RMABA Rocky Mountain Book and Paper Fair

 
 
 
Featured items that Bungalow Books plans to bring to RMBPF 2011.
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Bungalow Books
Mike Tuck
PO Box 369 Pueblo CO 81002
719-251-2661   
www.bungalowbooks.com
mail@bungalowbooks.com info@bungalowbooks.com
Modern First Editions, Crime Fiction, Signed Books,
Booth Number: 77

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GORDON, Jaimy. BOGEYWOMAN. Los Angeles: Sun & Moon Press, 1999. First Printing. Inscribed by Gordon to artist Carolee Schneeman, and dated in the month of publication. "For Carolee, a madame too beautiful on her horse if there ever was one. With love from Jaimy, 4 Oct 99." Leaning, with light soiling to the white wrappers of this paperback original. Carolee Schneeman is a pioneer of feminist performance art. Her challenges to taboo and tradition can be seen as inspiring and influencing artists as varied as Paul McCarthy, Valie Export, the Guerrilla Girls, Tracy Emin and Karen Finley. Her self-shot film Fuses (1964-1967) remains a controversial classic, and is considered to be the first feminist erotic film. Schneeman's later performance Interior Scroll (1975), in which she unrolled a text from her vagina and described the sexism and disdain women artists encounter in their careers from male colleagues and art critics, helped pioneer some of the ideas later popularized in The Vagina Monologues. The first performance of Gordon's The Rose of the West starred Schneeman, and was staged at Rosmarie and Keith Waldrop's Wastepaper Theater in Providence, R.I. A wonderful association copy. $175.00
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WOUK, Herman. THE LANGUAGE GOD TALKS. New York: Little, Brown and Company, (2010). First Printing. Signed by Wouk on the title page. Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Herman Wouk tackles calculus, the Talmud and cranky, cantankerous physicists in an examination of science and religion. $250.00
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DYER, Geoff. BUT BEAUTIFUL. London: Jonathan Cape, (1991). First Printing. Signed by Dyer. Top corners bumped. A lyrical celebration of the spirit and sound of jazz traces the history of the music through the lives and careers of eight great musicians: Lester Young, Charles Mingus, Thelonious Monk, Duke Ellington, Ben Webster, Chet Baker, Bud Powell, and Art Pepper. Winner of the Somerset Maugham Award. $150.00
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SAYLES, John. A MOMENT IN THE SUN. (San Francisco): (McSweeney’s Books), (2011). First Printing. Signed by Sayles. An Uncorrected Proof issued in two volumes. Very slight edgewear. Traces the tales of America and its events in 1897, months before the start of the Spanish American War, and follows the different lives of men at the turn of the century. $150.00

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