One of the rarest of all Burroughs publications, this edition of Junkie is the first separate publication of the novel.
These three issues of the legendary art and poetry journal are part of nine total issues published by artist Wallace Berman between 1955 and 1964. Today very rare collector’s items, they were printed in extremely small runs, distributed to only a handful of Berman’s friends and collaborators, and contain work by some of the most important artists and poets of the time. With this acquisition, Special Collections now holds six of the nine issues.
While living with his family in Milford, Del., the underground comic artist R. Crumb produced four issues of this cheaply printed, short-lived comic with his brother Charles. All issues of Foo! are considered great rarities, and this copy of issue number one is a unique addition to the Delaware Collection.
This collection of poems is one of the earliest books from a leading figure in the Renaissance of Native American poetry since the 1960s.
One of the great rarities in twentieth century American literature, Near Klamath is the first published book by this accomplished American author.
Yusef Komunyakaa’s sonnet sequence is published here in its entirety for the first time. The twenty-five poems are printed letterpress by the fine press printer Robin Price.