RMABA Rocky Mountain Book and Paper Fair

 
 
 
Featured items that Bungalow Books plans to bring to RMBPF 2012.
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Bungalow Books
Mike Tuck
PO Box 369 Pueblo CO 81002
719-251-2661   
www.bungalowbooks.com
mail@bungalowbooks.com
Modern First Editions, Signed Books
Booth Number: 77

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BUKOWSKI, Charles. HAM ON RYE. Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow Press, 1982. First Printing. Copy number 258 of 350 copies numbered and signed by Bukowski. The author has added a few small drawings to the colophon. A crease to the bottom corner of one page. Minor soiling to the rear board and page edges. Legendary barfly Charles Bukowski follows the path of his alter ego Henry Chinaski through the high school years of acne and rejection, drinking his way through the Depression, and ends at the start of World War 2. Krumhansl 74d. $1,250.00

Genre: Modern Literature

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RA, Sun. THE IMMEASURABLE EQUATION. (Philadelphia): (El Saturn Records), (1985). First Edition Thus. Stapled pictorial wrappers. A book of poetry from the legendary jazz musician and bandleader. Illustrated from photographs, the text being italic and normal typescript, printed on variously colored papers. Originally self-published in Chicago in 1972. $400.00

Genre: Jazz

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WALLACE, David Foster. CLARION: WRITING AT AMHERST 1985. [Amherst]: [Amherst College}, (1985). First Printing. Spring 1985's Clarion magazine from Amherst College featuring David Foster Wallace's first published story, "Mr. Costigan in May." 8vo.; 55p.; Teal printed wrappers; Stapled; Wrappers slightly sunned. Very small stain to the front cover. First edition of Wallace's short story "Mr. Costigan in May," as published in the Amherst student publication Clarion. Wallace wrote this piece---in which he is attributed as "Dave Wallace"---during his senior year at Amherst College. The seven-page story was incorporated into his debut novel, The Broom of the System. $750.00

Genre: Modern Literature

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DELILLO, Don. COSMOPOLIS. (New York): Scribner, (2002). First Printing. Unbound manuscript in 8.5" x 11" format. Notated "Master" and dated 4/8/02 on the front page. Photocopied letter from Nan Graham of Scribner laid in. High finance, terrorism and paranoia, and various new technologies, all are targets in DeLillo's dark satire. The basis for the David Cronenberg movie starring Robert Pattinson. Provenance: Terry Warnick of Simon & Schuster. $750.00

Genre: Film

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MAUPIN, Armistead. TALES OF THE CITY (THE FIRST 6 VOLUMES). New York: Harper & Row, (1978-87). First Printings. Inscribed by Maupin. The first five books in the Tales of the City series: Tales of the City (1978), More Tales of the City (1980), Further Tales of the City (1982), Babycakes (1984), Significant Others (1987), and Sure of You (1989). All are briefly inscribed by Maupin. The first two books are paperback originals. Tales of the City is in Good condition, with curling to the corners, and staining to the inside back cover, and rear endpapers. More Tales is Very Good, with light rubbing and edgewear, with a small star shaped indentation to the front cover. The last three titles were issued simultaneously in hardcover and paperback. These are the hardcover issue, Very Good in similar jackets. Further shows only light rubbing to the corners. Babycakes has a bump to the top corner, and minor dampstaining to the page edges, with light edgewear to the dust jacket. Significant Others has light staining to the rear board. Sure of You has a sticker ghost to the free endpaper. The first four books were originally serialized in the San Francisco Chronicle, and the fifth in the San Francisco Examiner. A groundbreaking series in gay literature, and an indelible portrait of an era. $300.00

Genre: LGBT Literature


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