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All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.

NY, Grove Press, (2003). A review copy. Signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. Together with a press packet with press release, tour schedule, reprints of interviews, articles and reviews, and also including the script of Mel Waggoner's interview questions (without Alexie's responses) for a radio interview on Oregon Public Broadcasting. The latter is signed by Alexie. [#912214] $100
Brooklyn, Hanging Loose, (2003). The advance reading copy of the screenplay based on Alexie's first book of stories and prose poems, which was published in 1992. Alexie also directed the film, which won a number of film festival awards, including the Jury Award at the Durango Film Festival and two Grand Jury Awards at the L.A. Outfest. The book also includes a two-page introduction by Alexie, a section of scenes that did not appear in the film, short personal pieces by a number of the actors, photographs of the production, complete film credits and an essay about Alexie's filmmaking by Brian Miller. Signed by the author. Fine in wrappers. [#912223] $100
Brooklyn, Hanging Loose Press, (1996). The uncorrected proof copy. A collection of poems and prose poems. Fine in wrappers. [#912231] $100
Boston, Beacon Press, (2003). First thus, with an introduction by Sherman Alexie. Signed by both Everett and Alexie. Only issued in wrappers; fine. [#911524] $100
Los Angeles, American Indian Studies Center, (1993). His third collection of poems and prose poems. Illustrations by Elizabeth Woody. Blurbs by Linda Hogan and Simon Ortiz. Only issued in wrappers, but in two slightly different sizes. This copy measures 7" x 10". Signed by the author. Spine-tanned, else fine. [#912197] $80
NY, Atlantic Monthly, (2000). The advance reading copy, marked "uncorrected proof" by the publisher, of this collection of stories. Signed by the author. Fine in wrappers. [#912234] $80
NY, Atlantic Monthly, (2000). The advance reading copy, marked "uncorrected proof" by the publisher, of this collection of stories. Signed by the author. Fine in wrappers. [#025276] $80
(Boise), Limberlost Press, 2005. Of a total edition of 850 copies, this is one of 750 copies in saddle-stitched wrappers. Fine. [#912176] $70
Brooklyn, Hanging Loose Press, (2000). Stories, poems, and prose poems. Signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#912204] $70
NY, Grove Press, (2003). The uncorrected proof copy. Signed by the author. Fine in wrappers. [#912215] $70
London, Secker & Warburg, (1997). The uncorrected proof copy of the British edition of his second novel. Signed by the author. Fine in wrappers. Note: number line begins with "2". [#912194] $60
NY, Atlantic Monthly Press, (1996). The advance reading copy of his second novel. Signed by the author. Fine in wrappers. [#912195] $60
NY, Atlantic Monthly Press, (1996). The advance reading copy of Alexie's second novel. Signed by the author. Fine in wrappers. [#025271] $60
Los Angeles, American Indian Studies Center, (1993). His third collection of poems and prose poems. Illustrations by Elizabeth Woody. Blurbs by Linda Hogan and Simon Ortiz. Only issued in wrappers, but in two slightly different sizes. This is a copy of the smaller issue. 6-7/8" x 9-7/8". Signed by the author. Light crown bump; near fine in wrappers. [#912199] $60
Hillsboro, Blue Heron, (1994). Alexie contributes "A Few Reservation Notes on Love and Hunger." Signed by Alexie. Fine in wrappers. [#912196] $45
NY, Atlantic Monthly Press, (1995). The advance reading copy of his first novel. Signed by the author. Slight tap to crown, still very near fine in wrappers. [#912208] $45
(Seattle), (Audio Literature), (1996). The audio book of his second novel. Three cassette tapes; reading by Alexie. Fine, in a near fine cardstock box, signed by Alexie on attached label. [#912192] $40
Inchelium, Thunderwood Productions, 1995. The soundtrack, on CD. Readings by Alexie, with songs written by Alexie and Jim Boyd, who performs them. Still shrinkwrapped, and signed by Alexie on a label on the shrinkwrap. Fine. [#912209] $40
(London), Minerva, (1996). The first British edition of his first novel. Published in paperback in the U.K. This copy is signed by the author. One small corner crease; else fine. [#912210] $40
Inchelium, Thunderwolf Productions, (1995). The soundtrack. A CD of Alexie readings and songs by singer-songwriter Jim Boyd, of the Colville tribe, all based on Alexie's novel. Signed by Alexie on the verso of the cover art. Fine. [#025269] $40
NY, Atlantic Monthly Press, (1993). The advance reading copy of his first collection of stories to be published by a major trade publisher. Winner of a special citation for the PEN/Hemingway Award as well as the winner of the 1994 Lila Wallace Reader's Digest Writers' Award. On the strength of this collection, Alexie was chosen as one of Granta magazine's 20 Best Young American Authors; he was also selected to The New Yorker 20. Stories from this collection were the basis of the film Smoke Signals, which won an award at the Sundance Festival, among many others. Signed by the author. Fine in wrappers. [#912226] $40
(NY), Harper Perennial, (1999). A later printing of the paperback reprint of this 1993 collection. Inscribed by Alexie to a literary couple, "in friendship." Fine in wrappers. A good association copy. [#027072] $40
London, Secker & Warburg, (2004). The first British edition. Fine in wrappers. [#912216] $30
NY, Grove Press, (2001). The advance reading copy of the first paperback edition of this collection of stories. Signed by the author. Fine in wrappers. [#912235] $30
(NY), (Cahners/Bowker), 1996. Contains an interview with Alexie, from about the time of the publication of Indian Killer. Fine in stapled wrappers. [#912206] $20
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