First Bard edition of Kotzwinkle's early erotic novel, a set of linked contemporary tales presented as "the rare and obscene love tales told each year by the most beautiful women" of classical Greece and originally published in 1974.
First edition of this tale of an innocent Iowan adrift in Greenwich Village, easy prey for the bearded beatniks and Sapphic sculptors who teach him the delights of reefer parties, silk stockings, and physique modeling.
First edition of this lesbian-themed exploitation pulp by a pseudonymous Gordon B. Strunk, also the prolific author of men's-magazine erotica from the '50s through the '70s under the name Scott Rainey.
Inscribed first edition of this Blaxploitation pulp detective story "in the tradition of Perry Mason and Mike Hammer. But Leonard Robinson is Black, skilled in karate, and has a discipline and force all his own!"