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BURROUGHS, William - NUTTALL, Jeff. My Own Mag: Issue 13 The Dutch Schultz Special containing the complete 'Dead Star' MS by William Burroughs.
Barnet : 1965First edition, number 286 of 500 copies, here additionally signed by William Burroughs on the first page of his story Dead Star, the typescript of which is here reproduced. The publication is highly scarce signed by Burroughs, with this example deriving from the collection of Greenwich Books owner Roger Richards.
The magazine My Own Mag was produced... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 145627
HARING, Keith - BURROUGHS, William S. The Valley.
New York : 1990First edition, first printing. Edition of 80. There were also 13 artist's proofs, 4 Hors commerce and a bon à tirer. 15 etchings signed and dated in pencil lower right by Haring, the last page of text with an etching by Haring, signed and dated in pencil lower right by Burroughs, all numbered lower left. The Valley is a chapter from Burroughs novel... Learn More£40,000.00
Stock Code: 145333
BURROUGHS, William S. Die Wilden Boys. Roman. Port of Saints. Arbeistjournal zu Die wilden Boys.
[Frankfurt] : 1980First edition in German, inscribed by William Burroughs to the illustrator S. Clay Wilson on the title page, "To Herr Clay von Wilson, viele grussen sic on a great Arbeit, von William S. Burroughs", with Wilson's own signature above and on the first blank. This copy was finely bound for Wilson by the printer, and has samples of the materials used in... Learn More£3,750.00
Stock Code: 143542
BURROUGHS, William S. Dead Fingers Talk.
London : 1963Advanced reading copy, later inscribed on the half-title "For Richard Aaron. William S. Burroughs". Aaron negotiated the sale of Burroughs' literary archive to Robert Altmann of Liechtenstein. As recounted in an interview with Eric C. Shoaf, once the sale's contracts were signed, "a button was pushed. In about ten minutes a door in the wall opened and... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 140218
BURROUGHS, William S. Prospectus for Naked Lunch.
New York : 1962First edition of the scarce prospectus for the first US edition of Naked Lunch, inscribed by Burroughs on the front cover, "For Art William Burroughs"; a key document heralding the publication of a cornerstone of Beat literature and one which provides valuable insight into its early publication history and the extent to which early criticism was informed... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 145606
BURROUGHS, William S. L'arte nagual.
Rome : 1989First edition, presentation copy to the artist David Hockney, inscribed by the author following the introduction: "To David Hockney, Light use could precipitate the Stendhal-Syndrome William S. Burroughs July 22, 1989 Naropa".
Burroughs inscribed the book on the occasion of Hockney's lecture at the Naropa Institute, titled "Art Now - A Day of... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 145612
BURROUGHS, William S. Naked Lunch.
New York : 1962First US edition, first printing. Naked Lunch was first published in book-form in Paris by the Olympia Press in 1959. It had been censored in America following the publication of extracts in the literary journals The Chicago Review (1958) and Big Table (1959). When it was finally published in full in America, after Grove Press won a key anti-censorship... Learn More£975.00
Stock Code: 131647
BURROUGHS, William S. Naked Lunch.
New York : 1962First US edition, first printing. Naked Lunch was first published in book form in Paris by Olympia Press in 1959. It had been censored in America following the publication of extracts in the literary journals the Chicago Review (1958) and Big Table (1959).
When it was finally published in full in America, after Grove Press won a key anti-censorship... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 147541
BEAT LITERATURE - KEROUAC, Jack; Allen Ginsberg; Herbert Huncke; William Burroughs; Gregory Corso; Bob Dylan; Patti Smith; et al. Hanuman Books series, complete.
Madras & New York : 1986-1992Very scarce complete set of the Hanuman Books series, including the rare Kerouac "Manhattan Sketches" which was withdrawn after complaints from the Kerouac estate. The books were handmade in India, with the small format based on Indian prayer books (Hanuman being the favoured Hindu deity of editors Raymond Foye and Francesco Clemente), and distributed... Learn More£4,500.00
Stock Code: 142477
BEILES, Sinclair; William S. Burroughs; Gregory Corso; Brion Gysin. Minutes to Go.
Paris : 1960First edition, first impression, of the first book of cut-up poems, signed on the title page by Brion Gysin. Burroughs and Gysin had met at the Beat Hotel in Paris, in October 1959, where Burroughs was first introduced to Gysin's cut-up paintings, which influenced much of his later writing. The two became lifelong friends, and collaborated on many books... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 146682
NORSE, Harold (trans.) The Roman Sonnets of G. G. Belli.
Highlands : 1960First edition, first printing, presentation copy inscribed on the front free endpaper to fellow Beat Generation poet Gerard Malanga "For Gerard, Language & Light keep us going. Love, Harold Norse. San Francisco 19/XI/72".
The inscription was penned a few months after the publication of the first issue of Norse's Bastard Angel Magazine, for which... Learn More£450.00
Stock Code: 144532
ANTIUNIVERSITY OF LONDON. Poster announcing the opening of the Antiuniversity of London.
Leicester : [c. February 1968]A striking promotional poster announcing the opening of the Antiuniversity of London on 12 February 1968 and advertising a list of its faculty members, including most of the major names in London's counter-culture: from Alexander Trocchi and Jeff Nuttall to the black liberationists Obi Egbuna and Calvin Hernton, feminist psychoanalyst Juliet Mitchell,... Learn More£3,750.00
Stock Code: 132164
WALDMAN, Anne. Giant Night.
New York : 1970First edition, signed limited issue, number 39 of 50 copies, numbered and signed by the author. Giant Night was Waldman's third poetry collection. The total edition comprised 3,000 copies, of which 2,000 were issued in wrappers and 1,000 in cloth.
Anne Waldman (b.1945) is an American writer, experimental poet, and lecturer connected to the Beat... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 145792
COHEN, Ira (ed.) Gnaoua.
Tangier : 1964First and only issue of this legendary literary magazine, and an exceptionally vivid copy.
Gnaoua was edited and published by the poet, photographer, and filmmaker Ira Cohen. Reflecting the expatriate Beat community in Tangier to which Cohen had moved three years prior, Gnaoua features contributions from William Burroughs, Ian Sommerville, Brion... Learn More£2,250.00
Stock Code: 144603