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Auction archive: Lot number 12

Collection of Beat related books and ephemera, including titles signed by Gregory Corso and Philip Lamantia

Estimate
US$200 - US$300
Price realised:
US$192
Auction archive: Lot number 12

Collection of Beat related books and ephemera, including titles signed by Gregory Corso and Philip Lamantia

Estimate
US$200 - US$300
Price realised:
US$192
Beschreibung:

Title: Collection of Beat related books and ephemera, including titles signed by Gregory Corso and Philip Lamantia Author: Place: Various places Publisher: Date: Various dates Description: 10 items. Various pieces of Beat related ephemera, including a scarce copy of Shig's Review published upon the death of Bob Kaufman, and volumes by Gregory Corso and Philip Lamantia inscribed to Nathan May, editor of Beatitude Magazine No. 32. Provenance: Nathan May Includes: Corso, Gregory. Herald of the Autochthonic Spirit. Illustrated wrappers. Signed by Corso on the half-title to Nathan [May], dated 1981. New York: New Directions, 1981. Corso, Gregory. Poesie. 223 pp. (12mo), illustrated wrappers. Text in Italian. [Milan: Tascabali Bompiani, 1976]. Corso, Gregory. Photocopied page of a letter of Corso's which appeared In Genesis West, summer, 1963, responding to an earlier statement by poet Jack Gilbert. With holographic notes of explanation at the bottom of the page in Corso's hand. [n.d.] [Corso, Gregory]. Corso's personal copy of WET Magazine, Nov. 1980, featuring an interview with Corso on pp. 50-53. The magazine is not signed by Corso. Venice, CA: WET enterprises, 1980. [Corso, Gregory]. Lichtspuren No. 3.Illustrated wrappers. German magazine featuring work by numerous Beats, including Corso, Kerouac, Lenore Kandel, Wanda Coleman and many others. Signed by Gergory Corso at the top of p. 2. [Bern: Bernhard Streit, 1981]. Hirschman, Jack. Streetpravada. Single sheet, computer print out of final draft of typed poem, with a few notations in pen by Hirschman, and his signature at the bottom. The poem appeared in Beatitude Magazine #32. [1982].. Lamantia, Philip. Touch of the Marvelous. Illustrated wrappers. Inscribed by Lamantia on the front flyleaf: "For Nathan May, surrealist regards, Philip Lamantia." Bolinas: Four Seasons Foundation, 1974. Shig's Revew No. 33. Illustrated from photographs. [5] photocopied sheets, printed on recto only, stapled at top corner. Special issue of Shig's irregular newsletter, dealing with the death of legendary North Beach poet Bob Kaufman, including obituaries from local papers and a photocopy of a handwritten poem by Jack Hirschman. Shigeyoshi Murao, known as "Shig," was the manager of the City Lights Bookstore from 1957 through the mid-seventies. "Shig's Review," his irreverent and irregular newsletter, began appearing in the 1960's and continued through the late 1980s. Some wear and creasing; about very good. Scarce. San Francisco: Shigspeer Press, 1986. Walden, Tisa. A fine Myth. Single folded sheet with a single poem. Signed by the author on first page beneath her name. No. 101 of 100 copies. Alexandria, VA: Deep Forest Press, 1984. Pastel and colored marker drawing for Beatitude magazine, artist unknown. 26x12 cm (10½x5"). [mid 1980's]. Lot Amendments Condition: Varying amounts of general wear; all items very good. Item number: 283252

Auction archive: Lot number 12
Auction:
Datum:
27 Jul 2017
Auction house:
PBA Galleries
1233 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
United States
[email protected]
+1 (0)415 9892665
+1 (0)415 9891664
Beschreibung:

Title: Collection of Beat related books and ephemera, including titles signed by Gregory Corso and Philip Lamantia Author: Place: Various places Publisher: Date: Various dates Description: 10 items. Various pieces of Beat related ephemera, including a scarce copy of Shig's Review published upon the death of Bob Kaufman, and volumes by Gregory Corso and Philip Lamantia inscribed to Nathan May, editor of Beatitude Magazine No. 32. Provenance: Nathan May Includes: Corso, Gregory. Herald of the Autochthonic Spirit. Illustrated wrappers. Signed by Corso on the half-title to Nathan [May], dated 1981. New York: New Directions, 1981. Corso, Gregory. Poesie. 223 pp. (12mo), illustrated wrappers. Text in Italian. [Milan: Tascabali Bompiani, 1976]. Corso, Gregory. Photocopied page of a letter of Corso's which appeared In Genesis West, summer, 1963, responding to an earlier statement by poet Jack Gilbert. With holographic notes of explanation at the bottom of the page in Corso's hand. [n.d.] [Corso, Gregory]. Corso's personal copy of WET Magazine, Nov. 1980, featuring an interview with Corso on pp. 50-53. The magazine is not signed by Corso. Venice, CA: WET enterprises, 1980. [Corso, Gregory]. Lichtspuren No. 3.Illustrated wrappers. German magazine featuring work by numerous Beats, including Corso, Kerouac, Lenore Kandel, Wanda Coleman and many others. Signed by Gergory Corso at the top of p. 2. [Bern: Bernhard Streit, 1981]. Hirschman, Jack. Streetpravada. Single sheet, computer print out of final draft of typed poem, with a few notations in pen by Hirschman, and his signature at the bottom. The poem appeared in Beatitude Magazine #32. [1982].. Lamantia, Philip. Touch of the Marvelous. Illustrated wrappers. Inscribed by Lamantia on the front flyleaf: "For Nathan May, surrealist regards, Philip Lamantia." Bolinas: Four Seasons Foundation, 1974. Shig's Revew No. 33. Illustrated from photographs. [5] photocopied sheets, printed on recto only, stapled at top corner. Special issue of Shig's irregular newsletter, dealing with the death of legendary North Beach poet Bob Kaufman, including obituaries from local papers and a photocopy of a handwritten poem by Jack Hirschman. Shigeyoshi Murao, known as "Shig," was the manager of the City Lights Bookstore from 1957 through the mid-seventies. "Shig's Review," his irreverent and irregular newsletter, began appearing in the 1960's and continued through the late 1980s. Some wear and creasing; about very good. Scarce. San Francisco: Shigspeer Press, 1986. Walden, Tisa. A fine Myth. Single folded sheet with a single poem. Signed by the author on first page beneath her name. No. 101 of 100 copies. Alexandria, VA: Deep Forest Press, 1984. Pastel and colored marker drawing for Beatitude magazine, artist unknown. 26x12 cm (10½x5"). [mid 1980's]. Lot Amendments Condition: Varying amounts of general wear; all items very good. Item number: 283252

Auction archive: Lot number 12
Auction:
Datum:
27 Jul 2017
Auction house:
PBA Galleries
1233 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
United States
[email protected]
+1 (0)415 9892665
+1 (0)415 9891664
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