limited first edition. Beautifully bound edition of Coover's short story.
HAIR O' THE CHINE: A Documentary Film Script
Signed limited first edition with illustrations by Robin McDonald.
THE ORIGIN OF THE BRUNISTS
Coover's first book, the story of an apocalyptic religious cult forming in the aftermath of a coal mining disaster. Winner of the 1967 William Faulkner Foundation Award for best first novel.
SPANKING THE MAID
Lavishly bound special printing of Coover's erotic novella, with art by Erica "Rikki" Ducornet.
CHARLIE IN THE HOUSE OF RUE
Signed limited edition, a previously unpublished Coover novella, Penmaen Fiction Series One / Number One. Woodblock illustration by Jerome Kaplan.
CHARLIE IN THE HOUSE OF RUE
Limited trade edition of this reviously unpublished Coover novella, Penmaen Fiction Series One / Number One. Cover illustration by Jerome Kaplan.
Short work from Fielding with a warm inscription to the noted DC poet and Irish musician Terence Winch. From an edition of 350.
THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD: A Transformation
Short work from the Black Mountain writer, inscribed to not DC poet and Irish musician Terence Winch.
KRAZY KAT & 76 MORE: Collected Stories 1950-1976
Collection of short stories by the noted Black Mountain College alumnus.
One of Dawson's earliest Black Sparrow titles, a work which he began writing in 1957.
THE SUN RISES INTO THE SKY AND OTHER STORIES 1952-1966
First paperback edition simultaneous with hardcover. A beautifully produced Black Sparrow edition of stories by Dawson.
The March: A Novel
First edition/printing of this PEN/Faulkner Award and National Book Critics Circle Award winning novel of the Civil War.
THE MALADY OF DEATH
Scarce uncorrected proof of the first Grove Press edition, originally published in French in 1982. Translated by Barbara Bray.
THE MAKING OF ASHENDEN
"This is the story of Brewster Ashenden, gentleman, who was at one time the world's most eligible bachelor." Covent Garden Stories Number Three, edited by Ronald Hayden.
UNCOLLECTED STORIES OF WILLIAM FAULKNER
True first edition of this posthumous Faulkner collection.
LORD OF MISRULE
True first edition / printing (with full number line and proper endpapers) of this surprise National Book Award winner.
Handsome copy of this first edition, and a remarkable association between two important figures of postmodern American fiction.