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Following Richard Brautigan

Following Richard Brautigan

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Following Richard Brautigan

by Mesler, Corey (author), Ruth Weiss (foreword by), Richard Brautigan (related)

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Philadelphia, PA: Plan B Press, 2006. 1st edition. Soft cover. Fine/No Jacket (as issued). Near Fine. 8vo, 20pp, stapled wrappers. Copy 58 [?] of 50 stated numbered copies. The rare first chapbook edition, containing short experimental texts, most of which explicitly address Brautigan and his work, with a brief Foreword by Ruth Weiss. Unmarked copy, light scuffing to spine.


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Following Richard Brautigan
Mesler, Corey (author), Ruth Weiss (foreword by), Richard Brautigan (related)
Soft cover
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Philadelphia, PA: Plan B Press
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Corey Messler Following Richard Brautigan Philadelophia Pennsylvania Plan B Press 2006 San Francisco Bay Area Sixties Poetry postwar Avant Garde Experimental Writing chapbook literature Counterculture Limited Edition Numbered Ruth Weiss Beat Generation Be
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A very short, cheaply produced volume, of a few leaves. Modern chapbooks...
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