RMABA Rocky Mountain Book and Paper Fair

 
 
 
Featured items that Bungalow Books plans to bring to RMBPF 2010.
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Bungalow Books
Mike Tuck
PO Box 369 Pueblo CO 81002
719-251-2661   
www.bungalowbooks.com
mail@bungalowbooks.com
Crime Fiction, Signed Books, Modern First Editions
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Author: Charles Bukowski
Title: If We Take
Publisher: Black Sparrow Press
Description: Inscribed by Bukowski to Beat poet Harold Norse and dated 12-27-69, one day after publication. Bukowski has added a "Buk" self-portrait to the inside front cover. "For Hal Norse, We've both been through the fire, dear friend, and there's more to come-more fire more o so much more fire, and we can only wonder if we will kill ourselves first, or they. No matter-they will never know. Yrs, Charles Bukowski." Hailed by William Carlos Williams as "the best poet of your generation", Harold Norse (1916-2009) was in the vanguard of bohemian and gay subcultures for over 50 years. While living in the Beat Hotel with Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, and William S. Burroughs, Norse helped develop the "cut-up" literary technique that Burroughs would go on to use for Naked Lunch. Harold Norse edited Penguin Modern Poets 13, which included the poetry of Philip Lamantia and Charles Bukowski, as well as Norse's own poetry. This 1969 anthology was Bukowski's first major introduction to the literary establishment. A superb association copy. Handsewn with green thread in green paper wrappers, with light spotting to the front cover. One of 350 copies. Krumhansl 31a. $2500.00

Genre/Category: Poetry/Beat Literature
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Author: Haruki Murakami
Title: Sleep
Publisher: Kat Ran Press
Description: Set by Michael and Winifred Bixler...printed...by Michael and Katherine Russem at Kat Ran Press. John Gibson's etchings were printed by Peter Pettengill and the staff of his Wingate Studio. The papers throughout were made by the staff of Twinrocker Handmade Paper under the direction of Kathryn Clark. The edition was bound and boxed by Claudia Cohen. Sixty copies have been assembled, forty-five of which are numbered 1 through 45, this being copy 39. The remaining fifteen are lettered A through O...all copies are signed by the author, translator, and artist-Colophon. Bound in full black morocco with geometric designs of gray leather onlays and blind and gold tooling; laid in a dark grey cloth-covered clamshell case. The killer book for the Murakami collector. $6,000.00

Genre: Fine Press

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