First edition of this sleaze exposé of polygamous Mormon prophet Jesse James Strang, his beautiful cross-dressing wife Elvira, and his leadership of the Strangites as Revelator and King of Michigan's Beaver Island.
Inscribed first printing of this oral history following the life of the late, great Stephen Sondheim, reflecting on his work from his first high school production to the state of Broadway and his career in the 1970s.
First printing of Perelman's fourth book, a sparkling collection of twenty-four comic sketches including "The Future of Vertigo," a glimpse into the delirium that was Diana Vreeland's Harper's Bazaar, and "Yoo-Hoo, Mr. Ectoplasm," on the delights of the Psychic Stores catalogue.
First edition of these travel writings by the father of American landscape architecture, with his impressions of England's inns, interiors, pastries, ports, prostitutes, and public gardens, with particular attention to Birkinhead Park, which impressed him greatly.
By Tony Hillerman and Ernie Bulow, illustrated by Ernest Franklin
Signed limited first edition of this intimate reflection on Tony Hillerman's life and writing in the form of an interview with historian Ernie Bulow, featuring illustrations by Navajo artist Ernest Franklin.