|| Bukowski Zine
|| PS 3552 .U4 Z545
|| Paper, Xerox printed and staple-bound in illustrated white wrappers. Rikki Hollywood created the fanzine, Bukowski Zine devoted to Charles Bukowski. He published the "Bukowski Scrapbook" after the poet's death in March 1994. A big part of it is a collection of Bukowski obituaries taken from various newspapers and fan tributes, along with all of the material published in Zines #1 and #2 including comics, articles, reviews and adverts; with drawings & black & white photographs throughout.
||Charles Bukowski: A Comprehensive Checklist (1946 - 1982)
|| Sole Proprietor Press
|| PS 3552 .U4 Z64
|| Paper, large format, 44 pages staple-bound in white wrappers with black type; number 102 of 200 copies, signed (by the compiler). First edition. A landmark Price-guide & Checklist chronicling 36 years of Charles Bukowski's books, chapbooks, broadsides, and important magazine contributions in chronological sequence. This is renown Bukowski collector Al Fogel's original comprehensive Bukowski checklist published in 1982 which updates Sanford Dobin's bibliography published in 1969 by Black Sparrow Press. Each entry is annotated.
||Bukowski, Charles and Al Fogel
||Catalogue 25: Under the Influence: A collection of works by Charles Bukowski ...
|| Jeffrey H. Weinberg Books
|| PS 3552 .U4 Z52
|| Catalogue 25: Under the Influence, a Collection of Works By Charles Bukowski Illustrated with Original Drawings By the Author and Photographs By Michael Montfort with a Preface By Al Fogel. Cover photograph of Bukowski resting behind a large tombstone marked BEERS. One of 300 copies, published in 1984. Later SIGNED by Al Fogel, 1/15/00 after his foreword, and again, with warm inion for Jamie Boran on back colophon. Black and white photographs by Michael Montfort. Edition limited to 300.
||Lowenfels, Walter (editor)
||The Writing on the Wall: 108 American Poems of Protest
|| Doubleday & Co.
|| PS 595 .S75 L6
|| Trade paper, 189 pages, bound in glossy, full-color illustrated wrappers, the first publication of this collection. Presents levy's "the bells of the Cherokee ponies" along with work by John Sinclair, Ezra Pound, Langston Hughes, Denise Levertov, Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, and many others.
||Bukowski in Pictures
|| Rebel Inc.
|| PS 3552 .U4 Z878
|| Hard bound in black cloth with photo-illustrated dust jacket. A large format pictorial companion volume to Howard Sounes' biography of Charles Bukowski. Approximately two hundred photographs in both color and black and white include the people in his life, the places where he lived and worked, together with extracts from letters, manus and personal documents. Linked by Sounes' biographical text.
||House of Before
|| Potes & Poets Press
|| PS 3569 .E5475 H68
|| Paper, trade edition; Born in Iowa (1947) Spencer Selby started SINK Press, in San Francisco in 1987. In 1993 he created "The List of Experimental Poetry/Art Magazines" which began as a single sheet distributed freely, and eventually evolved into a site on the web. The list remains an important source of information for innovative writers and artists around the world. Mr. Selby is also a digital artist.
||First-Person Intense Anthology
||Santa Barbara, Calif
|| Mudborn Press
|| PS 659 .F5
|| Trade paper, bound in white & grey illustrative wraps with black lettering. An anthology of short prose written in the first person by a new wave of writers, along with short biographies and photos of the contributors. Authors include Charles Bukowski, Geoffrey Cook, Morty Sklar & Holly Anderson.
||Charles Bukowski: A Comprehensive Price Guide & Check List - 1944 - 1999
|| The Sole Proprietor Press / Glenn Daniels Publishing
|| PS 3552 .U4 Z65
|| Paper, bound in black & white photo-illustrated wrappers, 1/1000 copies, this is copy number 4, SIGNED with a personal note by Fogel on the Colophon. As described in the introduction, Al Fogel was a major collector of Charles Bukowski's works and in this check list he denotes all of Bukowski's major and scarce works and ascribes values (which are sadly out of date); but the bibliographical information is priceless and valuable to any Bukowski enthusiast. The check list Includes books, chapbooks, broadsides, magazines, tabloids, recordings, artwork, bootleg and ephemera: over 1500 entries.
||Charles Bukowski: Locked in the Arms of a Crazy Life
|| Rebel, Inc.
|| PS 3552 .U4 Z88
|| Paper, large format, reviewer's copy, bound in bright canary yellow wrappers with black and grey print. An uncorrected advance proof for the U.K. edition (considered the true edition as it precedes the U.S. edition). This is the classic, and first, biography of Charles Bukowski, whose semi-autobiographical books about low-life America made him a cult figure across the globe. Extensive original research and unique contributions from friends, family and associates - including Mickey Rourke, Robert Crumb, Sean Penn, Norman Mailer and Allen Ginsberg - plus personal photographs and drawings by Bukowski himself. LAID IN: August, 1998 letter on Canongate Books Limited stationary, requesting a review when the book is published in November, 1998.
||Florida Atlantic University
||BEATS: Artists' Books / Original Works
||Boca Raton, Florida
|| S.E. Wimberly Library
|| PS 228 .B6 B4345
|| Two white paper sheets letter size, printed in black type and folded vertically, unbound. This is the catalogue list for an exhibit of books and broadsides from the Beat movement of the last century. Drawn from the Arthur and Mata Jaffe Collection and the collection of Paulette Greene, the exhibition list includes a four foot rendering of Gregory Corso's "Bomb," handwritten (in bomb shape) by the author in 1958, as well as Corso's original European notebooks. There are several letterpress limited editions and one-of-a-kind artists' books featuring works of Allen Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, and William S. Burroughs. Also listed are a number of City Lights books, paperbacks of the era, little magazines, etc
||Rare Book & Manuscript Li
||Adventures in Poetry: an exhibition
|| The Rare Book & Manuscript Library
|| PS 310 .B43 A78
|| Paper, staple-bound in bright glossy illustrated wraps. Published in an edition of 200 copies with an introduction by Cary Nelson; includes colored illustrations throughout. An exhibit at the University of Illinois, Urbana, showcasing the recently-cataloged Modern Poetry Collection in the Rare Book & Manu Library. The exhibition includes early works by Charles Bukowski, rarities by Richard Brautigan, Gary Snyder, Diane Di Prima, and many others. The Catalogue collects the various poets in somewhat geographical sections: The Persecuted Poets of Cleveland; Black Mountain: Poets & Painters; Concrete Poetry; British Poetry Revival; Beyond the Codex: Broadsides and other Interesting Formats; Northern California ; Southern California; Midwestern Small Presses; and the New York School. Also includes a selected bibliography.
||Ten Foot Rule
|| Shawn Granton
|| PN 6726 .T46 1997
|| Paper, staple-bound in white, illustrated wrappers, printed black on white. Two issues, numbers 1 and 2. Ten Foot Rule is a comic zine published by Shawn Granton of Portland, Oregon. The title is derived from a customer service "rule" that a worker should say hello to any customer who comes within ten feet. Shawn's pictoral narratives illustrate a life of bicycles, traveling, and feeling awkward, aimed at "Gen-Xers".
||Rius: del RÃƒÂ&sh
||Los Supermachos No.391
|| Editorial Posada
|| PN 6790 .M484 S8 no.391
|| Comic book in Spanish, printed in color and staple-bound in full color wrappers. Mexican cartoonist Rius (Eduardo del RiÃ‚Âo GarciÃ‚Âa), a pioneer in the world of comics, started "Los Supermachos" in 1963 as a monthly comic about a little town called Saint Scribbles. The comic was overtly political, the inhabitants mocking various injustices in Mexico. Rius's illustrations were unique, mixing high contrast photos with caricatures and commentary. Rius left the comic in 1967 but the publishing company retained legal control of Los Supermachos and continued to produce it into the late 1970s, continuing the look of the original with anonymous illustrators imitating Rius's simple, flat style & the integration of photographs in the illustrations.
||Boyd, Greg (editor)
||Asylum Annual 1993
||Santa Monica, California
|| PN 2 .A88
|| Paper, perfect bound in glossy black & white card photo- illustrated wrappers. Edited by Greg Boyd, this is the first issue of the annual, replacing the former magazine of the same name, an illustrated anthology devoted to contemporary explorations of dadaism and neo-surrealism. Includes contributions from Charles Bukowski, Rene Daumal, Russel Edson and others, with art/lit criticism, collages, and clipped graphics.
|| PS 3572 .E38 C6 manuscri
|| Paper, bound with a metal prong fastener in a red pressboard folder. Type-written manuscript draft of Cooked Zeros, hand-dated in red marker: "Summer/Fall 1969" on title page. Tom Veitch's collection of poetry later published (with the same title) by The Grape Press in a 1970 limited edition (200 copies).
||All You Can Do is Suddenly Listen / Performance Erotics
|| unpublished academic papers
|| ML 410 .C24 Z85
|| Paper, printed one-side only and side-bound in black vinyl binder. Two un-published essays: the first: All You Can Do Is Listen-Some Notes on John Cage; the second: Performative Erotics of the Text - Armand Schwerner's Fictions of the Open and the Closed. Ellen Zweig is a performance poet, writer, and media artist who explores concepts of time, place and culture. She often works with site-specific or multi-media installations.
||Annie Salem: an American Tale manu copy
|| Corrected manuscript copy
|| PS 3573 .E468 A82
|| Paper, 200 pages, printed one-side only and side-bound in black paper binder with prong steel fastener; copy of a corrected manuscript proof for Annie Salem, Wellman's second novel. Mac Wellman (b.1945) is an American playwright, author, and poet, best known for his experimental work in the theater which revolts against theatrical conventions, often abandoning such traditional elements as plot and character altogether. Wellman is the Donald I. Fine Professor of Play Writing at Brooklyn College. Wellman was awarded the 2003 Obie award for Lifetime Achievement as well as a grant from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts that same year. He is a co-founder of The Flea Theater in New York City.
|| The Folcroft Press: A Telegraph Books
|| PS 3573 .Y5 G642
|| Paper, bound in photo-illustrated white wrappers. 28 pages; black & white cover photo by Gerard Malanga. A collection of short poems in three parts. First edition. Published under the imprint :Telegraph Books, editors: Victor Bockris, Aram Saroyan, and Andrew Wylie. Accompanying ARCHIVE: Ephemera and letters, "The Electric Generation: Post -- beat, pre-punk poetry in Philadelphia & New York 1972-1977." Materials from the files of author Jeff Goldberg, founder of Contact Magazine. (BEAT: little magazine). Special Collections, Merrill-Cazier Library.
||FINISHED (a novel)
|| Red Room Books
|| PS 3552 .O247 F56
|| Paper, side staple-bound in plain pink card wrappers, approx. 4 X 4 inches; only 8 pages. Two chapters, only one page each consisting of just a few lines of text. Accompanying ARCHIVE: Ephemera and letters, "The Electric Generation: Post-beat, pre-punk poetry in Philadelphia & New York 1972-1977." Materials from the files of author Jeff Goldberg, founder of Contact Magazine. (BEAT: little magazine). Special Collections, Merrill-Cazier Library.
|| The Folcroft Press: A Telegraph Book
|| PS 3552 .O247 I534
|| Paper, staple-bound white wrappers with a black & white cover photograph of the author by Aram Saroyan. First edition of these very brief poems, an early work by Bockris. 26 pgs. plus ads. Accompanying ARCHIVE: Ephemera and letters, "The Electric Generation: Post-beat, pre-punk poetry in Philadelphia & New York 1972-1977" Materials from the files of author Jeff Goldberg, founder of Contact Magazine. (BEAT: little magazine). Special Collections, Merrill-Cazier Library.
||The Alphabet Book
|| Dynamic Books
|| PS 3552 .0247 A625
|| Paper, bound in black printed white wrappers printed with repeated title. A collection of short poems - beginning with a letter of the alphabet -- from A to Z. An uncommon book. Accompanying ARCHIVE: Ephemera and letters, "The Electric Generation: Post-beat, pre-punk poetry in Philadelphia & New York 1972-1977. Materials from the files of author Jeff Goldberg, founder of Contact Magazine. (BEAT: little magazine). Special Collections, Merrill-Cazier Library.
||Black Ace Book 3
|| Black Ace / Temple of Man
|| PS 536.2 .B53
|| Paper, perfect bound in black illustrated white wrappers featuring an Ace of Spades on the front and a list of the contributors on the back cover; Black textured endpapers. Edition limited to 100 copies. 112 pgs; first edition. A poetry anthology with work by Charles Bukowski, John Thomas, Charles Foster, Stuart Z. Perkoff, James Ryan Morris, Jack Micheline, Saul White, et al.
||Three by Bukowski
|| Black Sparrow Press
|| PS 3552 .U4 T57
|| Paper, staple bound in cream textured paper wrappers with turquoise and plum abstract design printed on cover with title. 7 inches x 10 3/8 in., pp. with publication statement on the outer back turquoise flyleaves. Prints three poems: Returning to an Old Love; The Kenyon Review and Other Matters; A Moment.
||Elms Lesters Celebrates Charles Bukowski 12-24 August 1996
|| Elms Lesters Painting Room
|| PS 3552 .U4 Z563
|| Paper, 22 pages bound in compact format (approx. 4.5 x 6.5 inches) photo-illustrated wrappers. Charles Bukowski EXHIBITION CATALOGUE of a London show featuring poems and photos (in color or black & white). Curated by Paul Jones and Fiona McKinnon, designed by Blue Source, and published by Elms Lesters on the occasion of this historic multi-media exhibition. Includes extracts from a Bukowski interview with the actor Sean Penn, a previously unpublished poem, and 29 previously unpublished images (portraits and artifacts), including photographs by Linda Lee Bukowski, Michael Montfort and Giorgio Moroder.