Staplebound chapbook, 11 x 8.5 inches, pp. ; printed on recto only, white printed paper covers; light wear to covers, lower cover escaped from two staples but still attached, very good overall. A collaborative, illustrated poem. Although not stated, this copy is from the library of Israel "Izzy" Young, former owner of the Folklore Center in Greenwich Village, New York.
First edition. Softcover. A mimeographed poem by Berrigan with illustrations by Brainard. A close to near fine copy in stapled wrappers with a light creasing to bottom edge of the front panel and some tanning to the edges. A very nice copy.
(No place, but NY): A Boke Press Publication, (1968). 4to, original stapled pictorial wrappers. First edition, mimeographed. Some yellowing to back cover along staples; small crease in front cover above corner. ¿The Chris is not the Chris of The Sonnets. It is Christina Gallup, the daughter of Dick and Carol Gallup, for whom Ted was babysitting when he wrote this poem. ¿ [Fischer 26].
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